Milk's latest track shows off their more tender side. Their first EP Contact announced that Milk was here, and “At The Bottom Of The Lake” straddles the line of showing that they have the staying power they need.
Offered a preview of some items the festival has on the road with it, we threw a couple of queries at Found Footage Fest's Nick Prueher about why he’s bringing this particular junk to our city …
If WF&S is a success, Jarboe intends to plan many more events in the future that will bring together like-minded people in a safe and inclusive space.
The next time you hear someone blame a conspicuous gender imbalance in a given field on a lack of "qualified female applicants," hold that dude’s feet to the fire and point him to Etheria Film Night, a celebration of women’s contributions to genre filmmaking.
The Zero Theorem desperately wants to have something to say, but the mediation on nothingness it promises would have been more interesting than the exercise in repetition it delivers.
Some say it’s good, some say it’s bad, but nobody says it’s great.