Wax Trax on Selective Memory

Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records

Julia Nash unleashes a documentary on the rise and fall of one of the greatest independent labels that helped launch the industrial revolution Long overdue yet timely, Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records encapsulates the endless love of an alternative scene that changed the world because of two … Read More ›

Willie Dynamite on Selective Memory

Competition and Entrepreneurship in Willie Dynamite

Arrow Video Releases Willie Dynamite for the first time on Blu-Ray 1974 is the apex of the Blaxploitation genre. At this point, the genre had grown and expanded from defining the movement and the atypical action plot synopsis to more versatile mediums like horror and psychedelic filmmaking. Yet, grimey action … Read More ›

Captain Marvel on Selective Memory

Film Review: Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel Powers the Marvel Cinematic Universe into 2019 with A Glowing Success Last year, Disney’s Marvel Studios raised the bar when it came to the box office. Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther were massively successful. When I heard that there was going to be a movie about Captain … Read More ›

Monster from the film Zombie

The Dark and Depraved: Maniac and Zombie

Blue Underground Re-issue and enhanced 4k restoration of William Lustig’s Maniac and Lucio Fulci’s Zombie Blue Underground has resurrected two quintessential films in the horror genre. William Lustig’s Maniac and Lucio Fulci’s Zombie are dug up from the grave of endless format re-issuing and enhanced to revolutionary 4k standards. In … Read More ›

New Wave: Dare To Be Different Artwork

New Wave: Dare To Be Different (MVDvisual)

New Wave: Dare To Be Different Showcases WLIR at the Forefront of New Wave in the States MVDvisual Growing up in the ‘80s, radio did not play as important a role in the culture of my musical upbringing because in Indianapolis, we simply did not have alternative radio stations or … Read More ›

Cast Members from The Apartment

Film: The Apartment [1960] (Arrow Legacy)

Arrow Academy Releases the Holiday Classic The Apartment on Blu-Ray At the start of the Swingin’ ‘60s lies Billy Wilder’s exquisite cultural black comedy, The Apartment. Winner of 5 Academy awards, including “Best Picture,” and 10 Academy Award nominations, Arrow Academy has released a posturing 4k blu-ray restoration of what … Read More ›

Glastonbury Fayre Pyramid

Glastonbury Fayre: 1971 The True Spirit Of Glastonbury

Long overdue, Nicolas Roeg’s look into the beginnings of the Glastonbury Festival is preserved by Odeon Entertainment A woman walks through a muddy pathway, surrounded by the fixtures of an English countryside. Her hair is tossed about by the wind as if mother nature is casting a spell. Passing by … Read More ›