The Danish Netflix series ‘The Rain’ offers a compelling and fresh take on the post-apocalypse genre.
Alex Garland’s heady sci-fi drama ‘Annihilation’ is an often disturbing, completely intoxicating tour-de-force.
Age of Apollo’s 2017 Prog album ‘Psychotic Symphony’ contains brilliant musicians playing mostly lackluster music.
Robert Aldrich’s poignant 1973 film ‘Emperor of the North’ is social commentary masked as a thrilling adventure chase.
2016 sci-fi comedy ‘Colossal’ is wonderfully bizarre with a pitch black comedy soul.
Snovonne’s 2017 album ‘The Child and the Bitch’ is a melodic, fascinating slice of not-necessarily Metal life.
2016 noir thriller ‘Nocturnal Animals’ is a fascinating, brilliant, and soul stripping film experience.
Blue Öyster Cult’s oft misrepresented 1988 release ‘Imaginos’ is actually a solid Metal/Rock album.
Tokyo Motor Fist’s self-titled 2017 debut album is a raucous 80s Hard Rockin’ good time.