Bruce Dickinson’s 1997 Metal album ‘Accident of Birth’ is a notable highlight in a career replete with highlights.
Spike Lee’s ‘Do the Right Thing’ is a masterstroke of artistry and revealing commentary told with a supreme cast.
Judas Priest’s 1980 album ‘British Steel’ stands a glorious monument to the Metal Gods.
Stalwarts Wolfsbane are back with one of the best albums of 2022, ‘Genius’. A good enough reason to never give up on Rock.
Both the 2022 action-packed sequel ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ and its star Tom Cruise soar high above their iconic 1980s roots.
Season One of Netflix’s ‘Russian Doll’ is a delightfully twisted and surprisingly endearing experience.
Tim Burton’s 2003 fable ‘Big Fish’ is a visually striking, emotional, and magically crafted cinematic treasure.
The breathtaking 2018 film ‘Free Solo’ is an unparalleled documentary of athleticism and fearlessness.
Standing genre tropes on their head John Carpenter’s 1976 indie thriller ‘Assault on Precinct 13’ is a stylized masterpiece.