Our own Managing Editor Jason Gorber unboxes The Black Crowes' Shake Your Money Maker 30th anniversary box set. Turns out it's not too hard to handle at all.
Emma Seligman's feature film debut Shiva Baby is a spry queer Jewish comedy with a star making turn from Rachel Sennott.
WeWork: or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn presents an infuriating display of unchecked capitalistic hedonism.
Disintegration Loops dives into the making of William Basinski’s critically acclaimed 9/11-era ambient music recordings.
We sit down with the JUSTICE LEAGUE VFX team from WETA Digital to talk about bringing director Zack Snyder's vision to life.
Dante Basco’s The Fabulous Filipino Brothers is one of the cinematic gems screening at SXSW.
Chris McKim's bio doc captures the fiery spirit of the late, great David Wojnarowicz.
Kid Candidate succeeds as an engaging character study and an insightful examination of municipal politics.
We talk to JUSTICE LEAGUE cinematographer Fabian Wagner about #SnyderCut, fan culture versus artistry and where the two can co-exist, aspect ratios, and more!
We unbox Mobile Fidelity's limited edition remastered vinyl release of Run-DMC's iconic 1986 album Raising Hell.
Eddie Huang’s feature film debut Boogie looks at basketball, identity, and the Asian American struggle.
That Shelf Managing Editor – and resident audiophile – Jason Gorber reviews Bob Dylan's Desire on Mobile Fidelity's Super Vinyl. Is it worth picking up?
Disney’s thrilling new animated adventure Raya and the Last Dragon features a kick-ass hero, dazzling visuals, and a touching message.
Soul gives Pixar yet another rousing success and reminds us of everything we’ve missed and hope to regain.
Synchronic is a dark and moody new sci-fi-thriller from the filmmakers behind The Endless and Spring.