Black Moth Super Rainbow – Eating Us (Graveface)

After three full-length albums and a handful of EPs, it’s only natural that Pennsylvania psychedelic outfit Black Moth Super Rainbow would feel the need to expand on its sound. Not that Eating Us, the band’s fourth release and second for Graveface Records, marks a significant stylistic shift. The band still deals in hazy keyboards, shimmering … Continue reading

Drag Me to Hell review

It’s not necessarily true that all horror movies these days are sequels, remakes, torture porn or some combination of the three, but it certainly feels that way. This year alone has seen a 3-D remake of My Bloody Valentine, a reboot of Friday the 13th and The Last House on the Left. In a few … Continue reading

Up – review

Between Finding Nemo, The Incredibles and the back-to-back critical success of Ratatouille and Wall-E, Pixar has built up a vast store of goodwill. The consistently groundbreaking visuals are a big part of the studio’s success, but even more so, their attention to character, their flair for visual storytelling and their willingness to ignore marketability in … Continue reading