Sing Street Hits All the Right Notes [Review]

When viewing a film, I often ask myself if it is merely enough to witness someone or something perform simply well. Are Michael Bay’s maniacal explosions and sometimes muddled messages “enough,” knowing he does it well? Should I be satisfied with a fine little potboiler Read More …

Deadshirt’s Top Ten TV Shows of 2015

There were a fair number of trends this year in Deadshirt’s TV lists. We like superheroes, we like drama and action, and we also tend to like shows we can binge watch in one sitting. But more than that, our contributors’ top picks revealed a Read More …

Mike Duquette’s Rest of 2015: Squeeze, Slackers & Goons

It’s December, a time to reflect on the greatest movies, music, comics, etc. of the last twelve months. And while we try to keep up with the best of everything as they’re released, occasionally something sneaks by us. With the Rest of 2015, we hope to highlight Read More …

Deadshirt is Watching… Innovation and Stagnation

Deadshirt Is Watching…is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt staff, contributors, and guests sound off on the television shows we’re tuned into, from intense dramas to clever sitcoms to the most insane reality shows. This week: Review and Last Comic Standing! Dominic Griffin is Watching… Review Season 2, Episode Read More …

Fun, Flashy and Flawed: My Week with Apple Music

Since acquiring my first compact disc in 1999 (a copy of the soundtrack to E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, because my childhood tastes defied convention), I have racked up nearly 2,000 of them in my collection. You name it: compilations, CD singles, increasingly heavy box sets—I’m still buying Read More …

Terminator Genisys: Old, Nearly Obsolete [Review]

There’s something very déjà vu about all this. Not long ago I was an excited 13-year-old playing and replaying VHS copies of The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day, James Cameron’s wildly different but endlessly engaging tales of killer robot-assisted future nuclear apocalypse and the Read More …

Theophilus London Brings the Vibes [Review]

A lot of reviews you’re going to see this week for Theophilus London’s new studio release will probably talk about Kanye West. A lot. This is London’s own damn fault. Yeezus is listed as an executive producer on Vibes, taking time out from working on Read More …