Matthew Robison, University of South Florida
This small publishing duo is making waves with their thoughtful reissues of out of print novels.
The year 2020 is filled to the brim with exciting adaptations, sequels, and re-imaginings.
Dark humor, messy gore and surreal turns characterize her impressive run in the early ‘90s.
Moving away from lo-fi demos and unfussy EPs, the best punk and hardcore exhibited a tendency toward spirited ambition.
The series opens with a lizard man eating a sorcerer’s head. Need I say more?
The deft reworking of his criminal origin narrative yields total tragedy.
Rian Johnson’s latest film uses an unconventional whodunnit to look at contemporary issues.
They have a charm that can’t be matched by the large corporate chains.
Time to break out the fedora and a pack of cigarettes while imitating your favorite hard-boiled detectives.
The new horror series succeeds when it experiments, but is held back by its uneven production values and its overly reverent approach to the original 1982 franchise.
Learn the slasher pastiche origins of the popular, long-running series.
From dub to off-kilter anarcho-punk, these recordings find freedom in the macabre.
Even amidst a future, supernatural dystopia, this manga still sees hope at the heart of humanity.
This clever combination of the stealth and point-and-click subgenres encourages a penchant for mayhem.
This new space adventure combines character development and a fantastic setting to show off Gray’s mastery of the genre and storytelling.
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