"This video is a statement about Obamacare and healthcare in Amerika," says Troy before sheepishly admitting, "not really, but if I say that maybe some conservative weblog will repost it."
"Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 2" is an impressive program of 10 beautiful, unusual, and strange short films. It's a must-see evening of independent cinema.
Warren Ellis' new novel "Normal" is a tensely written, fascinating, hilarious, and unnerving look at our insanity-inducing future.
In Platonic thought the metaphysical buck stopped with the primacy of individuality. For free will, it implies that the closer you are to godliness the closer you are to liberation.
“Moonlight” isn’t one of the best African-American films of 2016, or one of the best LGBTQ films of the year- It’s one of the very best films released this year, period, full stop.
Our reviewer reads "The Secret History of Twin Peaks" about America's favorite small town. Is the book as good as the coffee and pie? Read on and find out.
At Chaos Theory 17, art reigns supreme. For one weekend only, the walls of Legend City Studios were covered in a dizzying array of artwork from local masters and up & comers.
'The One' is a pantheistic theology in a sense because there is no division between "creator" and "creation" — the gods are both the source and origin of existence and inherently, inescapably a part of it as well. And also obviously a polytheistic theology operating within a pluralistic metaphysical framework.
Zines are cool, like punk rock and sex with attractive people and drugs that get you high. Here are some reviews of zines and places you can get them.
If I wanted to enjoy cinema, I’d go to a theater or stay home and not have to deal with assholes walking in front of the screen every 10 seconds or muttering that they don’t understand it to everyone within earshot.
I’ve visited “You Weren’t There” twice so far, and the one thing that leaped out at me both times I was there was the lack of context. But the lack of any kind of explanation for what we see at “You Weren’t There” MAKES the exhibition and gives it a certain power that detailed scholarship...
“One More Time With Feeling” rarely hits any false notes. It feels authentic and truthful in a way that makes most other music documentaries feel like forgeries.
It is a time in which clouds, heavy with caustic rain, no longer glow with urban fire; a time when the endless tracks of asphalt have been filled with sand, and when once-skeletal lions have fattened themselves on mankind's tainted remains. Beneath the surface's burning grit, the desert's very blood sleeps, waiting for the darkness...