Wire announce new album and single

The incredible punks of Wire have been working hard the past year or so to give us music. Last year they came out with a new album and just now they have announced a mini album titled Nocturnal Koreans that they will be releasing on pinkflag. The new single is simply enough titled, “Nocturnal Koreans.”

Review: Embrace of the Serpent

Writer/director Ciro Guerra’s seething portrait of the abasement of a people and an environment is not to be missed. Based on the written diaries of explorers Theodor Koch-Grunberg and Richard Evans Schultes, the film combines amazing first hand descriptions by the explorers with a surreal story of unbounded greed. The story (co-written by Jacques Toulemonde

Review: Eddie the Eagle

If this take on Eddie the Eagle (Michael “Eddie” Edwards) is exaggerated to the point of absurdity, the superb performance of Taron Egerton makes it work. This may become the breakout performance for Egerton, showing he can do the touchy-feely role as well as the easier tough guy roles. Egerton combines just enough of Forest

Vikings: ‘Kill The Queen’ Season 4 Episode 2 recap and discussion

Warning: Spoilers. Vikings is easily one of the best shows on TV at the moment — and here we look back at the most recent episode before discussing in detail what happened. Vikings Season 4 Episode 2 summary This week on Vikings Season 4 Episode 2 saw Bjorn’s (Alexander Ludwig) adventure continuing in the wilderness after last


The People v O.J. Simpson Episode 4: In-depth discussion

FX’s ‘The People v. O.J. Simpson’ has taken the world of television by storm as it recounts the trial of a century, with Cuba Gooding Jr. as Simpson. The intensity of the lawyer personalities aside, the show’s timing is also spot-on as most people view his guilt or innocence based on racial perceptions. The horrific murder scene at

Baskets: A look ahead at the next episode, DJ Twins, on FX

Baskets is a brilliant, conceptual comedy on FX that was cooked up by Louis C.K., Zach Galifianakis, and Jonathan Krisel and has just been renewed for a second season. It has elevated the sitcom to a whole new level of entertaining thanks to comedian and author Louie Anderson, cast as Christine Baskets. This comedy is


More Brit Murder and Mayhem from Acorn

Acorn TV always have a great selection of murder and mystery-filled series from Britain. Here are some of the latest to check out. Suspects – on Acorn.tv now A gripping new police procedural following three London detectives as they move through crime investigation, arrests and follow-up called Suspects moves well, the stories are consistently interesting

Review: A War (Krigen)

Denmark’s official submission for Best Foreign Language Film in the 88th Academy Awards of 2016 is a momentous movie. Not only does it show the lethal chaos and brutality of war with unflinching honesty, but it shows the war soldiers fight at home, as well. Lead Pilou Asbæk reunites with writer/director Tobias Lindholm for the


Vikings ‘A Good Treason’ Episode 1 in focus

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains general information and speculation about Season 4 of Vikings This week we sail back to History Channel’s Vikings season 4 with several intriguing story lines revolving around the women in the show. Princess Aslaug’s (Alyssa Sutherland) antipathy towards Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) knowns no bounds, as the bloom is off their relationship rose.