The Clash’s forgotten album.
Grade: A- Continue reading A track-by-track review of Combat Rock
My review of They Might Be Giants (1986.)
Grade: A Continue reading They Might Be Giants’ 1986 debut is wise beyond its years
Part of a continuing installment on Minimalism, in which I take a listen through the history of postmodern classical’s most influential movement. Continue reading “The Early Steve Reich (1965 – 1969)”
A somewhat rocky first season finds a satisfying conclusion.
9.0 / 10 Continue reading The Leftovers S1E10: “The Prodigal Son Returns”
The episode where The Leftovers truly comes into its own, and becomes one of the greatest shows of all time.
9.6 / 10 Continue reading The Leftovers S1E9: “The Garveys at Their Best”
Another middle-of-the-road season one episode.
8.4 / 10 Continue reading The Leftovers S1E8: “Cairo”
James Bond reveals his greatest talent. Continue reading Casino Royale contains the greatest card game in film history
An episode that brings up many, enigmatic questions.
8.8 / 10 Continue reading The Leftovers S1E7: “Solace for Tired Feet”
An excellent episode which gives Nora Durst–and actress Carrie Coon–the center stage.
9.2 / 10 Continue reading The Leftovers S1E6: “Guest”
The worst episode of The Leftovers’ run.
7.5 / 10 Continue reading The Leftovers S1E5: “Gladys”
Possibly the worst Leftovers episode of them all, but not that bad on rewatch.
8.0 / 10 Continue reading The Leftover S1E4: “B.J. and the A.C.”
The Leftovers shines the spotlight on a side character, making for one of season one’s best episodes.
9.1 / 10 Continue reading The Leftover S1E3: “Two Boats and a Helicopter”