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Blu-ray Review: ‘Midsomer Murders Set 24′

midsomer murders

The new 'Midsomer Murders Set 24' presents three excellent episodes of the English murder mystery series, which has been on the air since 1997. Read More »

Music Review: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young – ‘CSNY 1974′

CSNY 1974

As 'CSNY 1974' proves over and over, the concerts the "American Beatles" performed in the summer of 1974 were something special indeed. Read More »

Music Review: Cabaret Voltaire – ‘#7885 Electropunk to Technopop’

cabaret voltaire

The 19-song '#7885 Electropunk to Technopop' is a well-chosen introduction to what was probably the most dynamic period in Cabaret Voltaire’s 41-year career. Read More »

Music Review: Arnold Schoenberg/Pierre Boulez – ‘Pierrot lunaire’

Schoenberg - Pierrot lunaire

The first (and perhaps finest) of Arnold Schoenberg's masterpiece 'Pierrot lunaire' was released by the Wergo label in 1962, and is finally available on compact disc. Read More »

Music Review: Mushroomhead – ‘The Righteous & The Butterfly’

Mushroomhead - Righteous & The Butterfly

Without a doubt, anyone who likes Mushroomhead, or even thinks they might like them, needs to check out 'The Righteous & The Butterfly.' Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Picnic at Hanging Rock’ – The Criterion Collection

picnic at hanging rock

There is little wonder as to why 'Picnic at Hanging Rock' is credited as kicking off the Australian film renaissance of the ‘70s, as it is one of the boldest movies ever made. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Buckminster Fuller’ by Cole Gerst

buckminster-fuller

With 'Buckminster Fuller: Poet of Geometry' Cole Gerst has done a marvelous job of telling the inspirational story of this renowned figure. Read More »

Music Review: Miles Davis – ‘Miles at The Fillmore: Miles Davis 1970: The Bootleg Series Vol. 3′

miles fillmore

This historic 1970 stand is a must for any fan of electric Miles Davis. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Riot in Cell Block 11′ (Criterion Collection)

cell block 11

There is plenty of action in 'Riot in Cell Block 11,' which is brilliantly intensified by the psychological dramas of Don Siegel's first important film. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Theory of Fun for Game Design’ by Raph Koster

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In many ways, one does not need to be a gamer at all to enjoy the many charms of Raph Koster's 'A Theory of Fun for Game Design.' Read More »