Ray Ellis is a freelance writer who has been dissecting pop culture and its effect on how we view ourselves for over twenty years, ruffling feathers and dragging unsuspecting pedestrians along for the ride whenever possible.
The crash you hear in the distance is the sound of a potential trainwreck.
In which the near future teeters precariously to the present.
If the opener is any indication, Dexter may have met the end of the line.
Buried for decades, this film emerges as a prophetic parable for our times.
It was a day of fiery tears. In New York, some recorded those 102 minutes that altered us forever.
A trial lawyer who may be a prophet is an unlikely premise for a series. Praise the Lord — it works!
The parallels between the sixties and 2008 are eerie. Robert Drew's films make it all the more so.
Getting in touch with our inner child can have hilarious repercussions.
No woman, and precious few men, are as important in rock's evolution as Patti Smith is. Pity this book doesn't quite get it.
Time may heal all wounds. But in the process, it dissects lives.