MOME Various Artists Fantagraphics Books Street: 05.22 MOME follows in the fine footsteps of other anthologies and quarterlies of this century (ex. McSweeney’s) by showcasing first-rate up-and-coming artists, writers, etc.
House Josh Simmons Fantagraphics Books Street: 03.07 House eerily recalls Mark Z. Danielewski’s House of Leaves, not so much in its complex storytelling but in its scary incompleteness. House leaves
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl GSC Game World/THQ PC Street 03.20 Before you read the rest of this review I have a confession to make; I love S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Indeed, the first
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Dead Rising Capcom Reviewed On: Xbox 360 Street: 08.06 Dead Rising takes a very simple and enjoyable activity (killing the undead) and takes it to the outer limits of acceptability.
Cube Metia Interactive Reviewed On: PSP Street: 04.30 It’s going to be hard for me to review Cube, the new portable puzzle plaything from Metia Interactive without mentioning Mercury Meltdown,
Vic Damone: On the Street Where You Live MVD Street: 06.05 I don’t know much about crooner Vic Damone and I don’t much care, but I do know that the
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Le Petit Lieutenant Xavier Beauvois Koch Lorber Films Street: 04.17 The police crime genre is one that is inundated with small variations on ultimately similar stories. A rookie cop is
La Belle Captive Alain Robbe-Grillet Koch Lorber Street: 03.13 Watch out movie fans, any distribution company with the word “Lorber” in it, is bound not to be technically up to par,
The Films of Kenneth Anger: Volume One Kenneth Anger Fantoma Street: 01.23 Finally the films of Kenneth Anger are being restored, and restored beautifully at that. Forever (literally), Anger’s films
Escape to Canada Albert Nerenberg The Disinformation Company Ltd. Street: 05.22 I don’t think I have ever cringed so often during a documentary in my entire life. No, not because
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