Sixteen years in, our new millennium looks like a banner age for big-screen comedy, as eclectic as any that came before it. This is when Will Ferrell transformed the multiplex into a deliriously Dadaist screaming match; when Edgar Wright and David Wain perfected the art of the spoof, even as the Epi
If an anti-Ghostbusters revolution is fomented on Reddit and no one upvotes it, are women actually funny? That‘s more of a hypothetical sort of question, but the first part, at least, is based in reality. Yesterday, Reddit user Better_Butter321 proposed this bit of social-media subterfuge: No one u
One could argue that of all the scenes to spring out of the early aughts, the dance-punk sound has held up the best. Not only do the majority of these albums sound just as refreshing as they did when they came out, but even the new material by these bands, has remained fresh without losing the core of what made them great to begin with. See Faint's 2016 release, "Young & Realistic".
Digging through the contemporary dance-punk canon of the early ’00s, it’s pretty easy to bridge a few characteristics back to the ’80s glam-metal party, but only at the most basic of levels. For example, the musicianship of both eras is pretty undeniable, but the cock-of-the-walk swagger—stylistical
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