Thursday, July 03, 2014

July Reviews

Nick Cave at the Paramount, 7/2/14
These are the reviews and other pieces I'm working on this month.

Slog: The Criterion Collection's World Cup Promotion: A Fabulous Deal for Foreign Film Aficionados, You Better Run, You Better Take Cover: Bad Trip Australian Psychodrama Wake in Fright, Nick Cave Brought His Patented Jazz-Punk Vegas Act to the Para-
mount. And It Was Good
, Building a Community Only to Watch It Fall Apart: Razing the Bar Documents the Final Days of the Fun-
, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: An Interspecies Western Set in the Not-Too-Distant Future, Richard Linklater Reflects on Boyhood: "Everything in the Movie Is Somebody's Experience," Now Playing: Melvil Poupaud Brings Low-Key Charm to √Čric Roh-
mer's Langorous Summer's Tale
, A New Spanish Film About a Friendless Cannibal Opens this Friday at Northwest Film Forum, Swedish Duo Roll the Dice Releases a Stunning Video to Accom-
pany an Epic Song
, and Chadwick Boseman in Get On Up.

Line Out/Slog post count: 557 posts since 2011.


ProgDay!: the Sensations' Fix page includes an excerpt from my 
Line Out review of the Music Is Painting in the Air collection. 

The Stranger: U&C blurbs on Amen Dunes, Magik Mark-
, The Body/MTNS, and Woods/Steve Gunn/Foxygen.

Video Librarian: Anomaly, Growing Up Green, Living for 32, Neuromarketing - Programming the Brain to Buy, Outcasts - Surviving the Culture of Rejection, Suitcase of Love and Shame, Scott and Bailey - Season One [two-disc set], Every Everything - The Music, Life & Times of Grant Hart, B.B. King - The Life of Ril-
, Sarah Silverman - We Are Miracles, Vinyl
, Half the Road - 

The Passion, Pitfalls & Power of Women's Professional Cycling,  
Kid Cannabis [Blu-ray], O Samba, The Double, and Filth.

Endnote: Photo from The Stranger's Brooklyn Benjestorf.