What first seems like a procedural murder mystery is Stephen King’s return to monster-driven pulp horror. King rarely fails to deliver a great read, and The Outsider is no exception.
Though yesterday’s Oscar nominations make me feel gross endorsing a film almost exclusively starring white men, The Big Short remains my favorite of this year’s award season films, and I would happily sit through a third viewing–although I’ probably cry again.
Neal Griffin’s debut novel, “The Benefit of the Doubt” is a page-turner of a thriller by an author with clear expertise in both police procedure and police culture, unflinching in its presentation of violence, racism, and vice. Set in small-town Wisconsin, the book explores the reality of small-town policing and the way crime and corruption go unchecked; think […]
This show is bad, and they should feel bad.
A few songs that didn’t crack the top 26, but that I wanted to give special recognition for various reasons: (This is an ongoing countdown that will be updated through April. Click here for the full list.) Call Connected Through the NSA (Podcast 4A, 2006) TMBG’s response to revelations about Bush administration surveillance was a […]