Happy Halloween! In honor of the spookiest holiday of the year, here are five of the creepiest and most demented(ish) things to listen to and do before you put on your costume.…
Oct. 25, 2016from News Stories
These stories take you into the unknown to explore the things that frighten and confound.
Oct. 25, 2016from Arts & Culture Stories
EXPERIENCE: VR Haunted Mansion Somewhere deep in Playa Vista, in some forsaken space (CTRL Collective), a group of miscreants have put together top-notch horrific experiences in VR…
Kim and Matt met up the morning after the Oscars to talk "Parasite" making history, Netflix nearly striking out, and hold on, what was Eminem doing there?
Feb. 10from The Business
The Quibi ad blitz has begun.
Feb. 18from Screengrab
The series marked Byrd’s first time music supervising a project.
Feb. 18from KCRW Features
One of the first books within a huge movement that restored respectability to memoirs, This Boy’s Life celebrates its thirtieth anniversary, and Tobias Wolff celebrates thirty years…
Feb. 13from Bookworm
Kitty Green's "The Assistant" is audacious in a deadpan way, a #MeToo drama that comes on like an HR video illustrating the responsibilities of an entry-level job.
Jan. 31from Film Reviews
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I watch a group of people refuse to pay the cover charge at a jazz club and think, I wonder if those people pay for Netflix.
Feb. 5from Martini Shot
Why does an architect have to be like a “camel in the desert?” Daniel Libeskind explains why in a conversation about his new book “Edge of Order.”
Feb. 18from Design and Architecture
The Netflix series “Cheer” focuses on the stressful lives of junior college cheerleaders fighting for their next national championship.
Feb. 7from The Business
American independent filmmakers might envy Céline Sciamma, director of the French film, “Portrait of a Lady on Fire.”
Feb. 17from The Business