Culture

‘Rampage’ is Disgusting

This crass and violent spectacle grows to detestable proportions

Celebrate 20 Years of Sandwich with Their Most Underappreciated Songs

We boost the signal for some of our favorite deep cuts from the local music scene’s liveliest performers.

This Week In Cinemas – April 18, 2018

Smaller releases sneak into theaters before another Marvel juggernaut.

‘Acquatopia’ Paints with All the Colors of the Wind

Medium and form collide in Spanish artist Cristina Gamón's first solo exhibit in Asia.

Deep Dive: Pacita Abad Revisited in A Million Things to Say

The Museum of Contemporary Art and Design gives us a new perspective—figuratively and literally—of the artist and her larger-than-life persona through her signature trapunto paintings.

‘Almost’ is too generous for ‘Almost a Love Story’

Barbie Forteza drowns in banality in this new film.

Brillante Mendoza Butchers Truth in ‘Amo’

The series, available on Netflix, is a poor representative of the nation.

This Week In Cinemas – April 11, 2018

Quiet families, long distance relationships, masked killers, and a rampaging gorilla.