Oil scion Andrew Getty's tragic, obsessively crafted nightmare
Kaala Patthar, a re-imagining of Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim, released in 1979 in a transitional period in India’s political and social history.
The 1996 H.G. Wells adaptation is a beguilingly complex text, both in terms of its layers of irony and metanarrative distancing and its chaotic production history.
Leilah Weinraub’s riveting Shakedown, resituated on Pornhub
On the occasion of the originally scheduled Major League Opening Day, Stream Slate’s resident ball of base enthusiasts weigh in on the pleasures and profundities of the game in its archival form.
Metallimania is the quasi-official antidote to corporatized metal
Marie Losier's documentary of Genesis & Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge's pandrogyne project remains a key document of a life of artmaking and a life as artmaking
The life simulator's roots in media art, experimental music, and radical culture