There’s a lot to love in Jim Jarmusch’s zombie comedy, but the indie auteur also seems to be working in resigned autopilot mode.
Our on-site paparazzo caught the stars at premieres of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and The Dead Don’t Die, among others.
Our review of the new Jim Jarmusch zombie movie, a feature debut called Bull and more from the French film festival.
The indie film titan tells us all about his new movie, Paterson.
Gimme Danger documents the legendary proto-punk act led by Iggy Pop.
Reviews of Paterson, The Unknown Girl and Christine, about a Florida reporter who shot herself on live TV.
Jim Jarmusch made a vampire movie: Only Lovers Left Alive starring Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston. And it’s kind of fantastic.
Cult MTL writer Radina Pupukchieva worked as an intern at Cannes this year. Here’s her report from the field.
Merging the density of shoegazing with the disco-light whirl of ballroom rock and a coat of goth paint in a way that’s somewhat reminiscent of the Horrors, Toy set their compasses a few degrees west of their fellow Brits (and friends, incidentally), and arrive at sonic bliss.
Whether you agree will depend on your tolerance for song sketches and experimental interludes. But that said, it feels like there’s a little something for everyone on this debut record – well, everyone with an appreciation for motorik maelstroms of sound and spinning-room synth-rock, anyway.