Posts tagged "sundance"

Aaron Paul and Josh Wiggins Talk Heavy Metal, Pearl Jam, and House Shows

Breaking Bad's Jesse Pinkman will be with us always, but Aaron Paul has got his own life to live. In addition to being a dedicated…
By: Chris Martins / January 31, 2014

Rose McGowan on Mariah Carey, Bad Karaoke Choices, and Madonna’s Inspirational Might

Rose McGowan made her directorial debut at this year's Sundance Film Festival with a disturbing and gripping short dubbed Dawn. Starring Tara…
By: Chris Martins / January 29, 2014

Watch Mac DeMarco Warn Sundance Fans to ‘Treat Her Better’

Now that Mac DeMarco's Salad Days has a proper release date — April 1 via Captured Tracks — the Canuck fuzz-pop oddball is popping u…
By: Chris Martins / January 24, 2014

The 10 Best Films We Saw at Sundance Film Festival 2014

We set out to the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in search of music and came back with a whole lot more — beyond the frostbitte…
By: SPIN Staff / January 23, 2014

Damon Albarn Warms Sundance Crowd With Intimate Set at YouTube/SPIN Showcase

"Can I get any closer?" Damon Albarn sang during the new song "Lonely, Press Play" on Sunday night in Park City, Utah. No. The…
By: Chris Martins / January 20, 2014

Electric Daisy Carnival Doc ‘Under the Electric Sky’ Is Next Best Thing to Being There

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Chris Martins / January 20, 2014

‘Blue Ruin,’ a Gory Fever Dream of Vengeance, Deepens the Chill at Sundance

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Nicole Sia / January 20, 2014

Philip Seymour Hoffman Is the Spy Who Cared Too Much in ‘A Most Wanted Man’

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Chris Martins / January 19, 2014

Sundance Premiere ‘Frank': A Loving and Hilarious Tribute to Outsider Music

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Chris Martins / January 19, 2014

John Slattery Shines Unkind Light on the Irredeemable Monsters of ‘God’s Pocket’

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Nicole Sia / January 19, 2014

James Murphy, Cults Heat Up YouTube/SPIN’s Snowy Sundance Showcase

Tucked into Park City, Utah's surging downtown lies YouTube on Main Street, the cozy two-story venue where Cults and James Murphy kept a knit-capped capacity…
By: SPIN Staff / January 19, 2014

Sondre Lerche Helps Make Sundance’s ‘The Sleepwalker’ a Sinister Psych-Thriller

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Chris Martins / January 19, 2014

Aaron Paul Raises a ‘Hellion’ in Unflashy Broken-Home Drama

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Chris Martins / January 18, 2014

Willis Earl Beal Almost Plays Himself in the Listless ‘Memphis’

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Chris Martins / January 18, 2014

Kristen Stewart’s Emo G.I. Jane Makes Friends With the Enemy in ‘Camp X-Ray’

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Nicole Sia / January 18, 2014

Jim Jarmusch’s Rock’n’Roll Vampires Are the Coolest Cats Around in ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Nicole Sia / January 18, 2014

Sundance Festival Opener ‘Whiplash’ Is a Bebop ‘Black Swan’

SPIN is in Park City, Utah, traversing snow and cutting queues to bring you reviews of the next big films (and flops) as they make…
By: Chris Martins / January 17, 2014

Belle and Sebastian Will Play at Sundance 2014, Plan New Album

In a subtle twist worthy of a Belle and Sebastian song, frontman Stuart Murdoch's solo work has led to word of a new album from…
By: Marc Hogan / January 15, 2014

Sundance 2014: The Definitive Music Guide

The Sundance Film Festival returns to Park City, Utah, this month, running January 16 through 26. Though movies are the main event, there…
By: Chris Martins / January 14, 2014

Irish Music Fans Are Terrified, Lucius Malfoy Is a Dirty Prophet: Sundance in Short

In Fear: Tom and Lucy have only been dating two weeks. He (Iain De Caestecker) is confident and also little awkward. She (Alice Englert) i…
By: Chris Martins / January 23, 2013
Page 1 of 2