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In his strange and wonderful second novel, Ned Beauman puts an utterly singular spin on the coming-of-age novel
The new album from My Bloody Valentine—22 years in the making—is both relevant and revelatory
On what would have been his 70th birthday, LightBox pays tribute to the guitar wizard through photos made by another iconoclastic creative force, the rock and roll photographer Jim Marshall.
Keep your Vertigo. Hold on to your Kane. Sure, they’re great films, but the single greatest movie ever made is still Michael Curtiz’s 1942 pop-culture miracle
No director in history crafted as many unforgettable, technically brilliant and fearfully entertaining vignettes as the Master of Suspense. Here are his very best
Alex Kershaw’s WWII history chronicles the torturous slog of an American infantry division — led by legendary commander Felix Sparks — from Italy in 1943 into the heart of Germany just before VE Day