Joe Moss, who was the manager of the Smiths and Johnny Marr, died Friday after battling cancer. He was 72. The manager met Marr in Manchester in the 1980s, sparking Marr’s beginnings in the music…
A look at this year's contenders for best score
The poorest decision pertaining to "Todd Margaret" was the one to greenlight it.
The life and times of 1950s/'60s Aussie rock idol, Johnny O'Keefe, provide serviceable fodder for a rollicking retro-tuner in "Shout! The Legend of the Wild One," which rates high on the clap-along…
Taut, visceral and predictably gut-wrenching, "United 93" trades in some emotional impact for authenticity, capturing the overwhelming sense of chaos surrounding that day's harrowing events.
Rilo Kiley is something of the odd band out on the roster of the Omaha-based Saddle Creek label -- instead of the clenched, grungy emotional wreckage of Bright Eyes and Cursive, the Los Angeles…
His bandmates outperformed most of the English bands that have come through town of late, playing Roxy Music-style sweeps and Alarm-like crescendos with a riveting flair and enthusiasm. Guitarist…
If "Sally Marr ... and Her Escorts" enjoys any extended life at the box office -- and, who knows, stranger things have happened -- the reason will not be Sally Marr, whose sad, rowdy life has been…