It is the ending of the Age of Aquarius as ‘Songs in the Key of X’ travels back to 1969, and Jeffery X Martin counts down his five favorite songs from that year.
‘You Won’t Get What You Want,’ the newest album from the Providence band, Daughters, is a challenging yet rewarding trip into the abyss.
It’s time for another ‘Songs in the Key of X,’ in which Jeffery X Martin learns that songs about food are almost the same as songs about sex.
The 1981 slasher, ‘Madhouse,’ relies on characters doing stupid things, so how can we be upset when they are violently murdered? We can’t.
Join Jeffery X Martin and his guest, BBP founder and editor-in-chief, Andy Burns, as they geek out about instrumentals by Rush on ‘Songs in the Key of X.’
Welcome to the first installment of Songs in the Key of X, a weekly music feature in which Jeffery X Martin talks about five his favorite songs. This week, X features Echo and the Bunnymen.
The dream of the ’90s is alive at Sony and to prove it, the company is releasing PlayStation Classic, a smaller version of their original game console.
Renee Young is the first permanent female announcer on WWE’s most popular program, Raw, but does it mark a shift in how the company relates to its fans?
Just because a movie is a monster hit at the box office doesn’t mean it is good, and nothing this year proves that quite like ‘The Nun.’
The majestically weird ‘Blood Freak’ may be the finest combination of conservative Christian values and gory murders by a turkey monster ever filmed.
The WWI horror movie, ‘The Trench,’ takes viewers underground for a claustrophobic journey into a tense and disgusting nightmare world.
1984’s ‘Disconnected’ foregoes the glitz and glam of most films from the decade, providing a real you-are-there feeling of desperation and madness.