Tribeca Review: 'The Adderall Diaries' Starring James Franco, Ed Harris, Amber Heard & More THE PLAYLIST

Before there was James Frey, there was Stephen Elliott. Two years before Frey’s bestselling, Oprah-approved “A Million Little Pieces” hit shelves in 2003 (only to be notoriously debunked three years later), Elliott’s “A Life Without Consequences” arrived. A mish-mash of memoir and autobiography and fiction and imagination, Elliott’s book detailed ….Read More Via:: THE PLAYLIST

Friday Box Office Recap: 'Furious 7' Leads Again, 'Paul Blart' & 'Unfriended' Show Initial Strength Thompson on Hollywood

As expected, “Furious 7″ (Universal) led a lackluster Friday. Its $8.3 million haul bested two new wide releases, both topping expectations. Kevin James’ “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2″ (Sony) overcame scathing reviews to place a close second at $7.3 million, while Universal’s low-budget horror acquisition “Unfriended” was just behind in ….Read More Via:: THOMPSON on Read more

Night Visions 2014: The Spanish Contingent Empire Blog

Predictably for a Finnish festival there’s a significant Spanish contingent among the films on show (um…). Specifically, that means Pablo Larcuen’s tiny horror Hooked Up, Alfredo Montero’s intense caving nightmare In Darkness we Fall (La Cueva), and Jaume Balaguero’s Rec 4, capping the Catholic zombie rabies quartet that began way ….Read More Via:: EMPIRE BLOG

Dubai Film Festival: The unlikely appeal of camel beauty pageants… Empire Blog

Nearby Sky sounds like it might be a contemplative meditation about life in Arabia. It is actually a documentary about a woman who enters camels in beauty contests. And it is lovely. The subject, Bedouin woman Fatima Ali Alhameli, faces resistance from the event organizers, as the first Emirati female ….Read More Via:: EMPIRE BLOG

Photos: Faith No More @ Keller Auditorium, Portland 4/17/15 STEREOGUM

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Faith No More’s comeback tour is in full swing, and last night they made a stop at Portland’s Keller Auditorium. They opened up their set with “Motherfucker,” the Record Store Day single that announced their return last year, and continued on with a set that spanned their long career, ….Read More Via:: STEREOGUM

Stream Whatever Nevermind: A Tribute To Nirvana’s Nevermind STEREOGUM

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Robotic Empire has put together a second Nirvana tribute album for Record Store Day. The first one was released for last year’s RSD, and had various artists covering the entirety of In Utero. This year’s edition sees them tackling Nevermind with the cleverly titled Whatever Nevermind. Torche does “In ….Read More Via:: STEREOGUM