Month: July 2023

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s.i.c. picks

July 31, 2023 – S.I.C. Picks

Gareth's Picks The Day After Trinity (1981) If you liked Oppenheimer, check out this amazing documentary from 1981.  See the real folks portrayed in Nolan's film and get an even deeper appreciation. Available on the Criterion Channel   Charley Varrick (1973) Don Siegel film starring the always brilliant Walter Matheau in a heist film. Available to stream on TUBI       Craig's Picks The Chocolate War (1988) Based on […]

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Song Of The Week

Hotline TNT

July 28, 2023 Hotline TNT (the project of Will Anderson) has signed to Third Man Records, and its first release for the label is “Protocol,” a shoegazy noise pop song that Will says is “about falling on a sword — sometimes you just gotta hold an L even when in your heart of hearts you know it’s not fair. Saving the relationship is worth taking the blame now and again.” […]

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Film Review


By - Nick Adrian For fans of WWII history, Oliver Stone’s political conspiracy films, and of course - Christopher Nolan It seems like movie theaters are being taken my storm by this summer’s biggest craze: “Barbenheimer,” the double feature of Greta Gerwig’s Barbie and Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer. The latter, the much-anticipated biopic from one of the most successful auteurs working today, is the focus here and it’s not only the […]

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Film Review

Alone in Berlin

By - Gareth Jones For fans of WWII historical films, Brendan Gleeson, Emma Thompson, reminders of the effects of fascism, the literary work of Hans Fallada  Based on the best-seller Every Man Dies Alone by noted German author Hans Fallada, Alone in Berlin is a fascinating adaptation of a story based on true events. During World War II an older couple, Otto and Anna Quangel, lose their son in the […]

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Remembering Sinead O’Connor

By - Kristi Houk “These are dangerous days. To say what you feel is to dig your own grave.” -Sinead O’Connor, “Black Boys on Mopeds” from I Do Not Want What I haven’t Got, (1990) I wasn’t supposed to write this. I was slated to review the latest Guided by Voices album (which is great, btw), but while poking around online during my lunch break on Wednesday, I saw the […]

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s.i.c. picks

July 24, 2023 – S.I.C. Picks

Gareth’s Picks Life Itself (2014) a revealing documentary about the film critic Roger Ebert.  Heartwarming and educational! Available to stream on Plex, Pluto, and Tubi     Boyhood 9 2014) Richard Linklater's epic film made over 12 years that traces the life of a family.  Extraordinary acting from Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette Available to stream on Tubi     Craig’s Picks The Day Trippers (1996) When she discovers a […]

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September 4 – 10

We celebrate and support our local theater at Sidewalk Film Center and Cinema.  Click above to find showtimes and tickets to all films showing at SIDEWALK! Of course we realize not every film is showing at Sidewalk so below we have included a comprehensive city wide list of the films showing at your nearest suburban megaplex.September 4 - 10Special Film Events This WeekTVs of Terror Sleaze Night- Sunday, Sept. 10 7pm […]

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Song Of The Week

Squirrel Flower – Full Time Job

July 21, 2023 "Full Time Job" is taken from Squirrel Flower's new album, Tomorrow's Fire - out October, 13, 2023. Find out more about Squirrel Flower HERE Listen to all of our Songs of the Week HERE!

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Music Review

Cigarettes For Breakfast – Join The Circus

By - Jason Hamric For fans of MBV, Medicine, Darling Buds and swirling loud guitars  Shoegaze was my first adult musical addiction.  Sure I loved The Beatles and all of the stuff you hear as a child, but this was a musical movement by people that were my age and looked like me.  I related to what (I thought) they were saying and THE GUITARS!  It was loud and aggressive, […]

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