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By now, much has been said about South African director Jahmil X.T. Qubeka and his controversial film Of Good Report. Whether labeled as child porn by the Rainbow Nation’s government or almost being banned at last year’s Durban International Film Festival, this contemporary take on film noir...

Open Mike Eagle has been a fixture of underground Los Angeles for quite some time. A member of locally iconic and long-running collective Project Blowed, the Chicago native is the area’s champion of cerebral “art rap” that’s equally engrossing and flat out hilarious. That knack...

The much anticipated Spinal update for Killer Instinct( my favorite fighter of last year) launched Friday and Double Helix did one fine job. Outside of having an awesome art design, Spinal's extremely technical mechanics only enhances Killer Instinct's growing status amongst competitive level fighters. However, whoever is...

Who knew South Koreans had so much soul in the 1960s?...

Brick Squad (and its Brick Squad Monopoly subsidiary) have surely seen better days. It’s been tough for the Atlanta-based home to popular artists Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka. The once seemingly invincible empire began to crack last year following internal feuds and cringe-worthy tweets from...

There’s an air of loneliness in Sebastián Lelio’s warmly directed Chilean drama Gloria. Nonetheless, more than enough lighthearted moments perfectly compliment a pretty somber tone. Primarily focused around the almost isolated life of its 58-year-old divorcee, Paulina García shines as the film’s extremely relatable titular character. García...

Making a noise in Southern California’s hip-hop scene since his breakout 2010 mixtape Pistols and Palmtrees, Inglewood native Skeme (real name Lonnie Kimble) has grown to be the area’s biggest MC since Mack 10. Former associate of slain Konvict Muzik rapper Dolla, Skeme has easily solidified his status of a fixture. That means collaborating with everyone from Dom Kennedy and Iggy Azalea to Kendrick Lamar and E-40. Following years of releasing critically lionized mixtapes, 2012 saw him successfully drop his debut album Alive & Living. Never one to halt momentum, he closed out 2013 with follow-up album and personal ode to his hometown entitled Ingleworld. More of a streamlined project than his previous works, the album features lead singles “Different” and “Ain’t Perfect” featuring Wale.