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Ghost Rider 3D: Spirit of Vengeance

Review: Ghost Rider 3D: Spirit of Vengeance

The filmmakers deliver some gorgeous landscape shots of Asia Minor and leverage the 3D perspective to good effect, but the time between such moments of relief can seem like an eternity of movie hell.
Movie hell
By Tom Meek  |  February 24, 2012
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Review: Cappella Clausura in Ordo Virtutum

Sex and the single (it’s the only one we have) 12th-century opera? That’s what an early-music outfit was promising at the First Lutheran Church of Boston this past Sunday.
Cappella Clausura tames the Devil at the First Lutheran Church on November 12, 2010
By JEFFREY GANTZ  |  November 19, 2010
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The Devil, My Pocket say goodbye

'Twas a nice (if too brief) run for local indie-folk outfit the Devil, My Pocket, who are calling it quits with two headlining shows this weekend at the 201.
Urge for going
By CHRIS CONTI  |  November 12, 2010

Welcome home: Deer Tick Season is in full swing

Attleboro punk icons NEUTRAL NATION host another It's a Bash! DVD release party at the Met on FRIDAY (the 5th), wisely recruiting THE DIEPODS and FRENZY OF TONGS to open (401.729.1005).
Off the Couch
By PROVIDENCE PHOENIX MUSIC STAFF  |  November 05, 2010
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Review: Devil

Forget Satan — these days, is anything scarier than being trapped in an M. Night Shyamalan movie for 80 minutes?
In a surprise twist, this Shyamalan-affiliated film ain't half bad
By SHAULA CLARK  |  September 24, 2010

Downtown-bound: Indie arts fest takes it to the streets

Cross the bridge to New Bedfid and catch THE PROPELLERS in action at the New Wave Cafe on the 30th, while SANTA MAMBA kick off their Aquidneck weekend by scorching the dance floor at the Newport Blues Cafe.
Off the Couch
By PROVIDENCE PHOENIX MUSIC STAFF  |  July 30, 2010


Shaking through

High-powered indie-punk at AS220
Off the Couch
By PROVIDENCE PHOENIX MUSIC STAFF  |  February 26, 2010

Wrestle in peace

In a life of many garlands and much renown, it was Mailer’s strange engagement with literary destiny always to be trapped on the wrong side of his art.
Remembering Mailer, the blustery king of American letters
By JAMES PARKER  |  November 14, 2007