Trent Reznor, the king of industrial rock/metal and frontman for Nine Inch Nails, has been making distorted, minimalist instrumental music for over 30 years.
Chucky’s violent appetites slowly reveal themselves. With a villain so perfectly suited to the slasher genre, it’s easy to see why he’s stuck around.
This week, from Nov. 8 to Nov. 10, the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club will present their fall production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera “Patience; or, Bunthorne’s Bride," a biting satire of overly aestheticized art.
The premiere of “The Romanoffs” is tonally inconsistent with a weak ending, but it makes up for its shortcomings with strong performances, especially by Aaron Eckhart and Marthe Keller.
In the end, “Beautiful Boy” is more horror than Hollywood, and takes no artistic shortcuts to portray addiction honestly: as incurable, unpredictable, corrosive, and dangerous.
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