Review: Back roads brutality in 'The Devil all the Time'
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Review: Back roads brutality in 'The Devil all the Time'

Antonio Campos’ “The Devil all the Time” lives up to its title

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More of Ace Frehley's favorite covers on 'Origins Vol. 2'
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More of Ace Frehley's favorite covers on 'Origins Vol. 2'

Kiss founding guitarist Ace Frehley offers up another helping of classic rock hits he loved while growing up, complete with some high-profile assists on “Origins Vol

Review: Stryper’s ‘Even the Devil Believes' is heavenly good
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Review: Stryper’s ‘Even the Devil Believes' is heavenly good

Even the devil must believe by now that Stryper could well be God’s favorite band

Review: Live-action ‘Mulan’ is gorgeous but short on magic
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Review: Live-action ‘Mulan’ is gorgeous but short on magic

“Whale Rider” director Niki Caro directs Disney's live-action remake of its 1998 animated classic “Mulan.”

Review: Distinctive, 'punchy' set from Canadian Colter Wall
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Review: Distinctive, 'punchy' set from Canadian Colter Wall

Colter Wall, who comes from Canadian cattle country, possesses a baritone that gives his music a distinctive brand

Review: A madcap journey in crude but sweet ‘Get Duked!’
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Review: A madcap journey in crude but sweet ‘Get Duked!’

“The Most Dangerous Game” meets modern U.K. delinquent culture in the raucous indie black comedy “Get Duked

Review: 'All Together Now' is a sweet call to help others
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Review: 'All Together Now' is a sweet call to help others

High school student Amber Appleton gives, gives, gives

Seether prepares for war, and this piece is worth the time
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Seether prepares for war, and this piece is worth the time

South African hard rockers Seether are returning to the realm of new music when their eighth studio album, “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” lands on Aug. 28.

Thrash metal shows that it's alive and well with new Onslaught album
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Thrash metal shows that it's alive and well with new Onslaught album

British thrashers Onslaught are blasting back into music players with their seventh studio album, their first in seven years.

What's better for a world on fire than a big helping of “Flaming Pie”?
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What's better for a world on fire than a big helping of “Flaming Pie”?

We're all waiting for that 'return to normal' we've heard so much about over the last four months or so, but no one is really sure when, or if, that old status quo will return.