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Fantastic Fest Film Review: In the Tall Grass Gets Lost In the Weeds

The Pitch: In Vincenzo Natali’s adaptation of one of Stephen King’s more bizarre properties (co-written with son Joe Hill), In the Tall Grass has a premise that feels disarmingly simple at first. A pregnant young woman named Becky Demuth (Laysla De Oliveira) is driving cross-country with her brother Cal (Avery Whitted) so she can figure out

Krist Novoselic: Nirvana’s Nevermind masters lost in Universal fire

A newly published article from the New York Times details the full extent of damage caused by the 2008 Universal Studios fire, much of which was previously unreported. Citing interviews with former employees and internal documents, the Times estimates that up to 500,000 master recordings were destroyed in the blaze. Several current or former Universal

Collector finds unreleased Carly Simon and Mick Jagger duet lost for 46 years

Almost half a century after it was recorded, a lost duet between ’70s siren Carly Simon and The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has been unearthed. A slow love ballad allegedly called “Fragile”, the track was previously thought lost to the sands of time. However, the Associated Press reports that Stones collector Matt Lee has re-discovered the

Evangeline Lilly details being “cornered” into filming partial nude scenes on Lost

Ant-Man and the Wasp star Evangeline Lilly nearly quit acting after starring as Kate on ABC’s Lost, with the actress moving to Hawaii and focusing on writing and being a mom in the years following the show’s finale. Since then, she’s found plentiful work, but the dark experiences she had on the mega-hit mystery show left

Lost 1968 Neil Young and Joni Mitchell Recordings Could Be Released

Lost professional live recordings of Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and others could be released if the owners can secure a record deal. The Michigan History Project are current keepers of seven-inch reel-to-reel tapes recorded in 1968 at the University of Michigan’s Canterbury House, a venue popular with counterculture artists at the time. Tim Buckley, Odetta,