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Buzz Osbourne on the Making of Melvins’ ‘Houdini’

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Melvins’ ‘Houdini,’ Revolver caught up with the one and only King Buzzo to look back on the sludge-grunge masterpiece — from writing the nonsensical opening line of “Hooch,” to firing Kurt Cobain as…

The Perils of Land Ownership on Silver Dollar Road

In his new film “Silver Dollar Road,” Oscar-nominated director Raoul Peck (“I Am Not Your Negro”) focuses on the Reels family in North Carolina, who fought for decades to protect their waterfront property passed down from generation to generation. The…

Iraq War Vets 20 Years Later

Months after the United States invaded Iraq in 2003, Michael Tucker began filming the U.S. Army’s 2nd Battalion, 3rd Field Artillery Regiment (known as the Gunners) in Baghdad. The unit was housed in a bombed-out palace on the banks of…

‘American Symphony’ Shows There’s Panic at the Very Top Too

By Gregory Crofton Director Matthew Heineman has made his own sweet symphony bringing to the screen the love story of musician and singer John Batiste and his wife Suleika Jaouad, a writer living with leukemia. Heineman is devoted to observational…

Residents fight to Protect Their Homes and Diverse Culture in ‘There Goes the Neighborhood’

By Gregory Crofton Director Ian Phillips did the work many of us think we ought to do in “There Goes the Neighborhood,” a new 75-minute doc about a community’s historic defeat of Amazon and its push to establish headquarters in…

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