Nate Mondschein spotlights three standouts (for good and for ill) from this year’s fully virtual Sundance Film Festival in the first half of his MMH Sundance Selects series.
After two-plus years of waiting, Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth has finally arrived; but despite its illustrious cast, crew, and source material, the film is ultimately more style than substance.
To celebrate the end of 2021, the MMH Staff compiles their top-five lists of favorite albums, tracks, films, performances, games, and teams from a truly insane calendar year.
MMH Contributor and chronic list-maker Nate Mondschein takes a two-decade trip back to one of his favorite years in cinema to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his top-five films of 2001.
Nate Mondschein unpacks the nuanced direction, narrative tension, and nicotine-soaked performances that make Netflix’s The Power of the Dog one of the best films of the year.
Starting today, the Nevermind 30th Anniversary Editions are available featuring 70 previously unreleased Nirvana tracks. To commemorate the release, five MMH contributors from three distinct generations take turns revisiting the singular album.
In celebration of Dennis Villeneuve’s long-awaited, brilliant adaptation of the acclaimed Frank Herbert novel Dune, Nate Mondschein counts down five of his all-time favorite space films in typical MMH fashion.
MMH contributors Nate Mondschein & Simon Pruitt are back with another installment of everyone’s favorite time-traveling-music-festival-thought-experiment, focusing in this installment on all the best synth-happy, LINN-drum lavished, leather-laden tracks of the 1980s!
In celebration of the upcoming release of No Time To Die (the 25th installment in the James Bond official film cannon), MMH contributors Cody Tannen-Barrup, Dave Haffner, Simon Pruitt, Sasha Klare-Ayvazian, and Nate Mondschein talk up a few of their favorites from the 007 series.
Roughly ten fictional years after Nate Mondschein and I tore our respective houses down at our 1960s music festivals, we’re back to put on two more unforgettable shows.
In celebration of the recent decade-aversary of Bon Iver’s semi-self-titled sophomore album, MMH Contributor (and totally normal person who still cannot listen to more than three songs off For Emma, Forever Ago without breaking down in tears) Nate Mondschein revives his formerly Prince-centric All-NBA-esque ceremony for a new Justin Vernon-themed iteration.
MMH Contributor Nate Mondschein, famously the 19th worst martial artist on the MMH staff, picks five of his favorite martial arts films to revisit in advance of the newest MCU release, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.