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Ed Driscoll

My exclusive 2002 interview with the late electric guitar pioneer is now back online.
A look back at Michael Graham's 2002 book, an early snapshot of the modern-day left's obsession with grievance culture and race-obsessed identity politics.
Cabaret on morphine: this hypnotic, lavish German produced TV series is well worth a binge.
James Bond faces off against his most dangerous foes yet: clueless millennials waging an all-out culture war.
Mile markers on the road to the Harvey Weinstein aftermath.
An oft-forgotten Kubrick classic gets the Blu-Ray treatment it deserves.
Some thoughts on Mark Lilla's hot new book, The Once and Future Liberal: After Identity Politics.
Hollywood learned from its mistakes in the early '70s. Can it do so again?
A pajama-clad trip down memory lane.
An otherwise excellent new biography of David Letterman pulls one big punch.
Making sense of 21st century Hollywood's schizophrenic product: comic book movies and "progsploitation."
I've got a bad feeling about this.