‘A Feast’ Review: Starving for a Higher Purpose

[ad_1] When it comes to the heart of the matter, demonic haunting bears striking similarities to divine possession. So who becomes a saint and who gets an exorcism? Director Ruth Paxton’s feature film debut, “A Feast,” asks viewers to wisely consider the overlaps between reality and fantasy, psychosis and evangelism. The film follows the Hughes …

‘We Purpose Destruction’ Review: Zambian Rock, Rediscovered

[ad_1] “Zamrock” is the label applied to the music of many rock bands in Zambia dating from the early 1970s to the 80s. The country in South Africa, once known as Northern Rhodesia, gained its independence in 1964. Zambian rockers applied British Invasion psychedelic accents to infectious rhythms derived from both their continent’s musical traditions …