Deadwood Edition Issue #13

October 14, 2003

Designing a new consciousness

The Anniversary shakes off the past and starts anew

Listening to Justin Roelof's latest home recording, one can't help wonder if Isaac Hayes didn't run off to be a Buddhist monk, resurface as a Zen-inspired soul singer and hire Roelof's band to perform his new material. Halfway into the song, a Shaft-like voice cuts through a blissful bed of wah-guitar and dub-inspired bass to ask: "Baby have you heard?"

Team Boo

Mates of State discuss new album, Arnold, and why they left Lawrence's warm embrace

Tarantino slashes his way back to top

'Kill Bill -- Vol. 1' is a dazzling but gory exercise in action filmmaking

"Revenge is never a straight line," the woman code named Black Mamba (Uma Thurman) is advised. The adage is emblematic of "Kill Bill -- Vol. 1," because no revenge movie has ever been told in less of a straight line than this.

Half-Life 2 delayed after stolen code

One-third of the game's source code was leaked and can be found on the internet as a playable demo

One-third of the game's source code was leaked and can be found on the internet as a playable demo

Review: Viewtiful Joe - Gamecube

Capcom revives side-scrollers with this rare achievement in pure unadulterated fun

Capcom revives side-scrollers with this rare achievement in pure unadulterated fun

Review: Voodoo Vince - Xbox

It's Microsoft's best platform game, but that's not saying much

It's Microsoft's best platform game, but that's not saying much

Review: Freedom Fighters - PS2, Xbox, Gamecube

EA scores with a fine squad-based shooter that pleases on a patriotic level

EA scores with a fine squad-based shooter that pleases on a patriotic level.

Interactive David Bowie Song Title Game

"The Thin White Duke", continues to land periodicly on earth with the sole purpose of influencing music and theatrical performance styles that are alien to earthlings.

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