By Michael Roffman

Donnie Darko Returns: Director Richard Kelly Talks ’80s Nostalgia, Tears for Fears, and the Possibility of a Sequel

In 2001, filmmaker Richard Kelly introduced the world to Donnie Darko, a peculiar suburban teenager from Virginia, who had a penchant for strong literature, Smurf Theory, and girls named Gretchen. He also had apocalyptic visions that stemmed from a man-rabbit named Frank, who may or may not have been influenced by Watership Down. Now, over […]

By post-punk.com

Tears for Fears | The Hurting

On March 7th, 1983 the Bath, Somerset New-Wave band, Tears for Fears released their debut studio album The Hurting. The album went No. 1 on the UK Album Charts and reached Platinum status by of January 1985. The album contains Tears For Fears’ first three hit singles: Mad World Change and Pale Shelter And a new version of the band’s […]