The Southern Sounding offers album reviews, track spotlights, film features and other pop culture curiosities.
Chattanooga Film Festival executive director/lead programmer Chris Dortch discusses Joe Bob Briggs, film submissions and the crazy upcoming 6th year of CFF.
"A Quiet Place" is both terrifying and heartfelt, an authentic horror film that crackles with tension and expertly crafted atmosphere.
Director Issa López's beautiful and terrifying new film, "Tigers Are Not Afraid," offers a glimpse into personal tragedy and childhood resilience.
Feral, savage and strangely heartfelt at times, "Lowlife" is a film that must be experienced to truly appreciate its mesmerizing weirdness.
Writer-director Philip Blue discusses his latest film, "A Ghost and the Boy with a Box on His Head," its approach to mental illness and other projects he's working on.
Eli Roth, the man behind “Cabin Fever,” “Hostel,” and “The Green Inferno,” brings audiences a remake no one was asking for.
"The Florida Project" reveals both the desperation and wonder cloaked in the area just outside the glitz and bustle of Disney World.
Alex Garland's latest film, "Annihilation," proves again that he is "a powerhouse writer and director."