Remembering Stan Lee
Nov 15th '18

Remembering Stan Lee

Stan Lee, the man who made Marvel, recently passed away at the age of 95. He was bright, bombastic, and controversial—but above all, he was a legend. Born Stanley Lieber in Manhattan in 1922, Stan would go on to be one of the most prolific figures in comics history. He joined the industry in 1939, […]

The Spice Girls Reunite, Again.

The Spice Girls Reunite, Again.

No, this is not clickbait to announce that the Spice Girls are back for the first time since their brief 2012 reemergence. After a generous offer of £10 million each to embark on a variety of projects such as TV shows, ‘A Greatest Hits’ compilation and other endorsements, our favorite British girl band is reuniting once again. […]

Unreleased Prince Tracks Are Coming Soon

Unreleased Prince Tracks Are Coming Soon

We’re two years removed from the death of the music known as Prince, and the appetite for more Prince hasn’t lost a step. The vault belonging to the cultural icon/ the legend/ the mystery, supposedly contains albums of unreleased music, documentaries, never seen footage, and pretty much anything that would make a Prince fan foam […]

CONTROL FOREVER 2018

CONTROL FOREVER 2018

We are the modern optic. Control Forever Is a digital publication, concentrated on the incubation and growth of expression through the examination of popular culture and it’s periphery. Creatives working from the theoretical standpoint that the past informs the future, a continued commitment to taking apart pockets of culture and putting them back together.

JAMES CAMERON VS. TECHNOLOGY Volume 1

JAMES CAMERON VS. TECHNOLOGY Volume 1

James Cameron burst onto the scene in 1984 with The Terminator, and two years later in 1986 he released his second feature, ALIENS (to pretty much near-unanimous praise); thus Cameron had already begun a love/hate relationship with technology. As a storyteller and a director, he was well aware of the possibilities of technology, both as […]