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Posted on May 31 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on WATCH | Niall Horan pays tribute to Manchester tragedy on ‘The Today Show’

“I would like to dedicate it to the people who lost their lives in Manchester last week,” the singer said. Regardless where Directioners’ loyalties lie (when all’s said and done), they are anything but fickle. Coming out in throngs to The Today Show bright and wide-eyed on Monday morning (May 29), fans showed their unconditional support for...

Posted on May 31 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on REVIEW | ‘Pop Punk High’, the rocking high school you wish you were cool enough to be lame at…

Do you remember pop punk? Did you love it? Did you listen to Blink 182, Sum 41, Green Day, and/or Newfound Glory? Did you skateboard? If you couldn’t skateboard, did you play Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater? Were you angsty, torn up and angry about nothing in particular? If any or all of these are the case, then Pop Punk High is a show that you are going to love....

Posted on May 30 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Popdust Monday Mix #12: Boston Calling

Another Boston Calling has come and gone. This year’s iteration of the iconic Beantown festival was held at the Harvard Athletic Complex, and the weekend was packed with the best of the best in music from Icelandic icons Sigur Rós to Chance the Rapper and rising Brooklyn indie rockers Vundabar. Not to be eclipsed by the absolutely insane lineup, all three nights...

Posted on May 30 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on REVIEW | Doctor Who takes on the ‘The Pyramid at the End of the World’

Last week’s episode, Extremis, set up a cliffhanger that we all knew would be difficult to pay off. With the impending threat of an evil monk invasion, and the realization that they have knowledge of future events derived from ridiculously accurate computer simulations, the stage was set for a let down. Historically, Doctor Who has done this a few times (Sound...

Posted on May 30 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on REVIEW | “The Square” and its confusing Palme d’Or win

When watching the press coverage for “The Square” from this year’s Cannes FIlm Festival, you will see a video entitled “I like horrifyingly awkward moments,” quoting Director Ruben Östlund. Awkward doesn’t even begin to describe the experience of watching “The Square.” It stars Claes Bang as Christian, the incredibly...

Posted on May 30 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on REVIEW | “The Killing of a Sacred Deer” should’ve won the Palme d’Or at Cannes

Walk into “The Killing of a Sacred Deer” knowing that this has been called the “scariest movie” for director Yorgos Lanthimos yet and you might be fearful, but only be with good measure. For fans of Lanthimos’s 2015 film “The Lobster,” the idea of strange universes is nothing new — nor is seeing Colin Farrell navigating...

Posted on May 30 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on REVIEW | “Jupiter’s Moon” makes strides at Cannes Film Festival

“Europa” is the smallest of Jupiter’s moon, has a tenuous atmosphere mostly composed of oxygen, and was discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei. These facts are presented across a black screen to open up Kornél Mundruczó‘s follow-up to his 2014 Un Certain Regard-winning film “White God.” This is one of the many themes that is picked...

Posted on May 30 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on WATCH | Joel Taylor’s soulful “Two Sides” music video, directed by Courteney Cox

“I wanted to create something simple and organic that would capture Joel as a player,” shares Cox about the clip. We all have two sides. One that is strong and resilient, and the other that is unequivocally vulnerable and meager. Singer-songwriter Joel Taylor, born and bred in Sydney, Australia, tries valiantly “to find the answers that just can’t...

Posted on May 30 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on LISTEN | You’re gonna be addicted to Skinny Days’ “The One That Got Away,” featuring Emilie Adams

“It is a song that mixes melancholy and feel-good in an interesting way,” the duo says about their new club hit. There’s no use putting it off any longer. Skinny Days are barreling down the track, full-steam ahead, whether you are actually ready or not. The producer duo, composed of Dag Holtan-Hartwig and Halvor Folstad, have built a magnificent...

Posted on May 29 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on REVIEW | “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” will succeed despite debut at Cannes Film Festival

Aliens, romance, punk-aesthetic: John Cameron Mitchell‘s latest really does have something for everyone, except maybe the critics at Cannes. Being called the biggest “dud” at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival by some, “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” brings Elle Fanning and Nicole Kidman together in their second film of the festival to retell...

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