Posted on May 13 2017 - 4:00am by
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A Neo-Nazi in a black leather trench coat runs around a graveyard, vandalizing headstones with swastikas and slurs. Suddenly, the dead stand up from behind those stones. Spooked, he runs away. The ghosts then talk amongst themselves, and with the audience. They tell the tragic stories of their deaths, and how they were persecuted for their religion or their sexuality....

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Comments Off on 10+ memes of the gentle creatures we love so much make us laugh. Can you resist?

It’s a mix of comedy and cuteness when pets get into mischief. I am not sure what it is about these memes of pets, but they make me chuckle and occasionally have me cracking up for hours to come. My favorites are dogs and cats. I have written about them many times before. I think animals are wonderful creatures that love unconditionally. They also do some of...

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Comments Off on But what really happens in the women’s bathroom?

Unlike most short film directors you come across on the festival circuit, the work of Isabella Wing-Davey isn’t of the poorly-held camera and poor student acting variety. Her work is both impeccably produced and impeccably cast; her last short, which I caught at the Athena Film Festival earlier this year, was a mini-period drama called The Rain Collector and...

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Comments Off on Review | SHAED shatter glass at Music Hall of Williamsburg

Let’s cut to the chase: SHAED‘s lead Chelsea Lee is a rock singer. Underneath the plastic, synthesized moodiness and body-dragging percussion, she possesses a voice as cutting as Amy Lee’s and as earth-shattering as Lzzy Hale’s. Pronounced “shade,” the band performed before a raucous crowd at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on...

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Comments Off on Interview | JAKE McMULLEN on new ‘Giving Up’ EP, Arthur Russell and genre labels

“I don’t think it’s good trying to fit yourself into one box to please somebody,” says the Nashville-based singer, songwriter and musician. Jake McMullen‘s thick vocal is blurry-eyed and smeared, certainly not everyone’s cup of tea. But he uses it to great effect; his skills for interpreting heart-rending, classical themes of...

Posted on May 12 2017 - 4:02am by
Comments Off on Review | HARRY STYLE’S self-titled LP is an intimate look into the man himself

Harry Styles’ first solo embark is here – and it’s the first real taste of who he, not as a member of One Direction but as a real person, is. It’s safe to say we know Harry Styles (with know being a subjective term here, as far as you’re able to know someone you’ll never meet). We know he’s in the top five of the UK’s...

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Comments Off on Premiere | Trevor James Tillery hypnotizes with “Immortalize”

“This song is from the outside looking in,” says Nashville singer, songwriter and pop musician. There are certain artists who can touch anything and turn it into gold (or better yet, platinum). Nashville upstart Trevor James Tillery exemplifies the bubbly progressive pop budding up in Music City this year. His debut EP, 2016’s In Moonlight, is...

Posted on May 11 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Review | Alien Covenant

Alien: Covenant has put the fun back in the Alien franchise. Prometheus, with its pacing issues and convoluted plot is a distant memory. Here we follow the crew of the Covenant, a colony ship, dispatched from Earth to terraform and populate a new world. The ship is hit by a freak accident, awaking the crew from hyper-sleep. Whilst conducting repairs they receive a...

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Comments Off on How Colbert continues to dominate late night even after #FireColbert

Despite the hashtag, Stephen Colbert remains at the top of the late night world by playing to his strengths. I think we can all agree it’s been a bit of a strange week for Stephen Colbert. The late night host found himself at the center of an internet controversy when his monologue on May 1st culminated in a tirade of comedic insults against President Trump....

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Comments Off on Review: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

Guy Ritchie is a filmmaker who excels within his wheelhouse: character-driven, quick-paced, action comedies. This obviously includes British gangster faire, which he is notorious for, but is by no means limited to it. Take, for instance, Sherlock Holmes. A big blockbuster movie, but one that played to all his strengths: character-driven, fast, and funny. A few action...

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