Interviews

Former Misfits Vocalist Michale Graves talks “Beginning of the End” tour

Michale Graves is a singer/actor who first burst onto the music scene as the front-man for the mid 1990’s reincarnation of the seminal punk rock band The Misfits.

Tetrarch guitarist Diamond Rowe talks about the bands new album “Freak”

The Atlanta, GA based Nu-Metalcore band Tetrarch are set to release a brand new full-length album on September 29th titled “Freak”.

Bruce Campbell Talks About His New Book and His Traveling Game Show

Bruce Campbell is probably best known for his role of Ash in the “Evil Dead” films and TV series, but has also turned in fine performances in many films

Jerry Pearce Talks About the Great American Songbook

Media Mikes talks with talented Jerry Pearce who’s about to make his debut in New York City

The Cast and Director of Netflix’s Okja

Director Bong Joon Ho joined Tilda Swinton and the rest of the cast of Okja to talk about this imaginative feature from Netflix.

Singer Michael Monroe Talks New Compilation Album “The Best”

Legendary Hanoi Rocks singer and solo artist Michael Monroe is set to release “The Best” a 2 disc retrospective compilation showcasing tracks from the Finish rockers 10 album solo career.

M.O.D. Vocalist Billy Milano Talks About the Bands New Album “Busted, Broke & American”

Billy Milano is the outspoken vocalist for the legendary hardcore/thrash band M.O.D. On July 7th the group will release its 10th full-length studio album titled “Busted, Broke & American”.

Waylon Reavis discusses his new band A Killers Confession

Former Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis has returned with an exciting new band, A Killer’s Confession.

Tim Thomerson talks about his new film “Asylum of Darkness” and some of old favorites

While promoting his latest film, “Asylum of Darkness,” Mr. Thomerson took the time to talk about his long career

CKY Bassist Matt Deis Discuss The Bands New Album “The Phoenix”.

Matt Deis is the bassist for the recently reformed CKY. The band is set to release a brand new album on June 16th titled “The Phoenix” and will performing on this year’s Warped Tour.

Night Flight Orchestra Guitarist David Andersson talks “Amber Galatic”

Guitarist David Andersson is probably best known for his work with the Scandinavian metal band Soilwork a band which he has been a part of since 2012.

STRIFE Guitarist Andrew Kline talks about 20th Anniversary of “In This Defiance”.

The iconic Los Angeles hardcore band STRIFE is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their landmark second LP “In This Defiance”.

Chris Gethard: Career Suicide

We spoke with comedians Chris Gethard, Pete Holmes and NPR moderator Ira Glass about Gethard’s new HBO Special, Chris Gethard: Career Suicide

TFF 2017: Executive Producers of “The Handmaid’s Tale”

The executive producer and showrunner on Hulu’s new series hit the red carpet to discuss the bold adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel: “I think it’s entertaining but it’s pretty damn powerful, so fasten your seatbelt.”

“Genius” Red Carpet at Tribeca Film Festival

Three of the stars of Ron Howard’s “Genius” spoke with us at the Tribeca Film Festival

Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac and “The Promise”

Director Terry George (Hotel Rwanda) joined cast members Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac, James Cromwell, Angela Sarafyan and Charlotte Le Bon to discuss their drama set amidst the Armenian genocide.

Jeff Caudill talks about his new EP “Reset the Sun”.

Former Gameface front man Jeff Caudill is back with a new EP titled “Reset the Sun”.

Guitarist Brian Bell talks about The Relationship’s new album “Clara Obscura”.

Brian Bell is most notably known as the rhythm guitarist of the band Weezer, a group he has been a part of since 1993.

Stefan White talks about the upcoming Battle4KC LifeSaver “Star Wars” battle

Media Mikes talks with Stefan White about the epic Battle4KC LifeSaver “Star Wars” Battle to benefit Children’s Mercy Hospital’s Cystic Fibrosis Center

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Art/Theatre

Kansas City Theater Review: “Motown the Musical”

A step back into one of the most important parts of musical history, “Motown” is an amazing homage to the music most of us grew up listening to

Enter to Win Tickets to Disney On Ice Presents “Dare to Dream” in Orlando, FL

This giveaway will remain open until August 30th

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Film Reviews

Film Review: “Home Again”

The only thing missing from the 97-minute sitcom-esque “Home Again” is a canned laugh track, applause and other phony audience reactions

Film Review: “IT”

Based on the popular novel by the master of horror himself, Stephen King, “IT” is a terrifying journey through childhood

Film Review: “Goon: Last of the Enforcers”

Not sure if anyone was clamoring for a sequel but one has arrived. And it’s not too bad.

Film Review: “Good Time”

“Good Time” is a gritty character piece for Robert Pattinson, who gives a subdued, yet enthralling performance

Film Review: “The Hitman’s Bodyguard”

“The Hitman’s Bodyguard” is a surprisingly entertaining (sometimes) film, but overall is a mess

Film Review: “The Glass Castle”

“The Glass Castle” is rarely boring and is a sometimes interesting, if not derivative, soap opera

Film Review: “Step”

To see these teenage girls being forced to grow up in such harsh conditions and to strive for positivity in the face of hopelessness is one of the most inspiring things an American documentary has shown in years

Film Review “A Ghost Story”

I have a feeling this might be a film to benefit from multiple viewings but I don’t think that I could make it through a second time here

Film Review: “Atomic Blonde”

Charlize Theron’s recent run of action films, like “Mad Max” and “Fate of the Furious” are commendable. But “Atomic Blonde” is more bark than bite

Film Review “Atomic Blonde”

Has some great moments of action, but never goes all-in.

Film Review “Dunkirk”

The film is beautifully shot, and the musical score by Hans Zimmer accompanies the on-screen action perfectly. That being said, I expected a lot more action in what was being sold in the trailers as a “war film.”

Film Review: “War for the Planet of the Apes”

If this is the final film in the series it’s going out on top. Hail Caesar!

Film Review: “Spider-Man: Homecoming”

A fine addition to the Marvel Movie Universe, “Spider-man: Homecoming” is one of the best in the series

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Music

Former Misfits Vocalist Michale Graves talks “Beginning of the End” tour

Michale Graves is a singer/actor who first burst onto the music scene as the front-man for the mid 1990’s reincarnation of the seminal punk rock band The Misfits.

GWAR Delivers “State of The Union” and Drops New Song “El Presidente”

The countdown is on as GWAR gets ready to release their bone-crushing, corpse-grinding new opus “The Blood of Gods” out October 20th via Metal Blade Records.

Tetrarch guitarist Diamond Rowe talks about the bands new album “Freak”

The Atlanta, GA based Nu-Metalcore band Tetrarch are set to release a brand new full-length album on September 29th titled “Freak”.

Blu-ray Review: “Hype!” Collectors Edition

If you have never seen “Hype!” now is your chance as you will get to see not only the original film but a ton of extra footage which was really adds to the release.

CD Review: Motorhead “Under Cover”

It doesn’t matter if you are a Motorhead fan or not as the group’s latest release is the kind of album you can throw on at a party and please just about everyone.

GHOUL: Masked Villains Of Creepsylvania Announce Mammoth North American Fall Tour With GWAR

The planet’s most beloved villains of Creepsylvania, GHOUL, will take to the streets again this fall on a mega live takeover supporting GWAR beginning October 20th

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Books

Book Review: “Flickering Treasures: Rediscovering Baltimore’s Forgotten Movie Theaters”

“Flickering Treasures: Rediscovering Baltimore’s Forgotten Movie Theaters” is a true labor of love by author Amy Davis

Bruce Campbell Talks About His New Book and His Traveling Game Show

Bruce Campbell is probably best known for his role of Ash in the “Evil Dead” films and TV series, but has also turned in fine performances in many films

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