Interviews

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

Singer Amy Lee of Evanescence talks about her new single “Speak to Me”

Amy Lee is the co-founder/leader singer for the Grammy Award winning rock group Evanescence.

Guitarist Alex Grossi talks Maps to the Hollywood Scars and their new EP “Vol. 1”

Alex Grossi is one of the busiest guitarists in today’s music scene. Some of his projects include the bands Beautiful Creatures, Hookers and Blow, Hotel Diablo and most notably Quiet Riot which he joined in 2003.

Louis Theroux on “My Scientology Movie”

Louis Theroux, John Dower and Andrew Perez on their new documentary: “The fact is that you could really make a full time job of kind of reading the stuff that comes out on Scientology. The challenge in a way is to not kind of sink into the quagmire…there’s so many threads that you can follow”

Vincent D’Onofrio talks about his new film “In Dubious Battle”

Vincent D’Onofrio talks about his new film “In Dubious Battle,” collaborating with Stanley Kubrick and what he’s working on next

A Conversation with “Life Interrupted” creator Steven Wishnoff

If you are a fan of 70’s television, and the stars that made it so memorable, get ready for a new program, available on YouTube, called “Life Interrupted”

Talking “The Phantom of the Opera” with Trista Moldovan

Trista Moldovan talks with MediaMikes about returning to “The Phantom of the Opera” as Carlotta

Indie Film Director Patrick Rea Talks About “Arbor Demon”

Director/Writer Patrick Rea talks about his latest film, “Arbor Demon,” and his other upcoming projects

Heath Fields of Shallow Side talks about the bands new EP “One”

Voted by Loudwire.com as “Best New Artist of the Year” Alabama rockers Shallow Side have just released a brand new six track EP titled “One”.

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Art/Theatre

Theatre Review “Finding Neverland” @ Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts – Orlando, FL

For just a few short hours, I hung on every line and every lyric of the dialogue and song that projected towards me from the stage.

Theater Review: Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” – Kansas City, MO

Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” largely delivers, though not without a few questions.

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Film Reviews

Film Review: “47 Meters Down”

A Nyctophobian Thriller, “47 Meters Down is blessed with mostly solid performances and very impressive CGI effects

Film Review: “Rough Night”

“Rough Night” is more or less the female version of movies like “The Hangover,” which isn’t a bad thing, but it lacks creative originality

Film Review “Cars 3”

#Cars3 was better than the second that’s for sure. More heart like the first but doesn’t deliver much till the end. Cruz Ramierz definitely steals the show.

Film Review: “It Comes at Night”

“It Comes at Night” captures the very essence of humanity’s last gasp and struggling with death

Film Review “The Mummy (2017)”

“The Mummy” is a non-stop action packed, scary as hell must see Summer flick! Do not miss this film!

Film Review: “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

If “Captain Underpants” does want to play with the big boys of DC and Marvel, it certainly has the groundwork laid out.

Film Review: “Wonder Woman”

A little over-padded at an almost two and a half-hour running time, “Wonder Woman” may finally be the Warner Bro’s/DC Comics film that is both fun to watch and full of some exciting action

Film Review: “Chuck”

Liev Schreiber is outstanding as the title character, but he also has a great supporting cast in “Chuck”

Film Review: “Baywatch”

Consistently funny with a few slow spots, “Baywatch” thankfully follows the formula that other television-shows-to-movies like “21 Jump Street” have in that it doesn’t take itself TOO seriously

Film Review “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”

I would honestly recommend seeing this film just to watch Javier Bardem’s performance

Film Review: “Everything, Everything”

Despite its flawed, cop-out ending, “Everything, Everything” finds it’s sensibilities in the relationship that develops between the leads

Film Review: “Alien: Covenant”

Fassbender’s performance is captivating and haunting at times, but “Covenant” adds nothing new to the “Alien” franchise

Film Review: Rammstein “Rammstein: Paris”

Being no stranger to Rammstein’s concert films featuring the bands over the top theatrics I was very eager to check out the band’s latest release “Paris”. Needless to say I was not disappointed.

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Music

CD Review: Bad Cop Bad Cop “Warriors”

Bad Cop/Bad Cop are living proof that good can come out of a bad situation and the group’s latest offering “Warriors” is a fitting testament to that statement.

Foo Fighters “Concrete and Gold” Available for Pre-Order

“Concrete and Gold” Available now for Pre-Order. Cal Jam 17 set for Oct. 7th.

CD Review: Doyle II “As We Die”

Though I found the guitar hooks to be less prominent this time around Doyle’s latest offering is still everything you would expect from the annihilator wielding beast.

GWAR To Embark On The “Vans’ Warped Tour” Tomorrow; New Album Details Revealed!

For the first time ever, Antarctic Alien Overlords GWAR will hit the road beginning tomorrow as part of the “Vans’ Warped Tour.”

Queens of the Stone Age Announce New Album “Villians”

“The title Villains isn’t a political statement. It has nothing to do with Trump or any of that shit. It’s simply 1) a word that looks fantastic and 2) a comment on the three versions of every scenario: yours, mine and what actually happened.”

HIM Announce Bang & Whimper Final Tour 2017

Finnish rock giants HIM have announced the Bang & Whimper Tour 2017, closing the final chapter on their 26-year career.

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Books

Book Review: “From Cradle to Stage: Stories From the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars” by Virginia Hanlon Grohl

The candid firsthand accounts are what really kept me turning page after page. “From Cradle to Stage” is a fun, fast read unlike any biography I have come across before.

Book Review “Nella the Princess Knight” by Christine Ricci

I would recommend the book for sure…and if you haven’t discovered the show my daughter would highly recommend it.

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