Victorian Halls Releases Trippy #MusicVideo for Come in with the Storm

Chicago’s Victorian Halls just released a new music video to complement the single “Come in with the Storm” from their theatrical rock-pop sophomore album, Hyperalgesia, that just hit everywhere online and in the store. The album features the mixing talents of Joe Chiccarelli (Strokes, US, Beck). The video is not for closed minds or those easily offended.

Bordering on Bad Behavior, an Irreverent Look at the Mideast Conflict



Lessons to be learned in this little film about the Middle East that captures the issues and points out the problems. The solution may not be possible, but getting to it looks like the filmmaker had a whole lot of fun. The dramedy features a fine cast, able direction and a pie-in-the-sky story that may not be too farfetched. Open up your mind and sit back while you watch a truly wicked Bordering on Bad Behavior. Read more

Steve Jobs, Theatrical First Look

Check out the new image and trailer first look for the upcoming Steve Jobs movie, due out in theaters October 9, 2015.

Set backstage at three iconic product launches and ending in 1998 with the unveiling of the iMac, Steve Jobs takes us behind the scenes of the digital revolution to paint an intimate portrait of the brilliant man at its epicenter. Read more

Zendaya Celebrates Material Girl’s New Launch at Macy’s with Fans

Zendaya, actress and singer, celebrated the launch of Material Girl’s new Summer collection at Macy’s this past Saturday, May 16 at the Macy’s South Coast Plaza. She was gracious enough to snap photos with fans during a meet and greet. She also took to the DJ booth. Zendaya gave fans, who were unable to attend, a look at her Material Girl summer wardrobe must-haves during a Instagram takeover shopping spree. Read more

COPS: Wildest Chases, Crime Reality TV on DVD

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Spike TV has released a collection of what they call COPS: Wildest Chases on DVD. The series of cable episodes involves police units across the nation as they respond to calls involving various crimes and misdemeanors. From domestic issues to burglaries, the DVD runs around 2 hours and thirty minutes without commercial interruption.

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Stars Shine at the CW’s Upfront Party at Park Avenue Spring

Celebrating the new upcoming television series on the CW, many of the shows’ stars attended the Upfront Party at Park Avenue Spring in New York City. Everyone from Chris Wood, Ian Somerhalder and  Paul Wesley from  the Vampire Diaries and Claudia Black (The Originals, Farscape) to Arthur Darvill (Broadchurch),  Adelaide Kane (Reign) and Rose McIver (iZombie). The list goes on as did the fun during this glittering bash.  Read more

Chris Wood to Star in Upcoming Series Containment on the CW

Shedding his evil skin from his portrayal of Kai in the Vampire Diaries, Chris Wood will embark on a new journey in the new CW TV series Containment. In it, he actually plays one of the good guys for a change! The show centers around a mysterious and deadly epidemic that breaks out in Atlanta, GA. There a vast urban quarantine is quickly enforced, forcing those stuck on the inside to fight for their lives while local and federal officials desperately search for a cure. Read more

The Intern Takes the Old Out of “Senior” Perceptions

Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway star in the upcoming film The Intern. In this film, De Niro portrays Ben Whittaker, a 70 year-old man looking to kick-start his life again after retirement and the loss of his wife. He takes a chance to get back in the game by becoming a senior intern for an online fashion website that is founded and run by Jules Ostin (Hathaway). Read more

Will Kai Get What He Deserves on the Season Finale of the Vampire Diaries?

Tomorrow is the last episode Nina Dobrev will breathe life into Elena Gilbert on the Vampire Diaries. For some this will be a terrible loss as her character has played a pivotal role throughout most of the series. This brings to question  — what will they do to replace her on the show so it doesn’t suck (no pun intended) next season? Read more

Tangerines, the Madness of War


Bitter enemies face off in the film Tangerines, a war film set in Estonia. Set on a small scale the movie’s message gives it vast meaning. Extremely well-acted, directed and depicted, this heartfelt little production shows what other meaningful films do even better about the pointlessness of war. One of the five nominated Foreign Language Films at the 87th Academy Award a more than worthy to be among the best.

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Mad Max: Fury Road, a Blazing Action Film


My job is to see movies and give my opinion so my readers will know the good, bad and ugly before plunking down the dough to see them. After seeing Mad Max: Fury Road, I’m ready to see it again. This time I’m headed for an IMAX theater so I can get all the sounds and visuals of this action packed film up close. Call me a movie nut, but when it comes to films that go over the edge for their audience, I’m there!

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