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reviewed Beauty and the Beat. March 30, 2011
Beauty and the Beat
Beauty and the Beat is the debut release from The Go Gos. The band started out as a pop-punk band with original members Jane Wiedlin and Belinda Carlisle. After touring for a few years and with three …
reviewed All Summer Long. March 30, 2011
All Summer Long
All Summer Long is a pop rock/concept album about the joy of being a teenager in summer. The songs are about cars, drive-ins, hanging out with friends, soaking up the sun and having fun. Most of the music …
reviewed Smiley Smile. March 30, 2011
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Smiley Smile was one of several albums that came out of the aborted Smile sessions. The album features songs such as "Heroes & Villains", "Good Vibrations", "Vegetables" …
reviewed Black Gangster. March 29, 2011
Black Gangster
Prince, fresh out of prison decides to reclaim what's his and builds a criminal empire. Unfortunately, like all of Donald Goines anti-heroes, the bigger they are the harder they fall. Prince learns that …
reviewed Dancing Backward in High Heels. March 29, 2011
Dancing Backward in High Heels
Dancing Backward in High Heels is the third album from The New York Dolls ver. 2,0 and it's a throwback to the yesteryear of Shangri-La/ The Coasters style of rock n' roll. The lush production …
reviewed Death Wish 4: The Crackdown. March 27, 2011
Death Wish 4: The Crackdown
Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) is back in business, the full-time architect and part-time vigilante dusts off the old hand cannon and polish offs more bad guys when the 80's drug scene hits too close …
reviewed Day of the Dead (2008). March 27, 2011
Day of the Dead (2008)
Day of the Dead was a lousy cash in on the success of the Dawn of the Dead remake. The problem was that not only did they have to reshoot the entire movie and wasted more than a year on the project, the …
reviewed Blackboard Jungle. March 27, 2011
Blackboard Jungle
Blackboard Jungle is about and idealistic teacher (Glen Ford) who has a job teaching at one of the worst schools in the city. His unruly students led by Artie (Vic Morrow) and company drive the teacher …
reviewed Mahogany. March 27, 2011
Mahogany was suppose to be the biggest film of Diana Ross' career and it was going to make Motown a Hollywood player in the film industry, Sadly, the movie did neither but it left us with this entertaining-as-a-car-w …
reviewed 28 Days Later. March 27, 2011
28 Days Later... (2002)
28 Days Later...is a film about a mutated bio-weapon that is released from a lab that infects people with a nasty virus that turns them homicidal. The isle of Britain has become quarantined and only a …
reviewed The Fighter (2010 film). March 27, 2011
The Fighter
The Fighter is a bio-pic about two brothers Micky Ward (Mark Wahlberg) and Dicky Eklund (Christian Bale).   Micky is a club fighter who's career is marred by being in a tough weight class, …
reviewed The Driver's Seat. March 25, 2011
The Driver's Seat
The Driver's Seat AKA Identikit is an Italian film that starred Elizabeth Taylor as a mentally disturbed woman who slums around Europe, dresses in gaudy euro trash clothes, applies a paint bucket …
reviewed Street Players. March 14, 2011
Street Players
Street Players is about a a pimp name Earl and the trouble he suffers because of an disgruntled former employee named Fay. Earl doesn't take too kindly when one of his "ladies" causes too much drama causing …
reviewed Cry Revenge. March 14, 2011
Cry Revenge
Cry Revenge is about two friends who are always scheming about ways to make a fast buck. Curtis is the smarter of the two and after they beat some Chicanos in a game of dice, he decides to use his wining …
reviewed Daddy Cool. March 14, 2011
Daddy Cool
Daddy Cool is a novel about an aging hit man, his problematic social life and conscience. He has lived a good life, icing people for money and his side projects keep his life busy. But the rebellious …
reviewed Donald Goines. March 14, 2011
Donald Goines
Donald Goines was a one-of-a-kind writer. He learned his craft whilst in prison. Growing up in poverty and an abuser of drugs (mostly heroin), Goines documented life in the inner cities in the 16 novels …
reviewed Fist of Fury. March 13, 2011
Fist of Fury
Fist of Fury stars Bruce Lee as Chen Zhen, an angry young man who possesses a dangerous punch called the "fist of fury". Once he's in fighting mode, the kid can't stop. Arriving at the …
reviewed The Big Boss. March 13, 2011
The poster for The Big Boss
The Big Boss aka The Fists of Fury was the feature film debut of Bruce Lee in a lead role. Earlier in life, Bruce Lee was a child actor and star. Years later whilst in a America, he became a Martial Arts …
Thriller -- A Cruel Picture (Thriller -- En Grym Film)
They Called Her One Eye is the international dubbed R-Rated version of Thriller-A Cruel Picture. I actually preferred this version of the film because it focuses more on the action and exploitativeness …
reviewed Beach Red. March 12, 2011
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Movies like Beach Red are those that go unnoticed unless a major film production "borrows" certain elements. themes and imagery from them. Cornel Wilde made this gut punching WWII action film …
reviewed No Blade of Grass. March 12, 2011
No Blade of Grass
No Blade of Grass is your typical entertaining cheesy sci-fi film. The movie is about a worldwide disaster that causes grain to die off. At first the pandemic is contained in Asia but soon it spreads …
reviewed The Black Album. March 12, 2011
The Damned's fourth album cover
The Damned S/T aka The Black Album is two disc of pure entertainment. The story behind the album being two disc is an interesting one. Captain Sensible is a huge fan of Soft Machine Sixth and wanted an …
reviewed Earthquake Weather. March 12, 2011
Earthquake Weather
Joe Strummer, the former front man of The Clash and one of the last true rock n' rollers was wandering around the music World after the break up of his band. Briefly he was a member of The Pogues and …
reviewed Cause I Sez So. March 12, 2011
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Cause I Sez So is the second album from the New York Dolls Ver. 2.0. The blues inspired music makes this disc seem like more of a solo David Johansen project instead of a proper Dolls' album. A remake …
reviewed Otis Redding. March 11, 2011
Otis Redding
Otis Redding is the most underrated live performer. If you want to see the best performance ever by a rock star then check out Redding's appearance at the Monterey Pop festival. Backed up by Booker T …
reviewed The Slits. March 11, 2011
The Slits
The Slits were a punk group fronted by a 14 year old Ari-Up. Their style of music was basic, fast and loud. Over the next few years the band (along with a revolving door of several members) changed their …
reviewed Seagulls. March 10, 2011
Seagulls are awesome. The hang around my apartment waste bins and clean up the garbage and look so majestic in flight. I really enjoy taking photographs of them. People dislike them but I prefer them …
reviewed They Thirst. March 10, 2011
They Thirst
They Thirst is the fourth novel written by Robert McCammon. The novel at first comes across as a Salem's Lot knock-off but after reading the first chapter it's much more than that. A creepy centuries …
reviewed Maude. March 10, 2011
Maude is a product of the seventies. Maude Findlay (Beatrice Arthur) is a liberated middle aged woman who's on her fourth marriage to a small business owner Walter (Bill Macy). The couple live wither …
reviewed Fly. March 10, 2011
Fly is a two disc album from Yoko Ono (aided and abetted by John Lennon, Klaus Voorman, Ringo Starr and Eric Clapton). The album, much like most of Yoko Ono's discography is vastly underrated. Her experimental …
reviewed Oatman, Arizona. March 10, 2011
Oatman, Arizona
Oatman, Arizona is a small town I visited during my trip to look for wild donkeys in Nevada and Arizona. I saw a few along the way in the desert. I have read about Oatman for the past two years and I …
reviewed Saw VII 3D. March 10, 2011
Saw VII 3D
Saw 3D is supposed to be the final chapter in the series. Released at the theaters in 3D (but not on video) the film wraps up the entire series in a bloody finale that is filled with dark humor and the …
reviewed Friday the 13th, Part 3 3D. March 10, 2011
Friday the 13th, Part 3 3D
Friday the 13th Part 3D was the second sequel in the first run of the Friday the 13th franchise. During the early 80's 3D film making was under going a renaissance of sorts. Unlike the technique used …
reviewed How to Destroy Angels (EP). March 10, 2011
How to Destroy Angels (EP)
How to Destroy Angels (S/T) is a fantastic collection of songs. The vocals of Mariqueen Maandig (Trent Reznor's better half) along with the production of Reznor and Atticus Ross showcases not only the …
reviewed One Second After. March 10, 2011
One Second After
One Second After is a novel with an interesting premise that is ruined by lazy writing (too many pop culture references), xeroxing of better novels (Lucifer's Hammer says hi!) and politics (okay we get …
reviewed The Road (book). March 10, 2011
The Road
The Road by Cormac McCarthy is a grim novel about surviving a post apocalyptic World and the relationship between a father and son. How the World ended is never mentioned but the fact that it has and …
reviewed Lucifer's Hammer. March 10, 2011
Lucifer's Hammer
Lucifer's Hammer is a product of it's time. Written during the seventies, the book incorporates the pop culture of it's time, the attitudes of the races and politics of the era. But the theme and interesting …
reviewed Bee Gees' 1st. March 10, 2011
Bee Gees' 1st
Bee Gees' 1st was the international debut release of The Bee Gees. The trio released a couple of albums in Australia before recording this psychedelic pop album. Pop music was filled with psychedelic …
reviewed Lady Snowblood. August 21, 2010
Lady Snowblood
Lady Snowblood is an ultra-violent Japanese revenge film that was based upon a manga of the same name. The film is about Yuki, a woman who was born with vengeance in her blood.  She is a trained …
reviewed Swan Song by Robert R. McCammon. August 16, 2010
Swan Song by Robert R. McCammon
Swan Song is in my top five favorite books about the post-apocalypse.  It's a simple tale about good versus evil and the struggle to survive in a world after a nuclear holocaust.  The huge …
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