After the incredible, unprecedented success of female quartet Warpaint’s full-length debut, “The Fool,” back in 2010, expectations were ratcheted up to high heavens for their next album.
When a film premise includes child abduction and human torture, it’s already starting off as dark as humanly possible. It’s hard to imagine it getting much worse.
The lads of Arctic Monkeys have certainly come far from being that same gang of charming, bratty punks sneering about how uncool the squares were.
It never bodes well for a band when they’re putting out what could be accurately described as a “comeback” album only four albums deep into their career.
Grade: C- Verdict: Everybody was talking about kung-fu fighting!The Weinstein Brothers would have you believe that The Grandmaster is nothing less than a non-stop thrill ride boosting heavy martial arts action, intense death-defying sequences, and […]
After nine years, the journey that director and writer Edgar Wright started back in 2004 with his fun little movie about friends, booze, ice cream and zombies (“Sean Of The Dead”), the affectionately fan-named “Blood […]
R.I.P.D. is not, contrary to popular internet opinion, just a rehash of the much more popular MIB franchise (even if the premise of a hip 20-something teaming up with a crotchety white guy in a super-secret […]
Movie review | The Lone RangerIf The Lone Ranger accomplishes anything, it will be proving once and for all that the movie making method of putting Johnny Depp in a funny costume, getting him drunk, […]