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Single Review: Meghan Trainor – All About That Bass

Meghan Trainor has seem to come out of nowhere with her single All About That Bass, one that could possibly be a late summer jam. Packed with clapping, a prominent bass and many other instruments lay a great foundation for an insanely catchy song. Meghan Trainor brings a voice that’s similar to the late Amy Winehouse and that makes her unique
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Single Review: Anberlin – Stranger Ways

Anberlin are an alternative rock band out of Winter Haven. Stranger Ways is the first single off their seventh and final LP Lowborn. The album is already out now and has received critical acclaim. The single is very classic Anberlin. The single has a great melody and chorus that feels hummable but the overall track
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Film Review: Let’s Be Cops

Puppies in the rain. A jilted lover waiting by the phone. Alanis Morissette trying to be ironic. Sad things all, but nothing compares to the sadness of a tepid R-rated comedy. With studios eager to please the widest audience possible, an R-rating is like the rarest of gems. It’s like finding an ancient $20 bill
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Film Review: A Most Wanted Man

Perhaps some stories are just too realistic to translate from page to screen. Though Anton Corbijn’s new espionage thriller, A Most Wanted Man, deftly portrays the minutiae of John le Carré’s source novel, it lacks the cinematic punch to keep it interesting. It has some exceptional components, including a strong performance from Philip Seymour Hoffman
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Album Review: Celtic Frost – To Mega Therion

If Morbid Tales was Celtic Frost cementing their place in the post-Hellhammer world as a legitimate outfit with a deathly splattering of depraved thrashing extremity, To Mega Therion was the moment they really threw down the gauntlet to every other band who had the audacity to call themselves “heavy”. Go to your collection of 1980s
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Film Review: Chef

It’s always refreshing to see filmmakers committing themselves s0 deeply to personal projects. Jon Favreau writes, directs, and stars in Chef, and he most certainly cooks. Not only does Favreau make you hungry, he also crafts a touching story about re-connecting with the people we sometimes neglect. It’s like a leisurely dinner with friends on
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Single Review: The Color Morale – Suicide, Stigma

The Color Morale are a metalcore/hardcore punk band that’s been releasing solid music since ’09 and they’ve really been a little higher on everyone’s radar since the album they released last year Know Hope. Now they’re planning to follow that up with an album to be released in September called Pain Ends. The second single off
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Album Review: Judas Priest – Redeemer of Souls

Judas Priest aren’t one of the many classic metal bands that people love to put in the “fine wine” category. They haven’t gotten better with age, and their defining moments remain within the 1976-1990 period. What they have done to their credit is adapted. What do you do when your iconic frontman leaves and you replace
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Film Review: Blue Ruin

Sometimes the simplest stories are the best stories. Blue Ruin is the simple story of one man’s inevitable march to the execution chamber. It’s raw and elemental, as if we’ve been transported back to the beginning of some ancient blood feud. And yet, there is a quiet beauty to it. Not reverence, perhaps, but a
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Hot Links! for July 23, 2014

Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 Gets Release Date via Bleeding Cool You’ll have to wait an extra year to see Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow again. Disney, who was originally eyeing a summer 2016 release, has slotted the fifth installment of their Pirates of the Caribbean franchise in for July 7, 2017.   Space
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