Blu-Ray News: “Fortitude” With Stanley Tucci Releases April 21

Fortitude, a psychological thriller headlined by Oscar nominated actor Stanley Tucci (The Lovely Bones) hits Blu-ray and DVD via PBS Distribution on April 21. The series centers on a once idyllic town that is shaken by a brutal murder. It's up to Sheriff Dan Anderssen (Richard Dormer) and forensics expert DCI Morton (Stanley Tucci) to find the … Continue reading Blu-Ray News: “Fortitude” With Stanley Tucci Releases April 21

Failure Unleash “The Heart Is A Monster” LP In June

Fans have been clamoring for a follow-up to Failure's beloved 1996 album Fantastic Planet, those wishes will be realized this summer. The Heart Is A Monster, a new Failure project from the Los Angeles based trio of Ken Andrews, Greg Edwards, and Kellii Scott, comes out June 30. "Trying to follow up 'Fantastic Planet' was a … Continue reading Failure Unleash “The Heart Is A Monster” LP In June

Exclusive: Brooke Adee Talks “The Voice” & Songwriting Passions

Brooke Adee's captivating voice was displayed, to stunning effect, during the Blind Auditions for The Voice with a performance of Bon Iver's "Skinny Love." Now past the Battle Rounds, Adee looks to continue her run with a successful Knockouts performance under the coaching of Blake Shelton. https://youtu.be/u5TCMHN8Ygc Though her indelible voice and telegenic presence is one … Continue reading Exclusive: Brooke Adee Talks “The Voice” & Songwriting Passions

Exclusive: ‘The Voice’ Songbird Lexi Dávila Breaks Through “Comfort Zone”

After her rendition of Selena's hit song "Dreaming of You," Lexi Davila had the hard choice of picking either Adam Levine or Blake Shelton as her coach. After choosing Levine and also advancing through the Battle Rounds, Davila is now primed for the Knockouts. https://youtu.be/WOEQmUZp6vw Admittedly an introspective performer, part of Lexi Dávila's gradual artistic growth comes … Continue reading Exclusive: ‘The Voice’ Songbird Lexi Dávila Breaks Through “Comfort Zone”

Exclusive: “The Voice” Artist Rob Taylor Strives For “Timeless” Music

"I want to be one of those timeless artists," says The Voice singer Rob Taylor. "An artist that they'll listen to 100 years - 200 years from now." https://youtu.be/cMqvYhTjND0   Although that proclamation is ambitious, Taylor is coming from a self-assured and inevitably humble place. He wants his music to live on, and with a bit of help from coach Christina Aguilera and … Continue reading Exclusive: “The Voice” Artist Rob Taylor Strives For “Timeless” Music

TCM Classic Film Festival Is A Movie Lover’s Haven

  Like most impatient people, I simply hate waiting in lines. However, such a seemingly frustrating activity was one of my biggest pleasures at the TCM Classic Film Festival. Along with the plethora of films available at the fest, movie buffs also had the chance to listen or catch a glimpse of actors  Ann-Margret, Dustin … Continue reading TCM Classic Film Festival Is A Movie Lover’s Haven

Stars & Film Lovers Align For TCM Classic Film Festival

The past several days has been a star-studded one if you've traversed Hollywood Boulevard thanks to the TCM Classic Film Festival. Film lovers from all over the world have attended this fest to check out silver screen classics on the big screen as well as meet some of cinema's artistic luminaries. Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer were on … Continue reading Stars & Film Lovers Align For TCM Classic Film Festival

Review: ‘Apartment Troubles’ Is A Fine, Feline Fixated Comedy

Sorry for the alliterative headline, but most of the time I fail to create clever titles. Cleverness, however, isn't lacking in Apartment Troubles, a wry and surprisingly resonant comedy directed and penned by lead actresses Jennifer Prediger (Life of Crime)  and Jess Weixler (The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby). Olivia (Prediger) and Nicole (Weixler) are being kicked out of their unkempt … Continue reading Review: ‘Apartment Troubles’ Is A Fine, Feline Fixated Comedy

Exclusive: Bérénice Marlohe Talks Eternal Love & “5 to 7” Experience

  Opening in theaters April 13, 5 to 7 centers Brian (Anton Yelchin), a struggling New York writer who is romantically involved with Arielle (Bérénice Marlohe) a married woman with a liberated view on relationships. Their bond is immediate (some would say love at first sight), and for two hours a day they continue to fall deeper … Continue reading Exclusive: Bérénice Marlohe Talks Eternal Love & “5 to 7” Experience

Exclusive: Corey Kent White Readies For “The Voice” Knockouts

Country artist Corey Kent White understands that his run on The Voice is an important part of his career path, and having fellow Oklahoman Blake Shelton as his coach has definitely nurtured his creative growth. Performing the Zac Brown Band tune "Chicken Fried" during the Blind Auditions is a sign of things to come for White, who recently talked about … Continue reading Exclusive: Corey Kent White Readies For “The Voice” Knockouts