After sending some of The Voice competitions top vocalists onto the live shows, the coaches are back for Round 2 of the Knockout Rounds. But with it being an hour show, we only see three battles this evening, with Teams Blake, Adam and Alicia all sending vocalists forward. So, without further adieu, let’s get into our recap. Continue reading ‘The Voice’ Knockout Rounds, Night 2: Going Deep, Ranking High
We’ve moved one step closer to a new champ being crowned on The Voice, but there’s still a lot of work left to be done. After the Blind Auditions and the Battle Rounds, singers will once again square off in the Knockout Rounds. We say farewell to Sammy Hagar, Charlie Puth, Joan Jett and Bette Midler as advisors, but each team will get assistance from country reigning couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. With each of the coaches having only one “steal” to use, which coach will use it wisely and which will come to regret letting someone special go home? Only time will tell, so let’s get into Night 1 of The Voice Knockout Rounds. Continue reading ‘The Voice’ Knockout Rounds, Night 1: Making ‘We’ to the Live Rounds
It’s usually a monster mash come Halloween time, and it’s fun to see Fitz and the Tantrums get into that spirit with their animated video for “Roll Up.” The catchy, pop infused tune is all about finding a bit of love and affection in the world, and the video playfully captures that spirit. The video is available after the jump.
Natalie Portman, director and star of A Tale of Love and Darkness, will receive the 2016 Israel Film Festival Achievement in Film Award. Portman is not the sole honoree at the fest, and for more info, check out our post after the jump.
In the 80s, Nintendo was king of gaming. The original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) had several ancestors but no one shined brighter than the brainchild of the most popular Japanese entertainment company. It was the NES who carried over hundreds of classics such as Castlevania, Duck Hunt, and Punch Out.
It’s the final night of The Voice Battle Rounds and most of the slots for the Knockouts are filled. In fact, Team Miley is now full, with Teams Blake, Adam and Alicia having one more competition left. And the coveted steals are almost gone as well, with Blake holding the final chance to snag a vocalist from going home. So let’s get into the final night of The Voice Battle Rounds. Continue reading Austin Allsup Leads The Voice Battle Rounds, Night 4
Half the battle is getting past The Voice Battle Rounds, and while some singers can kick back and know that their ticket has already been punched to the Knockout Rounds, there’s still a good portion of vocalists yet to go head-to-head. So let’s get into Night 3 of The Voice Battle Rounds, where Teams Blake and Miley get a little more attention, while Teams Adam and Alicia only have one [fully televised] battle to worry about. Let’s dig into Night 3 of the Battles: Continue reading Aaron Gibson, Sa’Rayah Rule The Voice Battle Rounds, Night 3
What would happen if President Kennedy actually survived the assassination? Within this altered history comes an entirely new set of events that’s imagined in the upcoming first person, sci-fi title Prey. Bethesda released the new alternate history video today titled “The History of TranStar.” The video is available after the jump.
One of the surprise takeaways from Priceless is David Koechner’s dramatic performance as Dale, a principled and brave man who helps James (Joel Smallbone) in his mission to save two women (Bianca Santos, Amber Midthunder) from a sex trafficking ring.
During the TV interviews for Priceless, I asked Koechner why many comedians make a seamless transition to drama. Jim Carrey, Robin Williams, Jerry Lewis, and Will Ferrell (check out the underrated Stranger Than Fiction) are just a few to excel in both genres, and Koechner shows that dramatic acting is also part of his creative arsenal. Check out his answer after the jump.