Seattle-based Michael Hazani whose performance alias is Qualia, is a new and deeply emotive indie rock project who is quickly gaining momentum in the underground music world.
Paired with dreamy instrumentals, Kung Fu Jesus is also a prolific and inspiring writer whose lyrics express matters such as spiritual ideology, mythology, social injustice, love, tongue-in-cheek humor, fun and so much more.
Casting can make or break a movie. You've heard about movie magic? This is where the spell gets made. When it works, it can be sublime. And when it doesn't, well, no one is anyone until you've been fired. Try to imagine these famous roles in the hands of the first people hired for them.
Audiences love sequels, and thus, so do studios. They love something familiar. It gives them insurance for the multitude of money being spent at the theater on any given family or date outing.
Right after I saw Anne Hathaway and Robert DiNero in Nancy Meyer's newest film, The Intern, I noticed that the negativity against Hathaway burst out once again.
Aaron Schwartz is sitting in a studio in California. The actor has recently moved from New York City to LA to continue his acting career. He is shooting with Brad Everett Young, Actor/Photographer and the founder of Dream Loud, a campaign to raise awareness for arts/music education in public schools.
The writers have done a fantastic job this season as far as bringing in more action, and making the show more than just Federal agents catching and beating up the bad guys. This season deals with who these agents are outside of the workplace.
In the now overflowing annals of rock docs, there's still nothing else quite like Spheeris' unprecedentedly intimate hangouts with L.A. punk pioneers--including Black Flag, the Circle Jerks, the Germs, and X, among others--at the cusp of the 1980s.
Back in May, when a run for the 2016 presidential nomination was still a twinkle in Donald Trump's eye, he already had a beautiful but secret plan to "bring ISIS to the table or, beyond that, defeat ISIS very quickly."
Glenn Beck may not be a card carrying member of the Klan, but he rarely hesitates to pander to the racial antipathies of his viewing public!
Six decades have passed, yet his legend remains as vital as ever. Something else has happened too: his work has endured.
If all fairytales were like this version of Cinderella, our childhoods would be much less traumatic. Based on the baroque tale by Charles Perrault, this amazing production by Company XIV fuses dance, opera, burlesque and vaudeville in a dream evening that oozes with pleasure for eye and ear.
I've been following the film's development pretty closely, and I've seen both trailers put out so far about half a million times. That being said, I've seen some red flags go up.