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The Retrospectives On Growing Up And Their Energetic Music Interview

The Retrospectives On Growing Up And Their Energetic Music

When I first read about the The Retrospectives, the one thing that popped out at me was their Twitter bio. “…determined to bring back real pop music…” An ambitious mission statement considering what pop music is considered now in days. But the interesting route that Will Stocks, Tom Galton and Paul Jackson have taken has Read More
Holychild Shares The Inspirations Behind The Music Interview

Holychild Shares The Inspirations Behind The Music

When I listen to a song from a electro-indie-pop band I normally wouldn’t think that it has such a profound message about our society, but when I thought about the lyrics in the song from Holychild, I got it. It also helped that it was explained to me by the band who created it the Read More
Caleb Ray – An Interesting Man With More Than Just An Interesting Project Name Interview

Caleb Ray – An Interesting Man With More Than Just An Interesting Project Name

We’ve been told that the most interesting man in the world can make orange juice out of apples, but that’s nothing compared how Caleb Ray can make beautiful music out of just a single thought. Music out of thoughts? I don’t know about you, but to me that’s more interesting than juice for sure. Oregon Read More
Trailer: The Past News

Trailer: The Past

Garnering heaps of positive buzz (and awards) after running through a slew of festivals is Asghar Farhadi’s sixth film, The Past. Farhadi earned Iran’s first Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film with his 2011 release, A Separation, and looks to be continuing a similar level of excellence with his new film. Ahmad (Ali Mossa) arrives Read More
Watch Wes Anderson’s ‘Castello Cavalcanti’ Starring Jason Schwartzman News

Watch Wes Anderson’s ‘Castello Cavalcanti’ Starring Jason Schwartzman

Wes Anderson is certainly keeping himself busy these days (lucky us!) A short film written and directed by Anderson himself and produced for Prada, Castello Cavalcanti follows Jed Cavalcanti (Anderson favorite Jason Schwartzman) as he ends up stranded in 1955 Italy during a car race. It retains all the whimsy, vibrant colors, and rigid compositions the Read More
Divergent Trailer Premiere News

Divergent Trailer Premiere

Below, check out the brand new trailer for Divergent, the latest release from Summit Entertainment, the folks who brought us the recent Ender’s Game adaptation and, of course, the Twilight series. Helmed by Neil Burger (The Illusionist), the adaptation of Veronica Roth’s novel of the same name takes place in a futuristic Chicago and stars Shailene Woodley as Tris, Read More
Trailer: Dear Mr. Watterson News

Trailer: Dear Mr. Watterson

Dear Mr. Watterson, a documentary by Joel Allen Schroeder, examines the cultural impact of cartoonist Bill Waterson’s famous Sunday comic strip, Calvin and Hobbs, through the perspectives of fans and colleagues. The film was made without any involvement from Watterson himself; according to Schroeder, he “decided that we would not pursue Watterson or his family Read More
‘Gravity’ VFX Breakdown Showcases 3-D Convergence News

‘Gravity’ VFX Breakdown Showcases 3-D Convergence

Not only is Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity one of the most visually immersive moviegoing experiences in memory, it’s also one of the handful of films that utilize 3-D technology to enhance the cinematic experience in a significant way. The “survival” element of Cuaron’s outer-space survival epic is unquestionably enhanced by the 3-D effect, which helps to convey the Read More
Trailer: Open Grave News

Trailer: Open Grave

If you’re still riding a sugar-high and aren’t ready to let go of Halloween just yet, check out the trailer for Open Grave, a new horror-thriller from Spanish filmmaker Gonzalo López-Gallego (Apollo 18, El Rey de la Montaña, Nómadas). Gonzalo, best known for his 2011 release, Apollo 18—which found financial success despite it’s unfavorable reception—is Read More