Kane Liostro – Feel Again
Talented songwriter and producer Kane Liostro has released a new single called “Feel Again”, the song is poppy and fun. Kane voice blends well with the music and the performance is highlighted by the masterful production. The video itself is funny and sexy, really summery as well. I think that fans of performers like Ed Sheeran or John Mayer would enjoy Kane’s music, due to the quality of lyrics and his vocal abilities. I think that this song would do really well with the music festival crowds in the US and abroad.
Kane Liostro – Feel Again
Rush has always been a polarizing band: you either hate ‘em or you love ‘em (and I’m talking fanatical love here). Nowhere is that more apparent than on this documentary about the legendary Canadian band and their fans. Filmed in 2015 when the band was in the middle of their 40th anniversary tour, one many assumed would be the band’s last. Continue reading “Time Stands Still (DVD)”
Long before shows like Black Mirror, there was The Twilight Zone. Arguably the greatest intellectual Sci-Fi series ever created for TV. CBS/DVD has finally put out all 156 episodes of this groundbreaking show, across 24 discs. Continue reading “The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series Blu-ray (DVD)”
Grinder was proof that network television channels are capable of creating original, smart comedies; That witty sitcoms were no longer just meant for cable stations. Then again, Grinder was also proof that network channels are also clueless enough to kill a great thing after just one season. Continue reading “Grinder: The Complete First Season”
The 1983 TV special Motown 25 was a defining moment in TV for many. Michael Jackson was at one of the highest peaks in his career and he slayed the crowd with hit after hit. It was also the moment when the world first discovered what Moonwalking was, as Jackson demonstrated it for the first time publicly on “Billie Jean.” Despite that pop cultural moment, the show was crammed with a slew of stellar performances: a temporarily reunited Jackson 5 singing “I Want You Back,” Marvin Gaye delivering a poignant “What’s Going On” (he would be killed just a year later) and Smokey Robinson and Diana Ross offering one of the best duets in modern memory with “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” Continue reading “Motown 25: Yesterday Today Forever (Time Life)”
Frank Rizzo may not be as infamous nationally as Huey Long or Rod Blagojevich, but in Philly, depending on what neighborhood you visit, he was either the city’s savior or the most corrupt politician ever to serve as mayor of Philadelphia. Amateur Night At City Hall, originally released in 1978 does a decent job of trying to remain objective while still managing to accurately cover the rise of Rizzo from beat cop, to police commissioner to mayor of Philadelphia (1972 – to-1980). Continue reading “Amateur Night At City Hall: The Story of Frank Rizzo”
The British export Traders is as fun as it is dark. The movie focuses on two friends who recently lost their jobs and are struggling to stay afloat in an increasingly dire economy. Continue reading “Traders (Dark Sky Films)”
Legendary Reggae/Dub pioneer Lee “Scratch” Perry has always been an odd cat, so it’s appropriate that any documentary about him be just as quirky. Lee Scratch Perry’s Vision of Paradise is far from ordinary, but a fun, peculiar look at the godfather’s of Jamaican music. Continue reading “Lee Scratch Perry’s Vision of Paradise”
XLrator Media will release Guns N’ Roses founding member and bass player Duff McKagan’s autobiographical music documentary IT’S SO EASY AND OTHER LIES: LIVE AT THE MOORE, based on his New York Times best-selling memoir, in 50 cities beginning May 26, prior to its LA theatrical release on June 3. Fans can go to itssoeasymovie.com for theater information and to purchase tickets. Continue reading “Xlrator Screens Duff McKagan’s “It’s So Easy and Other Lies””
There is a new Peppa Pig release, The Golden Boots, out on the market and it stands apart from other children’s releases in that it contains about double the amount of episodes that one would typically receive on a kids-themed DVD. The release has the ability for individuals to go and play the entirety of the DVD while an episode list (aside from the feature, this DVD includes episodes including Baby Alexander, The Fire Engine, Whistling, The Queen and Snowy Mountain) allows parents of older kids and the kids themselves the opportunity to pick out their favorite Peppa Pig episode.
The video quality of the release is sufficiently close to the original airing of the cartoon while the audio present here is crisp and clear. This DVD would be a perfect purchase for a birthday or holiday gifts and can be picked up at brick and mortar and online retailers for a price that will not be off putting to friends or family. A full amount of information about Peppa Pig and the DVD releases coming forth on this imprint is available at the Peppa Pig domain. The childrens’ section of Entertainment One releases DVDs at a regular basis so keep an eye out on about a quarterly schedule for the most current and up-to-date releases from the award-winning Peppa Pig show. The episodes all contain good morals for children from infants to 5/6 years old to pick up all while the voice actors utilize to create a rich tapestry of dulcet tones for viewers to pick up on. There are small additions and bonuses that are present on this DVD – guest stars that intersperse the episodes – that break up the action quite nicely.
Peppa Pig: The Golden Boots DVD Review / 2016 Entertainment One / 80 Minutes / http://www.peppapig.com/