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‘The Terms of Us’ is a little film with a giant punch

We all know about those major films with super star casts and a staggering production budget that quickly go out and bring hundreds of millions of dollars to the teams that produce such films. Movie fans all over the world […]

‘The Terms of Us’ is a little film with a giant punch

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We all know about those major films with super star casts and a staggering production budget that quickly go out and bring hundreds of millions of dollars to the teams that produce such films. Movie fans all over the world […]

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Levin Brothers coming to Los Angeles

For fans of King Crimson, especially the 1980s iteration of the band that featured the legendary Robert Fripp, drummer Bill Bruford, singer/guitarist Adrian Belew and bassist Tony Levin, January

Elvin Bishop and Charlie Musselwhite coming to Orange

One of the icons of the 1960’s San Francisco blues and rock scene, Elvin Bishop, will be at Chapman University in Orange; January 27, 2019. And it’s not just

Bumblebee is a Transformers movie that returns to the original glory

3 out of 4 stars Leave it to a Volkswagen Beetle to return the power to a Transformers story that had gotten worse with every chapter after an explosive start

Patrick Kilpatrick: The anti-Hollywood, Hollywood guy

Some many years ago now a young man began his working life as a writer but not merely as a hopeful writer but a writer for such well known

‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ is a very good sequel

3 out of 4 stars It’s official: Ralph has become too big for his 8-bit or 16-bit arcade world. Ralph, the hulking, big-fisted villain from the 1980s video game who rose

Larry McDonald is “Fattening the Pulse of the Rhythm”

If you’re a music lover the only thing better than interviewing Larry McDonald, one of the best percussionists in the world, is interviewing him twice. With more than fifty years

Sister Carol: “Reggae Inna Mi Blood”

Sister Carol, respectfully and affectionately known as the “Black Cinderella” and “Mother Culture,” is both a pioneer and pillar of reggae music. The last of three female reggae artists

Dan Sugimoto takes a close up look at suicide

HOLLYWOOD, CA — Dan Sugimoto, best known for his roles in “This Keeps Happening” and “Fantasy Fights,” is launching a play written by him entitled: A DATE WITH DEATH – A Musical Romance. It examines his

Michael Myers is back for a Halloween with a lot of treats

2.5 out of 4 stars Movie serial killers never truly die – they just find ways to keep coming back, year after year, decade after decade, remake after remake and

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