Saturday, June 12, 2004

Check out the new internet exclusive trailer for Aliens vs Predator.

You simply must check out the trailer for Rex Steele : Nazi Smasher. The short film, which was made by a group of animators from Pixar and Cartoon Network, looks like a lot of good old fashion action adventure fun.

Look at the cover to this DVD and tell me this doesn't look like something you'd love to see.

Thursday, June 10, 2004

Ray Charles has died at the age of 73.

Good news for fans of Fountains of Wayne. Really good news in fact.

Interesting news about t.A.T.u.

Ryan Adams fans will want to read this.

Nick Cave will release a double album called Abattoir Blues / The Lyre of Orpheus this September.

Viggo Mortensen is set to star in a film adaptation of the graphic novel A History of Violence. David Cronenberg is directing.

Dave Chappelle may play Rick James in a film based on James' upcoming book, Memoirs of a Super Freak.

The end of this month will see the debut of Behind the Music : Guns 'N Roses.
It will then be immediately followed by (inside)out: The Rise of Velvet Revolver.

I was walking down the street with my friend and he said "I hear music." As though there's any other way to take it in. You're not special. That's how I receive it too...I tried to taste it, but it did not work. - Mitch Hedberg

Wednesday, June 09, 2004

I got the new Velvet Revolver disc today.
It's called Contraband.
I like it a lot.
More than a lot.
There's not much real rock 'n roll out there these days, but this is the real deal.
This is Scott Weiland's chance at rock god-hood.
All the pieces are there.
Over half of the songs on the album sound like they could be bonafide hit singles.
That's a lot more than I can say for a lot of albums.
If you're into rock, I'd say you'd be doing yourself a favor by picking it up... but if my word isn't good enough for you, you can listen to the entire album in streaming media format here.