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TONIGHT YOU CAN LIVE OUT YOUR CHILDHOOD DREAMS!
HOST: Ultimate Fangirl Clare Grant (‘The Guild,’ ‘Team Unicorn,’ ‘Robot Chicken’)
WHO: Geek-aratti Celebs
Team Unicorn (Michele Boyd, Milynn Sarley & Rileah Vanderbilt)
Seth Green (‘Robot Chicken,’ ‘Family Guy,’ Sex Drive)
Alex Albrecht (‘Diggnation,’ ‘Legend of Neil’)
Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen, Chillerama)
Voice Talent from the 80′s Original Animated Classic TV Series
Commander Keith & Pidge (Neil Ross)
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Princess Allura & Haggar (B.J. Ward)
THQ Game Producers, Russell Brock & Adam Affrunti
World Event Productions (WEP) Producer Jeremy Corray (‘Voltron Force’)
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Originally on the low-traffic 9 PM Friday slot, NBC’s fairy-tale-criminal-investigation-horror series Grimm is getting popular enough to gain a better time.
No, really. You can stream all of the Mission: Impossible movies via Facebook. All you have to do is “Like” the Mission: Impossible page and go to town.
By the time Bridge reached The Bethany’s double doors, he was out of breath. Though the rain had started to taper off, the sun still refused to make an appearance. At this point it would have felt like too little, too late anyway. Best to just wait and try again tomorrow. Read the rest of this entry »
Hi Bryan Here…..
Here is the 40 minute interview with actor Michael Fassbender (X-MEN: FIRST CLASS/300/INGLORIOUS BASTERDS) an director Steve McQueen (Hunger) on their new film ‘Shame’. This film was fantastic. I really hope to see this film nominated at award season time. It deserves it. These two gentlemen are class acts and give an in depth interview on the serious topic of the film and what went in to making this fine piece of cinema. Enjoy.
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ABC Family has picked up one of its best rated series, Pretty Little Liars, for a third season, which is slated to launch next summer and they are getting 24 episodes. That’s huge for a drama. Big news for the cast and crew of the show. Now I have never seen an episode of this show, but one of our writers was doing an episode recap and review of each episode which were strikingly hilarious. Hope she comes back for more. She has her work cut out for her.
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That’s right. Universal has hired David Ayer to write the script for the updated version of Scarface. We wrote about this a month or two ago about how this Scarface won’t necessarily be a sequel or remake, but rather just and updated version. The film will put a new spin on the outlaw tale first released in 1932 with Paul Muni playing an Italian who took over Chicago, and then turned into the ultra violent 1983 film that starred Al Pacino as Tony Montana, a Cuban who took over the cocaine trade in 1980s Miami.
It’s that time of year again where traditions reign supreme: Yule tide greetings, holiday parties, fighting with family, caroling, trimming the tree, spiked egg nog and awesomely bad Christmas album covers. It’s nice to know some things never change, like there being no such thing as a good Christmas album cover. So, as you settle in for your long winter’s nap with a cup of hot cocoa, here is another round of groovy Christmas albums covers to give you a giggle. Read the rest of this entry »
It can be argued that The Rolling Stones are in fact the greatest rock and roll band in the world, one that is still touring and recording music nearly 50 years after their debut. In that period of time the band certainly has amassed one hell of an impressive archive of unreleased studio and live recordings, and to every fan’s delight, The Stones recently launched their ‘Stones Archive’ website, which gives fans the incredible opportunity to take a peek inside that treasure trove of material, bit by bit. Read the rest of this entry »
As time goes by the albums that have already obtained classic status continue to become greater classics, nay, timeless. Of course, there is also room for more recent albums of late to obtain such status, but some become classics the day of their release, such as The Black Keys’ debut LP “The Big Come Up.”
I thought I take a moment to recognize a really great record from the last ten years into a new segment for Classic Waxxx. It was also an opportune moment to word play on “Black Friday” as well as celebrate the band’s first release, as they ready their seventh and latest LP “El Camino,” which is sure to be a great addition to the rest of their catalog. Read the rest of this entry »