Category Archives: Movies

Movie Review: Super Duper Alice Cooper

Super Duper Alice Cooper premiered on the west coast last night at The Grammy Museum at LA Live. The event was only its second screening after having recently debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival. Film makers Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn managed to avoid … Continue reading

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Go With Le Flo: Los Angeles World Theatrical Premiere at the Downtown Independent

I had the pleasure of being invited to a special screening to see “Go With Le Flo” at The Goethe Institute and was hosted by Stefan Biedermann of the German Consulate. There was a meet and greet before the screening where Harrison and I … Continue reading

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A Clockwork Orange with Malcolm McDowell

April 1st there was a screening of A Clockwork Orange followed by a Q&A at the Alex Theater in Glendale as part of their “In Person” series. The theater has history; they screened Gone with the Wind at the Alex, before its Big … Continue reading

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Classical Revolution LA: Movie Night

Classical Revolution L.A., the bimonthly happy hour concert series at the Silverlake Lounge, presents “Movie Night” at the same venue on May 3rd at 6pm. The Helix Collective will be performing live scores for six independent short films, composed by Eugene … Continue reading

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“Cesar Chavez” Biopic Out March 28

A biography of Cesar Chavez comes out this Friday, directed by the multi-talented Diego Luna and starring Michael Peña, Rosario Dawson, John Malkovich and America Ferrera. The movie follows the life of the famous civil rights leader and labor organizer who … Continue reading

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Support Olympia Music Doc “Try This At Home”

I didn’t realize what a happening music scene Olympia, Washington had until I saw the Kathleen Hanna documentary, The Punk Singer. Future generations need not suffer the same fate I did. There is help. That help comes in the form of … Continue reading

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Toast the Oscars with Official Governor’s Ball Cocktails

 BLOOD AND SAND .75oz jw black .75oz sweet vermouth (Martini Rosso or Cinzano Rosso work fine) .75oz orange juice .75oz Cherry Heering (cherry liqueur) orange peel garnish More cocktails after the break!

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“The Lego Movie” Might be the Stoniest Movie Ever

The Lego Movie is not something that would normally garner my attention. It was only on the advice of a friend with highly evolved and discerning tastes, plus the fact that it was the only film showing at the time, … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Isle of Dogs

Isle of Dogs is a movie honoring the Giallo film making tradition. The Giallo style was birthed in Britain but championed by the Italians. The impressive credit intro roll of Isle of Dogs moves you from whatever was occupying your … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Le Week-End

  Le Week-End is a story of love and commitment, where Nick Burrows played by Jim Broadbent and Meg Burrows played by Lindsay Duncan, desire to inhabit their past and rekindle their youthful experience of love by returning to Paris … Continue reading

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