It’s official The Heat director and writer are doing Ghostbusters 3

So is it safe to say Bill Murray could be the voice of God in Hollywood? Remember a few months ago he tweeted that he would like to see an all female Ghostbusters movie? He even named off Melissa McCarthy, Kristin Wiig and Emma Stone as the girls he’d like to see star in it.Continue reading “It’s official The Heat director and writer are doing Ghostbusters 3”

Eric Frisch “Goodbye Birdcage” Review

Summer is here. Cue the niche releases that will be played for two or three months out of happiness, and then after they’ll be played out of nostalgia and sadness. It’s a broad and cryptic way to describe that one album that sums up the feeling of the hottest season, but I have a specificContinue reading “Eric Frisch “Goodbye Birdcage” Review”

Producer/Songwriter of School of Seven Bells Benjamin Curtis dies at 35

Throughout my time in Brooklyn, New York, there were a great number of bands who became the soundtrack to my life. Each band gave me sprinkles of what I needed for the train ride to work or the long walk home, but none of them, for me, were more impactful and all around transcendental, thanContinue reading “Producer/Songwriter of School of Seven Bells Benjamin Curtis dies at 35”

Artist Alex Grey’s cosmic temple ENTHEON get’s Kickstarted

“It takes a miracle of creative imagination on the part of a community to envision a sacred space into existence and that is precisely what happened.”–Alex Grey The best way to describe Alex Grey’s work is “transcendental art”, I think I just made that up, but if you Googled it, I’m pretty sure someone hasContinue reading “Artist Alex Grey’s cosmic temple ENTHEON get’s Kickstarted”

The Creators Project talks film, art and getting real with pop artist Takashi Murakami

During my stay in New York I was fortunate enough to have gotten the chance to see Takashi Murakami‘s work at the Brooklyn Museum. I even ran into the Super Size guy Morgan Spurlock…whaaaa? Anyway, I can’t began to describe the feelings you get from looking at TM’s stuff, his work is Japan on acid.Continue reading “The Creators Project talks film, art and getting real with pop artist Takashi Murakami”

BOARDS OF CANADA could be releasing an album or resetting the Swan station

Boards of Canada is one of my all time favorite electronica bands. When I was first introduced to their music in New York, I was hard-wired into their groove. It was like all my daydreams had a soundtrack now and I’ve been a die hard fan ever since, but one thing about the group isContinue reading “BOARDS OF CANADA could be releasing an album or resetting the Swan station”

Archaia brings back a classic in Cyborg 009

I remember years ago, purchasing a few episodes of the original Cyborg:009, from a street vendor in New York. I got home and began watching it. I don’t remember if I particularly loved it, I think because the episodes were mixed up, chronologically, and it was hard to follow. But I do remember feeling thatContinue reading “Archaia brings back a classic in Cyborg 009”

Trailer for “Gimme The Loot” directed Adam Leon

“Sofia, shit, we’ll be the biggest writers in the city. They’ll make statues of us holding spray cans in Central Park…” – Malcolm That quote pretty much sums up this crazy coming of age story. Set in New York, Malcolm, played by newcomer Ty Hickson and Sophia, played by the cute newcomer Tashiana Washington, areContinue reading “Trailer for “Gimme The Loot” directed Adam Leon”

New James Brown video for “It’s a man’s world” is a visual triumph.

Three years ago I was walking down 42nd st in New York and saw The Godfather of Soul leaving B.B. Kings just after a performance. I just stood and watched as folks snapped away with their digital cameras and phones. I just stood and watched as James Brown got into his car with some ladyContinue reading “New James Brown video for “It’s a man’s world” is a visual triumph.”

MARK SIEGEL’S TURN OF THE CENTURY GRAPHIC NOVEL “SAILOR TWAIN” IS A FANTASTICAL HISTORY LESSON

  During the turn of the century the rivers were littered with steamboats and I say littered cause that’s just what they did with their human waste and trash and some still do…woah…sorry. There were all kinds and going every which-a-way along America’s water routes. Most of them were themed gambling boats, touring boats andContinue reading “MARK SIEGEL’S TURN OF THE CENTURY GRAPHIC NOVEL “SAILOR TWAIN” IS A FANTASTICAL HISTORY LESSON”