Black Sabbath Announce new album

Since 1978, Black Sabbath hasn’t released a true album with all members since 1978’s, Never Say Die!. After a surprise comeback, Black Sabbath have announced a date for their new album, 13, which should be out in June. It’s produced by Rick Rubin and will have former Audioslave and Rage Against The Machine drummer, Brad Wilk, takingContinue reading “Black Sabbath Announce new album”

Hemsworth’s Performance Pivotal in Red Dawn Re-Boot

Fans of the 1984 original film Red Dawn have nothing to fear. Director Dan Bradley‘s re-boot starring Chris Hemsworth (Jed), Josh Hutcherson (Robert) and Adrianne Palicki (Toni) is a mostly faithful retelling of the 1984 classic. Producer Tripp Vinson said that the re-boot is “heavily inspired by the original” and you’ll see bits and piecesContinue reading “Hemsworth’s Performance Pivotal in Red Dawn Re-Boot”

The prequel to the film, 300: Marathon – by Boaz Yakin and Joe Infurnari

Marathon is the most classical of chase sequences.  A perfect precursor to the Frank Miller film, 300, in both tone and realism, Boaz Yakin and Joe Infurnari’s graphic novel is a page turning account of the 240 kilometer, 2 day run of the soldier, Pheidippides, and the ensuing Battle of Marathon that is considered to be a pivotal moment in the preservationContinue reading “The prequel to the film, 300: Marathon – by Boaz Yakin and Joe Infurnari”

Gravity in the Graphic Form: A Review of Joe Sacco’s ‘Journalism’

Spanning over ten years of work across the globe, Joe Sacco’s latest release, Journalism, amasses most of the shorter reporting pieces he has investigated during that period.  Weighing in at nearly two-hundred pages it is not small and far from being irrelevant.  Within this graphic novel the reader is transported from the War Crime TribunalContinue reading “Gravity in the Graphic Form: A Review of Joe Sacco’s ‘Journalism’”