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- Screen Reviews
- April 25, 2016
Del Close invented Improv as a comedy form; Carl F Gauze learns how he influenced many of today’s best comedians despite his personal demons.
You may not expect it from a 3 day punk rock festival over Halloween weekend, but THE FEST — as Jen Cray found out — feels like a gigantic hug!
Interview by Tom Minarchick
Wireless (Novamute). Review by Nirav Soni
Finally! A film from Thailand titled 6ixtynin9 that’s almost safe enough to watch with your parents and Aaron Shaul is incredulously impressed.
Star film critic Dag Herefo… uh, Carl F Gauze sits through twelve TV skits starring Tim Conway that prove the Golden Age of TV had some dross.
Cass Elliot / The Road Is No Place For A Lady (Collectors’ Choice Music). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Holly Golightly’s Singles Roundup (Damaged Goods). Review by Kurt Channing.
Review by Marshall Presnell
A boy called Girl Talk. A bio-engineering DJ. Rick Astley and Metallica? Gregg Gillis wholly embraces the philosophy of the “mash-up.” Reyan Ali wonders if what Girl Talk does is legal, good for the industry, or can even be considered music. So, he asked Gillis about it, point blank.
Chamber Music Society (Heads Up). Review by James Mann.
Ween dominates Orlando with a marathon set! Phillip Haire prostrates himself at the altar of brothers Dean and Gene.
Weather Systems (Grimsey Records). Review by James Mann.