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- Screen Reviews
- November 1, 2017
A documentary about the innovative guitar legend interspersed with performances from an all-star tribute from 2006.
The Hoodoo Kings (Telarc). Review by Brian Kruger.
Tank Top City (Sire). Review by drew West
The Best of Capleton (Hip-O / Universal). Review by Bill Campbell.
A short tour of the South brought Against Me through Orlando again. Of course, Jen Cray had to be there!
The Quiet Storm (Moodswing). Review by Vanessa Bormann.
Scott Adams is moved by Verdi “Woody” Woodward’s wrenching memoir of a life torn between heroin, music and crime. Now that’s a life.
Carl F. Gauze doesn’t need CSI, he’s got Heather Dune Macadam’s The Weeping Buddha, a tightly written muder mystery revolving around modern forensic science and traditional police leg work.
Condition Red (Sanctuary / Noise). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
In Streams (Martians Go Home). Review by Rob Walsh.
A visit to the Erotic Muesum reveals an electic view of sexuality. Carl F Gauze maintains his composure.
The River of Crime (Cordless). Review by Bob Ham.