- Screen Reviews
- May 17, 2019
Pahokee produces sugar cane and poverty, but some the brighter students might make it to the big time with a college degree and a new zip code.
Gimmie a hell yeah!!!!!!!!!! – posted by James Mann on April 28, 2006 18:53
I know you don’t smoke weed; but it’s Friday and you’re going to read about getting high today. Mary Petralia passes us The Cannabis Companion, a glossy guide that elevates the illicit leaf to the status of wine and fancy chocolates. So clear off that green stuff, make room on the coffee table, and puff puff, give.
Taking the King to court – posted by James Mann on April 28, 2006 07:22
Testing madness – posted by James Mann on April 28, 2006 07:20
Spying on your ass. Literally. – posted by James Mann on April 28, 2006 07:14
Tom Schulte opened up this book expecting a straightforward telling of American-turned-Soviet rockstar Dean Reed’s life. What he ended up with was a crazy musical kaleidoscope of red, white, and blue… and more red.
The Prophet Curse (). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Louder Now (Warner Brothers Records). Review by Brittany Sturges.
More Than This (Foreverything Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
The Story So Far (What Have You/Trauma Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Support the troops, unless… – posted by James Mann on April 27, 2006 07:19
Thanks for the screwing – posted by James Mann on April 27, 2006 06:57
The only thing that can stop Carl F. Gauze from reading Wayne Koestenbaum’s enjoyable new volume of poetry is … Hold on a sec. Who’s there? Pizza? I didn’t order a pizza….
Good work, HST. – posted by James Mann on April 26, 2006 07:45
Rob Zombie brings his skulls, clown heads, and robots to Orlando for a sold-out spectacle for the lucky 2,000 who were able to get tickets. And Jen Cray was one of two people who got to take photographs.
The Moribund People (The End Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Lost In America (Vanguard Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Mezzrow (Self Released). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Introducing… Hello Saferide/Long Lost Penpal EP (Razzia). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Remember… – posted by James Mann on April 25, 2006 07:24