- Screen Reviews
- January 20, 2022
Spade bit to the head of nude woman, in the bathtub. That’s all you really need to know on this creepy variant of “Clue.”
A study of how poetry crept into rock and roll.
Meet The Real Gregory Schaefer, food god and proprietor of Basque Bites walking food and wine tours, and wine professional Ann Miller, who are talking about delicious wines from Boz and Dominique Scaggs and Newfound wines.
Is it really Foreigner with no original members?
Invisible Words (Consolidated Artists Publications). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The notorious Naziploitation “classic” The Gestapo’s Last Orgy arrives on Blu-ray from 88 Films.
Blackberry Smoke is touring to support their new album You Hear Georgia. Myron Elkins and the Dying Breed are making a name for themselves and getting audiences ready for their upcoming album this next year.
Palberta5000 (Wharf Cat). Review by Julius C. Lacking.
Scrap Metal (Riding Easy and Permanent Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Open For Business (Trouble in Mind). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Italy’s first color horror film, Mill of the Stone Women returns as a lush 2 disc Blu-ray release from Arrow Video.
You Get It All (Dualtone). Review by James Mann.
Voyage. (Capital Records) Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Tyler Bryant and Graham Whitford open the show as a paired down version of Tyler Bryant & The Shake Down before opening for Myles Kennedy. Myles performs, mostly, songs from his solo albums including the new album The Ides of March.
Dir: Nik Fackler (Hulu). Review by Phil Bailey.
Set Me Free (Lousiana Red Hot Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Electric Warriors / Dog Soldier (Don Giovanni). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Angels Over Oakanda (Avant Groidd Musica). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Age of Isolation. Review by Judy Craddock.
Tiny Island (Nouveau Electric Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
A massive mission, the annual Space Coast Music Festival is set to launch from the Eau Gallie Arts District in Melbourne, Florida on Saturday, November 6th. Delivering an eclectic array of 80 bands on 6.5 stages, the FREE 12-hour event raises money to put musical instruments into the hands of area young people.