Carl F. Gauze recaps this year’s celebration of America’s most famous songwriter, Irving Berlin.
Kramies (VanGerrett Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Can rock and roll break the color barrier in 1950s Tennessee? Carl F. Gauze reviews.
Gospel music and soul food can save your soul.
The cute rich girl marries the hunky farm hand in the rural South, where appearance is everything.
In The Aftermath (Mascot Label Group). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
A man on his deathbed is surrounded by bickering family members, many of which you would strangle him given the chance. In other words: a brilliant comedy!
A black seamstress in 1905 New York loses everything to a man she’s never met.
A fading film star still can turn up the heat in this outrageous comedy.
Women meet and bond in a small town hair salon and solve all the world’s problems.
Six new works of brilliant music and clever plots!
Disturbios (Midnight Cruiser Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Live theater returns to Seminole College on a rainy night outside.
War time spy story filled with suspense and laughter.
A low budget nautical adventure filled with high concept effects.
Noise of Trouble (Niafunken). Review by Carl F Gauze.
A day in the life a French woman as she invents electronica and rescues France from boring rock and roll.
Music reviews covering the critical years of rock and roll from 1967 to 1973 by critic and band manager Michael Oberman.
A bright young girl is tortured by her crass parents and brutalized by and evil school mistress. And it’s kid-friendly!
Joe Bob Briggs, America’s favorite B-Movie critic, recounts the history of redneck cinema and the cultural impact of Burt Reynolds.
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