Alanna Bale, George Tchortov and Chris Mark – The Dark Side of Being Enhanced
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Alanna Bale, George Tchortov and Chris Mark – The Dark Side of Being Enhanced

Alanna Bale, George Tchortov and Chris Mark The Dark Side of Being Enhanced By Jay S. Jacobs Remember old school, kick-ass, action-adventure b-movies? Writer/director James Mark hopes you do. Growing up on the likes of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan, he always wanted to become a Ninja. He started working in film as a stuntman … Continue reading

Natasha (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Natasha (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

NATASHA (2015) Starring Alex Ozerov, Sasha K. Gordon, Aya-tatyana Stolnits, Igor Ovadis, Deanna Dezmari, Genadijs Dolganovs, Aidan Shipley, Pavel Tsitrinel, Mila Kanev, Lola Tash, Alla Kadysh, Sergiy Kotelenets, John Mavro, Jonathan Purdon, Joshua Teixera, Grisha Pasternak and David Boyce. Screenplay by David Bezmozgis. Directed by David Bezmozgis. Distributed by Menemesha Films. 93 minutes. Not Rated. … Continue reading

Hinds & Goodbye Honolulu – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC – March 10, 2016 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Hinds & Goodbye Honolulu – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC – March 10, 2016 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Hinds & Goodbye Honolulu – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC – March 10, 2016 With a catchy debut LP in Leave Me Alone and an infectious garage rock sound that is as fun and poppy as anything in ages, the Spanish quartet Hinds blew away a sold out Washington, D.C., crowd last Thursday. The four … Continue reading

Bradley Cooper Transforms Himself into an American Sniper
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Bradley Cooper Transforms Himself into an American Sniper

Bradley Cooper Transforms Himself into an American Sniper by Brad Balfour Master director Clint Eastwood’s latest feature, American Sniper, offers a taut yet complex portrait of the late Iraqi war vet Chris Kyle. With over 160 kills, Kyle was the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history. Uncannily portrayed by two-time Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper … Continue reading

Emblem3 Hitting the Road with the #BandLife Tour
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Emblem3 Hitting the Road with the #BandLife Tour

Emblem3 Hitting the Road with the #BandLife Tour by Deborah Wagner If I had to describe Emblem3 in one sentence, I would say: Emblem3 is a group of three socially responsible guys who are stealing the hearts of girls around the world, and oh yeah…  they can sing too! This statement perfectly describes the musical trio, known … Continue reading

Keeping Up With Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors
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Keeping Up With Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors

Keeping Up With Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors by Danielle Speiss Every once in a while you catch an opening act that rivals the headliner. You know it when you find yourself doing research on the band, looking them up on YouTube, downloading their music, humming their songs and thinking about them days after the … Continue reading

Live 8 (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)
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Live 8 (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)

Live 8 (Capitol Records-2005) The television coverage for the massive Live 8 concerts on MTV and VH1 was awful. It was all about the personalities, not the music. This was supposed to the most important concert experience of the decade, and yet very little of the performance footage actually ended up on screen. The viewer … Continue reading