Billy Corgan on his 107-track Smashing Pumpkins reissue, and what’s ahead
Digital Trends’ music columnist Mike Mettler speaks to Billy Corgan about his new 107-track reissue of the 1998 Smashing Pumpkins album Adore, and what’s ahead for the band. The post Billy Corgan on his 107-track Smashing Pumpkins reissue, and what’s ahead appeared first on Digital Trends .
Bret Hart: The Best There Is DVD Review (Disc 1 and 2)
Like this post? Share it! Analogous to the Stone Cold DVD I reviewed, this was an exhaustive look at Bret Hart ’s decorative career. Hart articulated the stories exactly how he witnessed them. Whether you agreed with his viewpoints or not, he narrated his story in a lucid manner.
Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line Review
Like this post? Share it! This documentary is articulated generally through Steve Austin ’s point-of-view, and it is a comprehensive look at his entire career. Austin augments in some interesting and distinctive insights of his greatest and poorest moments.
DVD MOVIE REVIEW: “Divergent”
With those numbers, the sequels are already in the works. The movie undoubtedly was a big hit with teen girls, but I think most adults will be left as cold and disinterested as I was.
'The Best of Sting' DVD Review: Whetting your appetite
It's well documented how highly regarded Stone Cold Steve Austin is around these parts ... me about receiving an advance copy of The Best of Sting for the purposes of a review, I jumped all over it. He was, if only for a few years, a hero in my eyes.
DVD Review: Cold Comes the Night
It is certainly hard to get over the idea that actor Bryan (Breaking Bad, Argo) Cranston will not be on TV screens across the world on a weekly basis anymore. But there are several silver linings with the hit AMC show about a high school chemistry teacher ...
DVD Review: Blood Runs Cold
Vivendi is, excitingly enough, starting to get as hard into direct to video horror movies as Lionsgate often was, and the fruits of that labor are starting to show up on shelves. We got a copy of “Blood Runs Cold,” sent out from our friends at Vivendi ...
That Cold Day in the Park
Even more obscure is the highly unusual 1969 psychodrama That Cold Day in the Park, starring the impressive Sandy Dennis in a role wholly apart from her previous successes -- Up the Down Staircase and the Oscar-winning Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?