Summer of the Buzz continued in Kansas with another night of great music. This time, alternative radio station 96.5 the Buzz brought in Vampire Weekend and Cults for an outdoor show at the Crossroads.
Archive for August, 2011
Contagion hits the big screen on September, 9 but you (Kansas City and Omaha) can be among the first to see the film on Tuesday, September 6. Click here to enter the contest. (you have to like our page first to be able to enter) Contagion is an action-thriller staring Matt Damon, Kate Winslet and Jude Law about a deadly disease outbreak and the […]
If you’re in the mood for an emotionally tense roller coaster of subtitled sentiment (and who isn’t) the film Sarah’s Key, (or if you’re reading from France, Elle s’appelait Sarah) should aptly suit your needs. Half set against the disconcerting backdrop of World War II and half set in the present day, the film tells the tale of the Starzynskis, a Jewish family living in France who is arrested in their own home and taken to the Vel d’Hiv. Moving out of the summer blockbuster season of spandexed superheroes, gravity-defying stunts, and sweltering explosions, Sarah’s Key, which was adapted from Tatiana de Rosnay’s novel of the same name, is a nice transition to the traditionally serious winter season.It is a film that juxtaposes the best and worst of human acts, and reminds the audience of the atrocities a country can inflict on its own people.
“Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” first flickered into the public’s conscience when the maniacal critters were released onto television screens in 1973. Now, “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” aims to haunt again, but will the big screen remake be able to outshine the original?
Sony Computer Entertainment has just announced third installments of two of their most popular franchises, “Resistance” and “Uncharted.” The “Resistance” series takes place in an alternate history where an alien race, The Chimera, has invaded Earth and infected 90 percent of humanity. “Resistance 3″ takes place after the Chimera have taken over the U.S. and […]
Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers, a pop/rock/country band from Massachusetts, recently released a new single “Gravity” in preparation for their new album, “Gift Horse”, scheduled to be released October 11.
At the end of last week’s episode we see Jessica opening the door ready to frolic in the sun for about .5 seconds before she burns to a fiery crisp and explodes into a big pile of goo. This week, Episode 8, Spellbound, begins with Jason tackling Jessica to knock her back inside the house. […]
To properly sum up my impressions and my experience (first time to Lolla btw) of Lollapalooza 2011 all I really need to write is a few (seemingly unrelated) words: Lobster Corn Dog That’s right ladies and gentleman what you see pictured above is the, thanks to Lollapalooza, infamous lobster corn dog from Grahamwich Not […]
Are you a gamer? Do you enjoy multiplayer gaming, but hate that it cuts your screen in half (not to mention that your friends are all screen-peeking cheaters)? Sony has announced a new monitor that allows two people to play simultaneously without giving up screen space. The new 24” LCD display from the electronics giant […]