The tiny bald electro wizard is back and more depressed than ever. If you thought his classic tune 'Natural Blues' was gloomy then you haven't heard anything yet. 'Destroyed' has shades of genius but because so much of it lumps together into one big ball of techno sadness, the album comes across as forgettable.
There are a ton of films out there that end up broken because of their goofiness. Thor is one of the few that manages to embrace it's comic book roots with arms open and throws a metaphorical hammer into the face of detractors, proudly proclaiming 'yeah I'm a comic book, suck it.'
The image of an insane and 'sort of' naked Anthony Hopkins smiling and punching a small kid in the face will haunt me for years to come. The Rite is a muddled, disturbing, well acted, mess of a movie that somehow manages to work despite itself.
As many may have predicted from various clips or trailers, this film was at the same level of quality of Paul Bettany's last film Legion. Though it has a cool concept and entertaining action sequences, the storyline -- as well as it's cast -- isn't very strong.
This new comedy which is being described as “the female Hangover,” does provide some good laughs and really stands amongst the rest of the Judd Apatow's films but doesn't compare to The Hangover in story or in humor.
Boom! Studios brings forth its original space tech gauntlet wielding superhero as he discovers who he really is working for, forms a rag-tag alliance against space baddies, and sails the high seas with Donald Duck.
A bluesy version of "Overlord", an instrumental Christmas tune and a lot of despair and depression can be found within the latest offering from Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society. The Song Remains Not the Same features unplugged versions of songs from the latest BLS record Order of the Black, as well as a cover of the Simon & Garfunkel classic “Bridge Over Troubled Water”.