• Interview: Tiffani Thiessen from ‘White Collar’

    July 28, 2010

    We had the pleasure of sitting down with actress Tiffani Thiessen who plays Elizabeth Burke in USA’s “White Collar.” She told us about her character’s relationships with the men in the show, some of her favorite moments on set, and what it’s going to be like on set with her new baby.

    Interview: Louis C.K. from ‘Louie’

    July 20, 2010

    We go to talk to Louis C.K. from the upcoming FX series “Louie.” He discussed what the new show was going to be like, as well as some of his past work.

    Jonah Hex Review: At Least It Is Short

    June 21, 2010

    The ludicrously short run time of only eighty minutes is just about the only thing the painfully dull film, Jonah Hex, has going for it. The screenplay written by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, the men behind the beautifully nihilistic Crank series, shows little of the two’s penchant for the absurd, and hews pretty close, if not on the downward slope, of the middle of the road. There are a lot of gunshots, a plethora of explosions, and just about as many B and C list actors, but is short on all else, especially entertainment.

    DVD Review: Alice in Wonderland

    June 3, 2010

    Like Calamari and escargot, Tim Burton’s style can be described as an acquired taste. He’s been making fantasy films like Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, Sleepy Hollow, and Big Fish for about twenty-five years now. He’s also known for making the only respectable Batman films, before Christopher Nolan came along and rebooted the franchise. You would never think of someone like Johnny Depp needing a benefactor, but if he had one, Burton would be it. The two strange, but well liked kings of Hollywood have teamed together on projects on at least seven different occasions.

    Barenaked Ladies Concert Review: Always Making You Smile

    June 3, 2010

    Thanks to Fanbolt (thanks Emma!) I was able to attend the Barenaked Ladies concert on May 15, 2010 in Louisville, KY. Great Time may seem like a phrase that is vague and maybe overused, but that’s exactly what you’ll have when you see a Barenaked Ladies concert. And it doesn’t matter how many members are in the band considering this tour is in support of the first album Barenaked Ladies has release since lead singer Steve Page left in early 2009.

    Interview: Johnny Depp from ‘Alice in Wonderland’

    May 31, 2010

    We had a chance to chat with Johnny Depp about his role as The Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland. He talked about his experience in the role and how his relationship with Tim Burton has changed since Edward Scissorhands.

    Interview: All Time Low

    May 25, 2010

    Screaming fans? Check. Celebrity guests? Check. Swanky after party? Check.

    All Time Low, consisting of vocalist Alex Gaskarth, guitarist Jack Barakat, bassist Zack Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson, hit yet another all time high as they celebrate the release of Straight To DVD, the band’s documentary/live concert film at the legendary Music Box on Hollywood Blvd.

    ‘Micmacs’ Review: A Poetic Cinematic Circus

    May 25, 2010

    In the world of cinema no filmmaker’s work is as instantly recognizable than that of Jean-Pierre Jeunet. His first feature, Delicatessen, which he co-directed with illustrator Marc Caro almost twenty years ago, is still a visual masterpiece that took pieces of Terry Gilliam, Tim Burton, and a sense of twisted fairy tale whimsy and wrapped them up into something entirely unique. His latest work is , Micmacs à Tire-Larigot, (just Micmacs over here) a piece of poetry masquerading as cinema, accomplishes the same heights, but he peppers a little politics into each stanza.

    Interview: Margaret Cho from ‘Drop Dead Diva’

    May 24, 2010

    We had the chance to chat with Margaret Cho, who plays Teri Lee on Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva. She told us about what it’s like on the set, her favorite guest stars, and what it’s like filming in Georgia.

    Interview: Leonard Nimoy from ‘Fringe’

    May 19, 2010

    We had the honor of speaking with Leonard Nimoy, who plays William Bell in Fringe. He shared with us about his experience on Fringe, his imminent retirement, and his thoughts on his past career.