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The Amazing Johnathan Documentary
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First Trailer For ‘The Amazing Johnathan Documentary’ Is A Wild, Instantly Captivating Ride!

Hulu has debuted the official trailer for “The Amazing Johnathan Documentary” and, quite frankly, must be seen to be believed! The highly-anticipated film begins as a documentary about “The Amazing Johnathan,” a uniquely deranged magician who built a career out of shock and deception in the 1980s—but becomes a bizarre story about the unravelling of his […]

Beastie Boys in studio
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STILL ILL: Beastie Boys Celebrate 25 Years of ‘Ill Communication’ With New Mini-Documentary

Beastie Boys are celebrating another amazing milestone as they celebrate the 25th anniversary of their fourth studio album, 1994’s Ill Communication. Debuting at #1 upon its May 1994 release, the album was truly an unstoppable force, pervading every aspect of pop culture. Its charge to the top of the charts was led by “Sabotage” and its […]

Icon: The Robert Englund Story
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‘ICON: The Robert Englund Story’ Indiegogo Campaign To Launch On June 1st!

Horror fans take note! A new trailer for the highly-anticipated documentary, ICON: The Robert Englund Story, has arrived! Check out the trailer below, along with the details on the ultra-cool project! From the makers of RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop, Pennywise: The Story of IT and You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night, […]

Wu-Tang Clan of Mic and Men documentary
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‘Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men’ — A Deep Dive Into The History of Hip-Hop’s Most Legendary Group

It’s hard to come up with a hip-hop group that’s had a bigger impact on pop culture and the world than the legendary Wu-Tang Clan. Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men, a four-part limited docuseries from filmmaker and director Sacha Jenkins (Burn, M*therfucker, Burn), is a beautiful crafted work that takes us on a ride […]

Cybertronic Spree
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CYBERTRONIC SPREE: Intergalactic Rockers Launch Kickstarter Campaign To Fund “Transformers 1986” Album!

In celebration of the 33rd anniversary of ‘Transformers: The Movie,’ Cybertronic Spree has set out on an ambitious quest! They have just launched a Kickstarter campaign to help make the dream of their first album a reality. When fully funded, the campaign will allow these “rockstars in disguise” to create a polished studio album of all 10 […]

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‘Riki Rachtman’s Cathouse Hollywood Podcast’ Explores The History of Rock’s Most Infamous Club!

While Riki Rachtman may be best known for hosting MTV’s ‘Headbanger’s Ball,’ his roots and contributions to the rock scene run far deeper than you might imagine. In 1986, Rachtman and long-time friend Taime Downe of Faster Pussycat founded one of the most infamous establishments in rock history — The Cathouse! The legendary club was […]

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DARK SIDE OF THE RING: Viceland’s Gritty Docuseries Explores Pro-Wrestling’s Most Savage Moments

For decades, the world of professional wrestling has deliberately blurred the line between fantasy and reality. From larger-than-life characters to moments of glory to backstage controversies, mysterious deaths and unsolved homicides, it’s truly an art form that has it all. Viceland’s ‘Dark Side of The Ring’ (premiering Wednesday, April 10), directed by Jason Eisener (Hobo with […]