“The Hunger Games,” by New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Collins, is set in the the postapocolyptic Utopian nation of Panem, once known as North America. A dictatorship, run from the extravagantly ridiculous Capitol, wields control over its 12 districts which become less and less appealing. District 12 is the bottom of the barrel but […]
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Taryn Manning Talks ‘The Perfect Age For Rock N’ Roll,’ New Music & More!
Taryn Manning discusses her latest film project which melds her love of music and acting, her musical roots, her upcoming solo album, the misconceptions associated with her and more!
Forever Red: Steve Cardenas Talks ‘Power Rangers’ and Force/Balance Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu & Yoga!
Steve Cardenas, a former “Power Ranger” and 5th degree black belt in American Tae Kwon Do & brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) started training martial arts in his hometown of San Antonio, Texas at the young age of 12. It wouldn’t take long for him to realize that he wanted to teach martial […]
Director Michael J. Weithorn Discusses His New Film ‘A Little Help’
Writer/director Michael J. Weithorn drops by to discuss his new film ‘A Little Help’. In the interview we talk about the challenges involved with bringing it from script to screen, the collaboration with Jakob Dylan for the film’s soundtrack and much more!
Review: Corey Taylor’s ‘Seven Deadly Sins: Settling the Argument Between Born Bad and Damaged Good’
Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor released his book, “Seven Deadly Sins: Settling the Argument Between Born Bad and Damaged Good,” this month to share his worldview about life as a sinner. “I was 22-years-old, a hard-on with a pulse, wretched and vice-ridden … too much to burn and not enough minutes in an […]
Book Review: Janet Evanovich’s ‘Smokin’ Seventeen’
Janet Evanovich’s latest book in the Stephanie Plum series, “Smokin’ Seventeen,” was released June 21, 2011, supplying another round of sex, absurdity, gossip and murder! Stephanie’s family and friends finally had enough. It’s time to put up or shut up! Who’s it gonna be — longtime on-again-off-again boyfriend Joe “Officer Hottie” Morelli or dangerously seductive […]
Review: Mortal Kombat Is Back, Better and More Brutal Than Ever!
At its pinnacle in the mid-1990s, Mortal Kombat was a quarter-munching arcade juggernaut and a lightning rod for controversy due to its graphic violence. The franchise began to fade away after Mortal Kombat 3, but the series has been rebooted. Now Mortal Kombat is back and better (and more brutal) than ever. Mortal Kombat is […]
Review: Black Veil Brides Power Up With ‘Set The World On Fire’
If you like your rock n’ roll with a little more personality and style, look no further than Los Angeles’ newest export, the Black Veil Brides. This talented group has just made it’s major label debut with, Set The World On Fire. Serving as the band’s sophomore album, Set The World On Fire is the follow-up to […]
Book Review: Dark Days of The Supernatural – ‘Cryptic Cravings’ By Ellen Schreiber
Cryptic Cravings is the eighth novel of the Vampires Kisses series by New York Times bestselling author Ellen Schreiber. It is also part of HarperTeen’s summer Dark Days of the Supernatural series, giving young minds and adults alike the paranormal romance and dark mystery they crave. Raven Madison’s “morbidly monotonous” town of Dullsville has finally […]