By: Jaime-Paul Falcon Established musicians composing film scores is nothing new. Some of the best scores of the last 50 some odd years have come from pop stars: Dylan's score for Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid, Danny Elfman's whole career and Queen's legendary Flash Gordon score. With the rise of vari ... More >>
What critics who attack the director's borrowings miss
What kind of world would it be without Internet video? Most give The Food Network, Comedy Central and Cartoon Network a run for their money, and best of all, you need only commit to a few minutes of your time instead of a full half-hour.Here are my favorite videos of the year.
Yesterday Wired Magazine featured a story on Monster Roll, a short by a young filmmaker who hopes that this proof-of-concept film will bring in investors willing to fork over capital for production of the full-length feature. If this is what we can look forward to, pony up the cash people!  ... More >>
The Weekly has told you before about films from the burgeoning Vietnamese-American community, but a new one opening today in Orange also has cross-over appeal.Writer/director Minh Duc Nguyen's Touch tells the story of a white mechanic in Los Angeles striking up an unlikely friendship with a Vietn ... More >>
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Wu-Tang Clan rapper/producer-turned-actor RZA could play a martial arts expert named the Blind Master in the G.I. Joe sequel, says MTV. The character trained Joe commandos Snake Eyes and Jinx. D.J. Cotrona, who appears on the TV show Detroit 1-8-7, is another potential new face. RZA and C ... More >>
John Brandon of Fox News recently published a hard-hitting news report about Bulletstorm, the upcoming video game from Epic Games. And when I say "hard-hitting," what I really mean is "hilariously unresearched."Fox News, once again, has seriously screwed up.
The alt-country Texans, which takes a page from Dylan's songbook-literally
The grub at Wong’s is sublime, if you don’t mind dangly tassels
Raise your hand if you thought Gavin Rossdale of Bush could be a decent actor. Or a decent anything. Yeah, he got his face melted in Constantine, but that proved nothing. But Mr. Gwen Stefani really shows something in HOW TO ROB A BANK, as a pill-popping criminal named Simon (after Simon Le Bon of ... More >>