Jeannie Blue

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Jeannie likes to joke that she is little, yellow, blue, and different. She seemingly popped out of her mother's womb with a pen in her hand and has been writing ever since. Many moons ago - in what feels like a separate lifetime - Jean was co-editor of an online music magazine that afforded her great opportunities to interview and photograph some of her favorite bands/musicians: Tommy Lee, Good Charlotte, Warrant, Bring Me The Horizon, My Chemical Romance, Sevendust, New Found Glory, Deftones, Poison, VH-1 "Band On the Run" Flickerstick, an endless list of unsigned locals, and so many others. These days, she can usually be found hiking aimlessly through the woods in her favorite Technicolor sneakers with a Nikon in hand and her rescue dog, Molly, who is a bit hare-brained.

Elizabeth Harvest (Movie Review)

Boredom and curiosity are not a girl’s best friend! Leave any and all preconceived notions at the door when you dig into Elizabeth Harvest, a sinister new Thriller that initially premiered at 2018’s South by Southwest Film Festival. Thereafter the film made a theatrical appearance ... Read More

The Maestro (Movie Review)

What do composers Andre Previn, Nelson Riddle, Jerry Goldsmith, Henry Mancini, John Williams, and Jerry Herst all have in common? At one point or another, they were all under the tutelage of Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco. In the new, dramatic biopic The Maestro, we are provided a ... Read More

Starfish (Movie Review)

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Scars of Xavier (Movie Review)

Even Jeffrey Dahmer questioned his ability to possess normal human emotions. So, what happens when a serial killer from the Czech Republic begins to flashback to his past in hopes of bettering his future? Can sociopaths develop normal emotion or is our killer doomed to ... Read More