Cage the Elephant – Social Cues (Album Review)

No matter the circumstance, you should always set an obtainable goal as something to aim for. Throughout the career of Kentucky’s Cage the Elephant, they have experimented and implemented different genre styles; never sticking to a pigeonholed system. That in mind, the universal mission throughout ... Read More

The Divorce Party (Movie Review)

Don’t commiserate, celebrate! When one young man’s world is turned upside down by a divorce, he will struggle to embrace his brand-new life in The Divorce Party. Gravitas Ventures delivered the Dramatic Comedy to select theaters, as well as VOD and Digital HD, on Friday, ... Read More

The Domestics (Movie Review)

In a world where many have perished, one married couple are fighting to survive – no matter the odds. Enter the dystopian world of The Domestics, a brand new Sci-Fi/Thriller which arrived to DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, November 20, 2018, thanks to Cinedigm and ... Read More

Ryan Adams – Prisoner (Album Review)

There is something definitively pure about Ryan Adams. The 42-year-old singer-songwriter’s musical influences and ability to take any song from any genre and make it undeniably his own sound are evident in the various styles he has incorporated into his many albums, from Country and ... Read More