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You Can Help The Inspector Chronicles Continue Their Adventures

Posted on 15 March 2014 by

If you aren’t already aware of “Untitled Web Series About A Space Traveler Who Can Also Travel Through Time,” then you are definitely missing out on something hilariously wonderful. The series follows the Inspector as he goes on adventures with his companions through space (and time). SEASON 1 of “Untitled Web Series About A Space [...]

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Dimensions: A Line, A Loop, A Tangle of Threads – A Great Movie

Posted on 09 March 2014 by

If you’re a movie fiend and love time travel and sciencey-wiencey goodness, then Dimensions: A Line, A Loop, A Tangle of Threads just may be a movie for you. After finding the movie a little under a year ago, I knew this was one I had to see… and was not disappointed though it took me so [...]

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Indie Music: Play For Keeps

Posted on 29 November 2013 by

It would appear as though I need to apologize once more for not posting any indie music write-ups of late! I’ve been lazy busy… and forgetful. I’d promise this won’t happen again, but if you’ve attempted following any of these write-ups then you know it will, so I make no promises. I will, however, at [...]

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Indie Music: Heaven Below

Posted on 25 October 2013 by

Firstly, I apologize for the little hiatus I’ve taken. It’s been a busy month and I completely forgot to write something up! Secondly, I don’t think I’ve covered much hard rock/metal type of bands, so that’s what I’ve chosen for this week. Honestly, there are many hard rock bands that I just don’t care much [...]

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Indie Music: Lara Johnston

Posted on 27 September 2013 by

One style of music I’ve never really covered is pop… or have I? I can’t remember, I tend to be a bit on the forgetful-side… anyway, this week I bring you Lara Johnston, a singer-songwriter pop artist. Her music in some ways, or maybe just her voice, reminds me of Pink, which may or may [...]

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Indie Music: Escape Velocity

Posted on 20 September 2013 by

This week’s indie band of choice is a punk rock band called Escape Velocity. With their debut EP released August 25th of this year, Escape Velocity is unique in one very significant way: They’ve never met in person. Colors In The Atmosphere is a completely “blind collaboration of writing in layers” and has resulted in [...]

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Indie Music: Jimmie Deeghan

Posted on 13 September 2013 by

I suppose one of the first things I must do is apologize to all for my extended absence. The lazy-hazy days of summer took me away from my indie music writing and put me to work. As I’ve been busy, I’ve been forgetful, so I sincerely apologize for not writing these indie music write-ups for [...]

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Out Of A Forest and Onto Your Screen

Posted on 12 September 2013 by

Okay, so this indie short isn’t exactly new. It came out in 2010 and has made its rounds to various film festivals, winning awards and commendations for the work and if you follow me on any form of social media, then you’ve noticed I like to share this one…a lot. It is by far one [...]

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“Keye Luke” – Indie Short Is A Spirited Tribute To The Original Kato

Posted on 09 September 2013 by

When you think of Kato from The Green Hornet the first person who comes to mind is Bruce Lee, right?  Well, Keye Luke was kicking bad guy butt in the role over 25 years before that.  He was the original Kato, originating the role in movie serials that began way back in 1940. An uplifting [...]

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‘The Husband’ – A Dark Comedy Featuring Dylan Authors

Posted on 07 September 2013 by

  Dylan is familiar to many of our readers as the frosty and eager to impress Jimmy Boland from Falling Skies. After being on the show for a full season, he was killed in season 2 at the hands of an alien skitter. Many of his fans were upset to see him go but his [...]

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Short Film “The Candidate” Evokes Shades of the Twilight Zone

Posted on 18 August 2013 by

It’s been too long since we’ve featured a worthwhile short film, but I promise you this most recent offering, The Candidate, is definitely worth watching.  The titular character played by Tom Gulager is joined by fan-favorite Robert Picardo whose character represents a secret organization known as the Society for United Action. The society’s purpose is [...]

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Henry Barrial on Pig, The House That Jack Built, Indie Filmmaking and Future Projects

Posted on 27 July 2013 by

With the worldwide release of Pig, we hunted down Henry Barrial (writer/director) to find out where he got the inspiration for the film as well as future projects we can look forward to viewing and some inside details of his latest film The House That Jack Built. Pig is an interesting film with a great [...]

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Indie Music: Mikal Cronin

Posted on 20 July 2013 by

This past week I downloaded some random songs from Merge Records, an independent record label out of North Carolina. After listening to the music for a few days, a couple songs really stood out, which basically means they got stuck in my head because I had them on repeat so often. The first song that [...]

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Indie Music: Katie Thompson

Posted on 13 July 2013 by

If you’ve been checking into my write-ups then you have probably figured out I’m a fan of some quirky stuff, but mostly rock, alternative, punk and pop fill out my playlists…and I’m not a fan of country. Needless to say, the genres I like aren’t the only ones with some great indie artists, so I’ve [...]

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Indie Music: Kyle Andrews

Posted on 05 July 2013 by

It’s summer (pause here for a moment to jump, scream and run around waving your arms in the air above your head like a kid…or a monkey) and with the Independence Day fireworks still going off, I wanted to find something fun and upbeat with a good vibe to share, so this week’s indie music [...]

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