Joss Whedon impresses yet again with a brilliant interpretation of Much Ado, one that makes it seem fresh and new again.
When it comes to cool, nobody does it like Steely Dan, and Aja is their Magnum Opus
Cine Metas! I absolutely love these guys! Sam O’ Donnell, Asher Hardy and Will Dolan. Three dear friends of mine who have come together to start their own film company. They produce hilarious videos, and also some deliciously dark material. I’ve seen and read plenty of stuff they’ve got planned, and it’s safe to say this trio is going places! Please watch their videos and subscribe if you like them!
You can check out their channel here!
Is the wolfpack worth visiting a third time? Surprisingly, yes!
1950’s hardboiled detective noir that goes deeper and darker than any other book in the genre, L.A. Confidential might very well give you nightmares.
An indie game about space adventures and questioning the value of life, set against a beautiful soundtrack? Count me in!
It’s back! They’ve pulled it off! Arrested Development has returned to our lives, but is it too good to be true?
Upcoming show by my friend Henry Edwards. If you live in the Warwick area, you will not regret seeing this unique adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s greatest plays!
So, I figured I’d better do some promoting for my next play…
The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare (adapted by the director) is directed by Mary King and is, I would say, pushing the boundaries of the comedy’s adaptability. In a commedia dell’arte/physical theatre style, this production is risky, but well worth seeing. We’re only 3/4 way through rehearsals but I can tell that it’s going to be a laugh. It’s suitable for everyone as there’s jokes for the young and the old alike – slapstick and big costumes to entertain the kids, and more subtle text-based and visual jokes for the adult.
The cast is strong in both male and female characters, with Grace Bridgewater playing the title role (sort of) of Katherine with fire and anger, contrasting Katie Maxwell‘s “perfect” and extremely cute Bianca. In terms of the blokes, Petruchio and Baptista, played by
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Just…just wow. Urgh this album is too good.