For the majority of 2016, I barely wrote any type of obituary for fallen celebrities. It’s not that I didn’t care; it was just very difficult to keep up with the all casualties of 2016. However, this is something I have to do.
New Electric Youth just released. Taken from Nicolas Winding Refn’s new Neon Demon-inspired compilation. Yes, he directed the movie "Drive" which literally paved the way for the scene!!
Have you ever had the experience of thinking your mind was existing in two different places simultaneously? You're faintly aware of another layer existing beside it.
This is just awesome. Visuals and audio are solid. Pay attention Retro overs. J-Synth is here!!!
In an age where modern electronic music sees itself conducted by the click of a mouse (even amongst its most “old-school”-leaning producers), Austin’s Synth music scene serves as a welcome and refreshing change.
Who is ready for some new FM-84?! You are you say, well listen up!!
That's right guys. After a long run of 8 movies, Police Academy is set to make it's return to the big screen. Guess who is also going to be producing it
From about 1988 to 1990, the Rumble itself wasn't a huge deal. In fact, it wasn't even the main event in 1988.
No ninja hero had truly set foot on American soil until Cannon films unleashed Sho Kosugi upon the skyscrapers of Salt Lake City with 1984's "Revenge of the Ninja."
Legendary 80s television icon Alan Thicke has passed away at the age of 69.
Born in 1947, Thicke grew up in the northwestern Ontario town of Kirkland Lake. After college at the University of Western Ontario, Thicke found his way onto television as a host of
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