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July 30, 2019

40 Years After Highway To Hell, AC/DC Is Still Rock n’ Roll At Its Best

Adrian Bryant 4:10pm July 30, 2019 7/30/19

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July 27th marked the 40 year anniversary of one of the great rock records, Highway to Hell. The album pushed the up and coming Aussie act AC/DC to true stardom, being certified 7x platinum and creating a title track that – among a number of the band’s other hits – currently lives as one of…

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July 8, 2019

The Best Movies of 2019 That You (Probably) Haven’t Seen

Adrian Bryant 5:44pm July 8, 2019 7/8/19

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Even though 2019 is being bemoaned for its low box-office sales due to a hard case of “franchise fatigue” with all of the sequels and spinoffs hitting theaters, the year has seen strong outings from Hollywood’s biggest properties in terms of both box office and quality. Avengers: Endgame is approximately three inches away from taking…

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July 1, 2019

Review: Yesterday

Adrian Bryant 4:07pm July 1, 2019 7/1/19

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Some films have premises too outlandish for audiences to simply suspend their disbelief for. Cars, for me, is one such film, as it begs too many distracting questions for me to actually engage with the film in the way it wants me to. Are the cars born as babies and grow to adulthood? Do they…

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June 18, 2019

Four Albums To Blast In Your Car This Summer

Adrian Bryant 4:33pm June 18, 2019 6/18/19

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I have discovered that my routines and tastes are seldom dictated by season. My girlfriend asked me recently what my favorite summer food was, of course thinking in terms of bar and grille food that people love to make during summer cookouts. But burgers, hot dogs, wings, cheese sticks, and other greasy gastrointestinal nightmares are…

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May 31, 2019

The Twilight Zone (2019): Season Finale Review

Adrian Bryant 5:56pm May 31, 2019 5/31/19

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[Spoilers for The Twilight Zone’s season finale “Blurryman” follow.] I have largely stayed away from online discourse concerning The Twilight Zone. While I normally read reviews for movies before I watch them, I wanted to go into this show relatively blind as to what other critics and viewers were saying. Today I went back through…

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May 29, 2019

Review: Booksmart

Adrian Bryant 3:52pm May 29, 2019 5/29/19

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Cinema was perfected when the party comedy was conceived. With the right talent behind them, party comedies like Neighbors and Blockers can transcend our common understanding of art and elevate us to a higher plane of cinematic enjoyment we never thought possible before. And even bad movies like Sisters and The Hangover trilogy are watchable…

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May 24, 2019

“The Twilight Zone” (2019): Episode Nine Review

Adrian Bryant 7:44pm May 24, 2019 5/24/19 Comments Disabled

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[Spoilers for “The Blue Scorpion” follow.] At midnight this past Thursday, the comedy music troupe The Lonely Island dropped a visual rap album (think Beyonce’s Lemonade) called The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience. The “visual poem,” as they refer to it, centers on the eponymous Bash Brothers Mark McGuire (Akiva Schaffer) and Jose Canseco (Andy Samberg)…

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May 20, 2019

“The Twilight Zone” (2019): Episode Eight Review

Adrian Bryant 12:45pm May 20, 2019 5/20/19

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The majority of The Twilight Zone’s  episodes have dealt with hot-button political topics in 2019 ­– police brutality, Donald Trump’s presidency, toxic masculinity, etc. – and have made taken very clear stances on them. Which is fine. Great, even. All art is political and is a response to its cultural environment, sometimes as a direct…

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May 10, 2019

Review: “Detective Pikachu”

Adrian Bryant 2:36pm May 10, 2019 5/10/19 Comments Disabled

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The Pokémon  franchise, which was birthed in the late nineties as a card game with supplemental video games, has remained incredibly ubiquitous in pop-culture. Pokémon are creatures that can be captured and trained for battle against other Pokémon as sport, with large championships being held regularly across the Poké-globe. Essentially, it is cock fighting but…

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May 9, 2019

“The Twilight Zone” (2019): Episode Seven Review

Adrian Bryant 1:22pm May 9, 2019 5/9/19 Comments Disabled

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[Spoilers for “Not All Men” follow.] When I was a young boy,  I went on a fourwheeler ride through the woods with a number of family members. Fourwheeler rides were frequent amongst the Bryant family. We would spend hours traversing the woods and mountains of eastern Kentucky, sinking our ATVs into pond-size mudholes to see…

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