DVD Review: Black Snake Moan

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There’s no doubt about it, some movies just make me flat out uncomfortable. When I saw the poster for Craig Brewer’s (Hustle & Flow) drama Black Snake Moan, with a scantily clad Christina Ricci being held in chains by Samuel …

DVD Review: Nip/Tuck: The Complete Third Season

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From the day Nip/Tuck premiered on FX on July 22, 2003, it was clear this wasn’t your run of the mill standard cable medical show. Nip/Tuck pushed the boundaries of medical ethics, sex, and family values and seemed to enjoy …

Music Review: Omar – Sing (If You Want It)

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Omar is considered by many to be the founder of nu-classic British soul. After a five year layoff, Omar has released his sixth album, Sing (If You Want It). With guest appearances by Stevie Wonder, Common, Angie Stone, and Estelle …

Music Review: Fergie – The Dutchess

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I first saw Stacy “Fergie” Ferguson on the 1980’s television show Kids Incorporated. While the show didn’t indicate that Fergie had great vocal chops, she definitely had a knack for the stage and performing. After minor success in the late …

Music Review: Rachael Sage – The Blistering Sun

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The first thing that caught my eye about singer/songwriter Rachael Sage’s seventh album is the comic-like cover art. Beyond the cover, Ms. Sage’s latest release The Blistering Sun showcases her diverse talents as both a vocalist and lyricist. She manages …

DVD Review: Rawhide: The Complete First Season

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“Move ’em on. Head ’em up.” Those were the first words spoken by the trail boss before the credits began during each episode of the popular 1959 television show Rawhide. On the air for eight seasons from 1959 thru 1966, …

DVD Review: Warner Bros Tough Guys Collection (1936)

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In the 1930’s and 40’s, Warner Brothers had the largest group of film tough guys in the movie business. Among these were James Cagney, Edward G. Robinson, Humphrey Bogart, and George Raft. While none of these movies are considered classics, …