Film Review: “Metallica: Through The Never” — Nimród Antal (2013)

Rating: 10 / 10 (if you’re a Metallica fan) Rating: 8 / 10 (otherwise) During the opening scenes of the new concert / video montage / Anarchy-gone-berserk film Metallica: Through The Never, a young roadie named Trip (Dane DeHaan) is making his way backstage before a Metallica show. He first passes singer/guitarist James Hetfield, who glares at…

Film/Album Review: “Give My Regards To Broad Street” — Paul McCartney (1984)

This is a first for me. In a rare display of vertical integration in such a heretofore wholly insular blog such as this, I have decided to do a Two-For-Tuesday review (albeit one published on a Wednesday, and written in pieces over several days). Ahh… remember when Two-For-Tuesday was a big deal on AOR radio?…

Film Review: “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (1978)

Rating: Are you kidding me? I don’t think you have really lived until you’ve watched the Bee Gees engage in a disco kung-fu battle against poorly choreographed nurses while Steve Martin, gyrating in the corner and performing a rather freakish Peter Lorre impression, dodges blows from a silver cane swung by Peter Frampton.  But let’s not get ahead…