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11/1 On Air: Tonight’s Radio Program

Nov 1st, 2012 | By
Irata

ShareTweetTune in to WUAG 103.1 FM from 7-9pm every Thursday night. (Or stream online at wuag.net) Hello Listenership! Tonight on the radio program we have the illustrious band Irata, tradition rock – mathy prog metal hybrids.  We’ll be talking with them about their upcoming show at the Blind Tiger and, hopefully, hearing some face melting
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Mixed Tape Reviews: This Means War

Feb 28th, 2012 | By
This Means War Mixed Tape Review

ShareTweetI recently worked with a guy who would always complain about the romantic comedies he was constantly “forced” to watch with his girlfriend. When I asked him why he was ‘forced’ to see these movies starring the likes of Katherine Heigl, Kate Hudson or the late Brittany Murphy, he said it was because this was
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Mixed Tape Reviews: The Grey

Feb 1st, 2012 | By
Liam Neeson Screenshot Grey

ShareTweet In this modern age of copious sequels, prequels and remakes based on ridiculously high concepts, The Grey gives audiences something we don’t see too often these days — an original movie based on a simple, albeit compelling idea. A group of oil workers from the arctic survive a plane crash that leaves them stranded
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Mixed Tape Reviews: Young Adult

Jan 2nd, 2012 | By
Young Adult Mixed Tape Review

ShareTweetI’ve never watched a movie fumble the ball near the end zone worse than director Jason Reitman and writer Diablo Cody’s “Young Adult.” The film marks the duo’s first collaboration together since their 2007 teen pregnancy opus “Juno.” Since then, Reitman did well for himself, helming “Up in the Air,” which just so happened to
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Mixed Tape Reviews: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Dec 15th, 2011 | By
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

ShareTweetIt took two films and untold millions of dollars to prove it, but The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo simply does not lend itself well to filmmaking. Granted, both Noomi Rapace (from the 2009 Swedish film) and her American counterpart, Rooney Mara, from this newest adaptation directed by David Fincher give memorable performances as the
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Mixed Tape Reviews: Unfocused ‘Zoo’ Can’t Buy Cameron Crowe A Much-Needed Comeback

Nov 30th, 2011 | By
The stars of We Bought a Zoo

ShareTweetWhat I always loved about Cameron Crowe’s better movies was his ability to turn cheese into pizza. What I mean by this is that he takes highly emotional stories that would be terrible in the hands of other filmmakers, and with the right ingredients of great actors and essential truths, he manages to craft good
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