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The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day Review

It has been nearly 10 years since “The Boondock Saints” arrived in theaters. Now, writer/director Troy Duffy has brought the vigilante MacManus brothers back in an over-the-top sequel that quickly identifies itself as more of a fan service than a Hollywood blockbuster. Saints II starts off eight years after the […]

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Orchestra enchants MCCC

 Devil’s night brings out the true colors of the mischief in each of us. Toledo Symphony Orchestra first chair violinist Kirk Tothplayed the role of Death for Camille Saint-Saens’ Danse Macabre. Conductor Chelsea Tipton II sorted himself into Slytherin house.The TSO’s Harry Potter Meets the Toledo Symphony Orchestra delighted an […]

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Return of the Living Dead

Only so many movies stand the test of time, but Return of the Living Dead keeps coming back for more brains.Return is the movie that started the notion of zombies eating brains, with the dead constantly craving the brains of the living, often making it vocal by growling “braaaains”.Return also […]

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The Men Who Stare at Goats Review

Mixing tones of seriousness and laugh-out-loud funny moments, “The Men Who Stare at Goats” sounds like a quirky, fun, sincere and overall good movie– in theory. Ewan McGregor stars as a journalist from Ann Arbor, Mich. who turns to reporting the war in Iraq after his wife leaves him for […]

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Music Review – New Moon Soundtrack

The soundtrack for the highly anticipated Twilight sequel, New Moon, was released October 16. Following the first movie’s impressive list of tracks, the New Moon soundtrack has a lot to live up to. Highlights from the Twilight soundtrack include Muse’s “Supermassive Black Hole,” “Decode,” performed by Paramore and inspired by […]

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Zombieland Review

 From slow shuffles and monotone moaning to ravenous running and snarling screams, zombies have captivated audience’s attention for over 70 years on the silver screen. The newest entry into zombie flicks, “Zombieland,” offers plenty of laughs for the audience to sink their teeth into (pun intended). We follow the story […]

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Backspacer Review

 Pearl Jam has hit a little bit of a dry spell. Oh, let’s face it: they will never be as strong-willed and empowered as when they were the gods of grunge in Seattle. Eddie Vedder is still doing his thing with side projects, but after World Wide Suicide, nothing really […]

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Daisy Review

Brand New has always put out a new sound that blows listeners away with every track. Daisy keeps you on your toes through every minute. The thought-provoking sounds and lyrics didn’t fail the band’s loyal fan base, retaining the signature sound, while tossing in some new elements to make the […]

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Sci-Fi Crimes Review

The heavy pounding bass line that makes Chevelle the band it is within the heavy rock world is obviously present in the band’s fifth studio album Sci-fi Crimes. However, it isn’t an album that is a necessity to a collection as Wonder What’s Next (2002) was. The generic Chevelle sound […]

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Hideous and Perfect Review

The latest addition to the Angelspit discography, Hideous and Perfect brings a new sound to the playing field. Angelspit is an industrial/electronic body music band from Sydney, Australia.  The band consists of ZooG and DestroyX, two artists that often combine cyberpunk, horror and medical imagery. While Hideous and Perfect feels very familiar, […]