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Atomic Hotel Erotica (2014)
Released February, 02 2014


Director : Dean McKendrick.
Cast : Krissy Lynn, Sophia Bella, Mary Carey, Eric Masterson, Ryan Driller.
Genre : Comedy.
Duration : 1 hours 22 minutes

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Marvel’s Inhumans: IMAX (2017)
Released September, 09 2017


Director : Roel Reiné.
Cast : Sonya Balmores, Isabelle Cornish, Eme Ikwuakor, Ken Leung, Mike Moh.
Genre : Action, Adventure, TV Movie.
Duration : 1 hours 20 …

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Justice League (2017)
Released November, 11 2017


Director : Zack Snyder, Joss Whedon.
Cast : Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller.
Genre : Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction.
Duration : 1 …

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It (2017)
Released September, 09 2017


Director : Andy Muschietti.

Cast : Jaeden Lieberher, Bill Skarsgård, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard.

Genre : Adventure, Drama, Horror.

Duration : 2 hours 15 minutes

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mother! (2017)
Released September, 09 2017


Director : Darren Aronofsky.
Cast : Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris, Michelle Pfeiffer, Domhnall Gleeson.
Genre : Drama, Horror.
Duration : 2 hours 1 minutes

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Culture, Music, Song of the Day »

Field Music broke their hiatus with a double album Measure that for all of it’s grand expectation wasn’t that bad of an album. The band are at it again. Next year will see the release of Plumb. Today we have a track from the album “(I Keep Thinking About) A New Thing.”

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Keep Shelly in Athens is a Grecian duo with mad blog hype. Their first 12″ came on Forest Family Records, the label helmed by Gorilla Vs Bear, and the hype didn’t stop there. Countless music magus have featured the band with their sexy laid back sound mixing Balearic and down-tempo electronic. Today we have a new track from the band on the eve of their US debut. “DIY” is a sultry track that is perfect for late nights or long drives. The brooding piano mixes well with the well placed horn hits. Take a listen and keep on the look out for more from this band. Also check out their tour dates in the image.

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Jessie and The Toy Boys, the outfit for singer Jessie Malakouti, have been having quite a year. Their first single “Push It” became a mild success and after successful roars with Britney Spears and a stint on the Identity Fest Jessie is prepping her first full length. Which bring suss to “Let’s Get Naughty.” On the surface this is another Lady Gaga, Dev, insert pop star here inspired song. I’m sure some will hate on this for the sophomoric lyrics but it is a fun tune. Be sure to check out her debut album This is How Rumors Start out next year.

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At the end of my first five months in gay ol’ New York City, among encounters with men of all shapes and sizes (heh), with razor blade lips and high-fashion pouts, with glistening eyes and affectionate brows; after inviting into my home countless opportunities for romance and profound mutual discovery, I have reached this ultimate conclusion: I’m better off with bread.

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Guided By Voices announced that their Hopscotch date this year would be the last time you could see the 93-96 line-up or “classic” band together live. Right before the band were set to play their second last show ever the band announced a new GBV album recorded by the class line up for release next January. Of course the internet freaked out. GBV haven’t been much of a heavy hitting band since the early days and now after a few tepid records (2004′s Half Smiles for the Decomposed was just alight) and a hell of a lot of Pollard releases (including three AMAZING Boston Spaceships albums and one lengthy but rewarding double album) GBV are back doing what they do best. Today we have just shy of two minutes from GBV with a new tune from their 2012 release Let’s Go Eat The Factory. “The Unskinable Fats Domino” is a tune that could’ve been written at any time and it could easily fit on any of their classic albums. That is a testament to Pollard’s amazing song-writing and the band’s superb skill.