I find myself bemused by the sense of entitlement and ownership we geeks have toward our media in this day and age. From how beloved literary characters are portrayed on the screen to how a popular television series ends, we have become so used to this pandering to geek culture that any perceived miss-step has … Continue reading Editorial: The Jaded Countenance of Geek Culture
It is amazing how even albums that are over a half century old still manage to be some of the most impactful pieces of music history to this very day. Today's entry is one of those albums, one that is perfect in it's execution and frankly only get's better with each subsequent playing. I present … Continue reading Stand Out Albums: Harry Belafonte ‘Calypso’ (1956)
Last week we had the first part of our two part interview with actor Kirk Taylor where he discussed his time in films such as The Last Dragon and Death Wish 3. We are back with Kirk this week were we find out about some of his musical past, his current work and a little bit about his family history.
So, I present: A Life of Faith and Determination, a conversation with Actor Kirk Taylor. Part two: 'It's Come Full Circle.'
Today we welcome Actor Kirk Taylor to the Late To The Game for the first of a two part interview where he discusses his journey into acting and his time working with film greats such as Julius Carry, Charles Bronson, Stanley Kubrick and how he cleverly gained a speaking role in the Francis Ford Coppola film, The Cotton Club. Kirk has been in numerous productions over the years and, when not acting, he has started teaching actors and even recording music of his own.
So allow me to present: A Life of Faith and Determination, an interview with Actor Kirk Taylor. Part One, Loves and Fishes.
Under the Surface: A discussion with Actor/ Director Zach Brown about his life, Hard Surfaces and more.
A journey into Darkness: A review of the film 'Us' (2019)
A Conversation with a Hollywood Villain, an Interview with Patrick Kilpatrick.
A Special Interview with actor Patrick Kilpatrick where he talks about his life, his time on Toxic Avenger, The Stand, X-files, Star Trek, his opinions on Digital Streaming and his new book.
Every year I like to call out some of my favorite comics or graphic novels that I have read. These can be new series or even series that I have read in the past but my one caveat is that I have to have read (or re-read) them during the past year. There is no particular order, just my favorites.
Haiku: Middle Age
Chris Cornell: When Bad Goes Good