Per Matt As a genre, punk lived fast and loud, much like the music itself. Evolving into a variety of subgenres, many of the musicians who spent their time in the punk spotlight eventually moved on to other projects, pairing… Continue Reading →
Per Matt “Punk was born in the late ’60s. It has lived this whole time, and it will live forever.” This is how the EPIX docuseries gets introduced by Director Penelope Spheeris. Naturally, if there’s bands releasing new music in… Continue Reading →
Describing pre-internet life to a millennial can be difficult, so instead, have them watch Valley of the Boom, which documents life before the World Wide Web in a sorta based on true events six-part limited docuseries, which is also enjoyable for those… Continue Reading →
I love B-monster movies. Anyone who’s read more than two words of mine knows that the cheesier a flick is, the more likely I am to fall in love with it. I grew up watching old black-and-white creature features and… Continue Reading →
Per Matt With the recent death of Scott Weiland, it seems like an appropriate time to examine another favorite artist of mine, one whose incredible recordings and time on this Earth were also cut way too short, Amy Winehouse.
In what has become an incredibly overused (and non-trademarked) phrase, the Discovery Channel rounds up some scientists and zombie preppers to hypothesize their what-if-zombies-become-a-reality scenarios.