Maze Runner is getting it’s third film with The Death Cure. It is scheduled to release in theaters this upcoming January. So get ready to run the maze again. Here’s the trailer through MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel:
Emma Charleston has been very generous with us and our listeners. She is sharing with everyone again her latest music video for her single “Don’t Wait Up” from her Enjoy the Ride EP. This is a little slower song and has a beautiful string instrumentality. At first the single sounds very simplistic with just the guitar and Emma’s voice, but very shortly into the single we get a great encompassing sound when the other strings and background singers come in. The music video itself is a studio type video so you get to see all of the artists involved in making this single. Very nicely done all the way around. Here’s Emma Charleston’s music video “Don’t Wait Up” through her YouTube channel – Richard:
Tokyo Otaku Mode News has a cool article and video about glasses that Tokyo Otaku Mode offers that are inspired by anime. These are very cool and I’m going to have to browse the site just to see what pricing is like. Here’s the link to the site and the video that Luis found on Facebook and shared with his friends. Very cool!
Kelsey Kerrigan want’s everyone to take a listen to her single “Driving Around”. This single has an upbeat driving beat that gets the listener interested from the start. The style is kind of a pop infused folk sound. This is one that you would throw into the car and as the title suggests just listen to as you’re driving around. It’s one of those songs that gets your head to bobbing. The ending will catch you by surprise, but as a whole I enjoyed it. Here’s Kelsey Kerrigan’s single “Driving Around” through SoundCloud – Richard:
Netflix has released the full trailer for Marvel’s Punisher Season 1. They of course updated the story to make it modern and gave it a Jason Bourne type backstory. Frank Castle worked for the CIA doing the dirty work and now he has been sanctioned and he is going after the people that sanctioned him. Here’s the trailer through MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel:
The Lavender Scare is sharing with us their single “Drag for a Queen”. The style of this single is very much in the tradition of what you might hear coming out of the theater or more specifically the cabaret. With this being my only experience with the duos music I’m unsure if they will continue with this style or develop other sounds. This is a very specific style, but The Lavender Scare hits it on the mark. Here’s The Lavender Scare’s “Drag for A Queen” through SoundCloud – Richard:
Here is Frank Miller’s third installment of the Dark Knight series. This volume collects the Batman The Dark Knight: Master Race series into one complete volume. This is a nice addition to the previous Dark Knight volumes that Frank Miller started with in his The Dark Knight Returns. Here’s the trailer through DC Entertainment’s YouTube channel:
Jonathon and Lynn got to go to TopCon Geek Expo this year. They had a great time and wanted to share their trip with everyone. Lynn was there with his novel Zombie Waltz Volume 2. Jonathon rode along to keep him company. Both got to see several of our friends and meet new friends. So sit back and join us as Jonathon and Lynn recount their fun trip to TopCon Geek Expo.
Lynn’s next stop is at the Little Apple Comic Expo this weekend in Manhattan, Kansas. So be sure to stop by his booth and get your copies of Zombie Waltz.
Music Drops Used:
“Movin’ Right Along”, Kermit and Fozzie, The Muppet Movie SoundTrack, Atlantic Records, 1979.
Common Deer is giving our listeners a taste of their second EP with their single “Wait!” This single has a good driving beat that is sustained throughout the single. The verse is fairly tame, but when the chorus hits it comes in strong with a powerful burst of energy. The band’s second EP is simply entitle EPII which is available from your digital vendor of choice. Here’s Common Deer’s single “Wait!”, through SoundCloud, for you to check out while your looking up their music – Richard:
AnimeNews Network has an interesting interview/article with Sentai Filmworks announcement that in 2019 it will phase out the majority of it’s DVD production and go primarily to a Blu-ray production. This will probably be the trend with other distributors as well. Think back to when VHS’ were phased out, now it’s DVD’s turn. Such is the march of time, but in reality our household still has a VHS player to play some of the VHS’ that don’t have an updated format. Here’s the link over to the article