Holy Rollers – Review

Holy Rollers – Review
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It’s 1998 in Brooklyn as 20-year-old Hasidic Jew named Sam Gold is frustrated with working for his father and has recently found out that the girl who he was set to marry’s family is looking for a different husband for their daughter. … read more

Louis C.K.: Hilarious – Review

Louis C.K.: Hilarious – Review
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Hilarious: According to Louis C.K. it’s something that is so funny it ruins your life. It makes you laugh so hard that you loose your mind. When you finish laughing you’re homeless. You have shit, leaves and twigs in your hair. … read more

The Perfect Host – Review

The Perfect Host – Review
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John Taylor has just robbed a bank. His foot is bleeding through his shoe and his face is all over the news. He’s been convicted of theft and assault before. He’s completely fucked. … read more

Queens Cup Open

Queens Cup Open
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On Saturday, March 27 the Queens Cup took over the Pick n’ Shovel Park at Park City Mountain Resort for the fifth year in a row. This year’s all-female ski and snow slope style competition attracted 29 ladies to ride with the pros. Check out Katie Panzer’s photos! … read more

King Khan & The Shrines @ Urban

King Khan & The Shrines @ Urban
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There are very few live performances that live up to their hype. Weeks before the King Khan show took place there were already whispers that it would sell out. The day of the show there were even rumors that the show would sell out before doors even opened. The general feeling seemed to be that everyone who knew anything about music would be attending King Khan. … read more

Andre Williams with The Goldstars, The Rubes and DJ Dirty Davey

Andre Williams with The Goldstars, The Rubes and DJ Dirty...
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Seeing an aging musician can be a gamble. I can’t count the number of times I’ve coughed up cash to see some geriatric legend to find myself bored out of my mind watching some drunk, washed-up mess. Luckily Andre Williams is not one of these musicians—he isn’t even close to it. On Monday night the 74-year old Black Godfather took the stage to a severely under packed crowd.

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I Saw The Devil

I Saw The Devil
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Korean filmmaker, Kim Jee-woon, brings Sundance audiences a gruesome psychological thriller that spares no gut-wrenching graphic detail with “I Saw The Devil”. After a psychopath rapes and murders the pregnant fiancée of secret-service agent Soo-hyun, the psychopath becomes the unsuspected prey of the grief-stricken man. … read more

Magic Trip

Magic Trip
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In 1964 author Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters set out on a LSD fueled road trip across the United States in a brightly colored converted school bus driven by none-other than Jack Kerouac’s speed freak traveling companion, Neal Cassidy. Their destination: New York City’s World’s Fair.  … read more

Submarine

Submarine
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Richard Ayoade’s first feature length film is a hilarious and dark coming-of-age story about Oliver Tate, a 15-year-old living in Wales who is as delusional as he is awkward. Tate carries a brief case to school, reads the dictionary for fun, routinely spies on his parents and eventually is convinced that his mother is having an affair with their mystical neighbor.  … read more

Happy, Happy

Happy, Happy
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Kaja is an overly optimistic woman living in the middle of nowhere who is married to a man who hasn’t had sex with her for over a year. She claims that family is the most important thing—despite the fact that her husband and son don’t treat her particularly well. Although her life isn’t ideal by any means, she gets through it with a glowing smile.  … read more