Did you ever think Starship Troopers could be made cute? I didn’t, and I doubt any normal person would either. Thankfully, Funko shows us that they don’t think like normal people, and that’s why we have these adorable new Funko Pop! figurines now. Funko Pop! is now proud to present their latest line of Starship […]
If you’re looking for a fun, coming-of-age comedy to tickle your fancy look no further than Banana Split on Netflix. Banana Split is co-written by and stars Hannah Marks (Runaways), as well as Liana Liberato (Light as a Feather), and Dylan Sprouse – my favorite Sprouse twin. Banana Split tells the story of a girl […]
Rush’s R40 Tour in 2015 was their last, and it featured songs from across their catalog, but it needed more oomph in my opinion. So now, let’s turn their final set list on it’s ear and speculate on what it should have been!
Clockwork Angels – 2012 Rush‘s twentieth and final studio album, Clockwork Angels, was started about an hour from where I sit now, at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, Tennessee with the first two singles. They traveled back north, finishing up in Toronto at Revolution Recording. The album heralded their return to roots in a final, true […]
Vapor Trails – 2002 Studio album number seventeen rolls in six years after their last one, and it took over a year to make. Vapor Trails would hit #6 on the Billboard 200 but has not yet hit gold or platinum status. In reality, that doesn’t make much difference when you’ve reached the peak of […]
The Rush Review covers Rush in the 90’s with Counterparts and Test for Echo!
Presto, 1989 Both Presto and Roll the Bones are very special Rush albums to me. Even though they cross decades, I’m reviewing them together. They both came out while I was in high school. Being the geek that I was (and still claim to be), these two cuts were comforting friends that helped me get […]
The passing of Neil Peart has begun a resurgence of the amazing rock and roll music of Rush. Forbes reported back in January some astonishing statistics. There was a 776% increase in Rush music streaming and a… wait for it… 2000% increase in music sales. Yes, that is a two-thousand percent increase. They also jumped […]
Our latest edition of the Rush Review covers two more 80s albums, 1985’s Power Windows and 1987’s Hold Your Fire. Get ready to rock! Read on…
If you read my last article, here, about winning the Collector Legion 5K Invitational, you’ll know I’m a big fan of Pioneer. I’m an even bigger fan of casting Elvish Mystic into a three drop on turn two. So naturally, at Grand Prix Phoenix over the weekend, I played Green Black Stompy. My list for […]