Movie Review: Mr. Untouchable

    Mr. Untouchable (Magnolia Pictures) is a film about Leroy “Nicky” Barnes, a former junkie at age fourteen, who in 1965 was sent to prison for low level drug dealing. He later overcame his addiction when released from prison and became one of the biggest heroin kingpins in Harlem during the 1970’s. Director Marc… Read more »



Movie Review: American Gangster

American Gangster (Universal Pictures) is one of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year. Even prior to its release the film has already created such a buzz that it’s hastily cemented its place alongside other iconic films which celebrate the life and times of the gangster such as Tony Montana in Scarface, Don Corleone… Read more »



Britney Spears: Blackout

The moment that blog readers around the world have waited for has arrived: Britney Spears’s new album, Blackout [Jive/Zomba]. Since much of the marketing for the album relied heavily on news coverage of Britney’s personal troubles, many are curious as to what resulted. Watching Spears is like watching an aircraft go down – you know… Read more »



NFL WEEK 8 Picks

Earlier this week on ESPN SportsCenter, Mike Greenberg of Mike and Mike in the Morning asked Hall of Famer Steve Young who was the better QB, Tom Brady or Peyton Manning?  Young reacted as if his manhood was being questioned and thought that was a ridiculous question.  He didn’t attempt to answer the question and… Read more »



Jackie Long: New Jack Swing

Jackie Long may play an egotistical hard ass in his latest big screen venture The Comebacks, but in reality, he’s just a regular guy who enjoys good friends, good food and some good ol’ sexy music. While many may recognize his face and humorous shenanigans from supporting roles in film hits such as ATL and… Read more »



Game Review: Dewy’s Adventure

    Game: Dewy’s AdventurePublisher: Konami Digital EntertainmentReleased: 2007Platform: Exclusive to the Nintendo WiiRating: 1 out of 5   I will admit that I have a soft spot for that quirky Japanese style of gaming. Those big-eyed, super cute characters and the off-the-wall storylines they become entangled in have always been intriguing to me. Dewy’s… Read more »



Game Review: Eternal Sonata

It’s no secret that the Xbox is sorely lacking in the RPG genre and for the few years of the Xbox 360’s life cycle, it seemed like that trend was going to continue. However, in recent months, there has been an attempt to bolster Microsoft’s sore spot with some quality RPG’s, that have met success,… Read more »