Happy Halloween! October is traditionally known for the fall season and for hosting Halloween on the last day of the month. Likewise film distributors tend to look at October as a good time to release horror and slasher films for Halloween on fight-seeking audiences across the country, and around the world. October, however, has a long history of major motion picture releases that is not strictly limited to the horror genre. Read on to see our list of impressive October releases, and enjoy your Halloween Weekend! Continue reading →
Patrick Swayze was one of the premiere action stars of the 1980s, and also a regular appearance in romance movies like Ghost (1990) and Dirty Dancing (1987). The action side of his career include movies like Red Dawn (1984) and Point Break</em (1991), and another classic that’s about to be remade with director Rob Cohen (The Fast and the Furious, XXX), Road House (1989). Though the original film seems still relatively recent, the story of a tough bar bouncer in Missouri who gets mixed up with some suspect characters is getting a full-fledged remake with Joel Silver in the producer’s chair. There is no word yet as to who will reprise Swayze’s role in the original, but casting has yet to take place, so we’ll watch out for further details.
Yesterday, Detroit producer/artist Denmark Vessey dropped a funny promo for his upcoming project entitled “Cult Classic”. Denmark’s been doing his thing lately, releasing “Don’t Drink The Kool-Aid” earlier this month and recently signing to Blue & Exile’s Dirty Science record label. Hopefully the man keeps it up, click the link below to check out “Don’t Drink The Kool-Aid” and stay tuned for more.
Denmark Vessey has been making some major moves as of late, first by recently signing to Exile’s (Blu & Exile) Dirty Science record label and now by dropping his project “Don’t Drink The Kool-Aid”. After spending what seems like a short amount of time in L.A., Denmark has quickly made himself a musician to watch. Front runner of Store Front Church, this dude is definitely a true musician; far from just a rapper. Check out his new album below and stay tuned for more.