Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

By: Patrick Doss In 2008, J.J. Abrams produced a found footage film by the name of Cloverfield. The film had a budget of roughly twenty-five million dollars, and would become a commercial success making roughly one-hundred seventy million dollars in its box office run. The film also received fairly strong reviews, with rotten tomatoes reporting roughly 77% of critics giving it a positive review. While … Continue reading Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

By: Patrick Doss The wait is finally over. After what has seemed like an eternity, Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been released to theaters across the globe, and for the most part, the wait was well worth it! The J.J. Abrams directed film is one-hundred thirty five minutes of nonstop action, and it will surely quench the thirst of even the most dry-mouthed Star … Continue reading Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Review: Yellow Claw & Flux Pavilion’s “Catch Me”

By: Patrick Doss Crossing genre lines is almost always a tricky concept to master when you are producing music. Sometimes like in the case of Eminem & Dido‘s 2000 hit Stan, the combination of two completely different artists works perfectly. However, as is the case with Dutch trap producing group Yellow Claw, and British Dubstep producer Flux Pavilion, their new release “Catch Me”, proves that … Continue reading Review: Yellow Claw & Flux Pavilion’s “Catch Me”

Review: dream/killer

By: Patrick Doss Dynamic characters always make the film going experience much more enjoyable. When they are real life individuals starring in a documentary, their character development is even more special. In the 2015 Andrew Jenks documentary dream/killer, Bill Ferguson fits this description perfectly. The premise of the film, is about the mistrial of Ryan Ferguson, who was charged with the murder of Columbia Daily … Continue reading Review: dream/killer

Interview with Listopad Producer Jeffrey Brown

By: Patrick Doss After screening his film, I was able to sit down with Jeffrey Brown, one of the producers of the film Listopad, and ask him a few questions about his involvement in the film, and his additional works. You originally hail from Texas. What brought you to the Czech Republic? I went to Texas A&M. We had a program in my living room in college, … Continue reading Interview with Listopad Producer Jeffrey Brown

‘United We Are’ Review

By Patrick Doss The day is finally upon us. Nearly three years removed from his last album Planets, world-renowned producer Robbert van de Corput, better known by his stage name, Hardwell, released his 2015 album United We Are via Cloud 9 Music. Certainly being the reigning DJ Mag #1 DJ for the past two years places a great deal of pressure on the famed Dutch producer. However, … Continue reading ‘United We Are’ Review

‘The Wedding Ringer’ Review

By Patrick Doss The romantic-comedy is a genre that is often quite tricky to master. Being able to alternate between jokes and heartfelt moments isn’t exactly the easiest thing for writers and directors to do. It is especially difficult when the jokes are as raunchy as the ones in the 2015, Kevin Hart led comedy The Wedding Ringer.     Unfortunately, the execution of the switch … Continue reading ‘The Wedding Ringer’ Review

‘Money Sucks, Friends Rule’ Review

By Patrick Doss 1. “All That” Although there are many people who disagree with the following statement, I am going to say it anyway, Twista is one of the greatest rappers who has ever lived. I am a huge fan of his classic tracks “Overnight Celebrity” and “Slow Jamz”, and this collaboration with Dillon Francis and The Rejectz is no different. “All That” definitely sets the stage for the … Continue reading ‘Money Sucks, Friends Rule’ Review