Bad news, Evangelion fans! The Netflix streams of Neon Genesis Evangelion removed the cover versions of the Frank Sinatra song “Fly Me to the Moon.” The original TV series always ended with the song playing over the end credits. It’s not the Frank Sinatra version, since that would have been expensive to lease, but a […]
So you’ve seen Netflix and Charlie Brooker‘s touching and hearbreaking Black Mirror documentary on her life “Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too” and are now the proud owner of your very own Ashley Too. If that wasn’t enough to make your 2019, we are now being treated to the official music video for ‘On A Roll,’ […]
No matter what an alum of NBC‘s Saturday Night Live eventually goes on to do with their career – from cutting edge to family friendly to conservative cues – there’s always something pretty cool about watching them return to the long-running sketch comedy-variety series. It feels like what athletes and artists say about performing in […]
FOX’s enigmatically alluring guilty pleasure The Masked Singer has been an instant hit. Viewers tune-in and find themselves overly invested in a ridiculously entertaining and addictive guessing game. Over-the-top flashy costumes conceal the identities of singing celebrities who drop misleading clues and reveal increasingly telling secrets each week. Bleeding Cool is not ashamed to admit […]
“Take me down to a left at Albuquerque Where the carrots are orange and the Fudd is quirky…” Let’s just cut to the chase and clear up the confusion.. Yes, that was Axl Rose of Guns N’ Roses fame you heard singing on Christmas Eve when Boomerang aired new New Looney Tunes episode ‘Armageddon Outta Here, Part Two.’ […]
In what can be viewed as either great news or an ominous warning — depending on how badly the earworm has set up shop in your brain since its release in 2006 — the Plain White T’s hit song ‘Hey There Delilah’ is being adapted for the small screen as a scripted series. Lively McCabe Entertainment and Primary […]
AMC Theaters has posted a new banner for the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming. And for the masochist in all of us, there’s apparently going to be some sort of preview for the movie during the MTV Movie Awards this weekend. How desperate are you to see new footage? Summary: Following the events of Captain America: Civil […]
This weekend, I went to the British Library in London to see Dave McKean sing and play the piano. To most he is an artist, whose work is often associated with the comics industry. His most prominent and widely seen pieces right now are the covers to Sandman Overture. Others will remember the graphic novel […]
Currently in cinemas across the US and UK is a new edit of Anchorman 2, replacing many of the jokes and inserting new material that was, previously, just cluttering up the cutting room floor.
Alan Moore is releasing a single today, The Decline of English Murder for November 5th with Occupation Records, part of the Occupy movement. The song; tells the story of the ‘English murder’ imposed on the people by the greed of the banks and incompetence of the state, and is written and sung by Moore with […]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF9mnwN_P98[/youtube] There may be a Real Life Supervillain. There are questions about his behaviour during the May Day protests in Seattle. But Phoenix Jones also stars in a new music video with a song about… himself, from Quickie. There’s also a PhoenixCam version of the Seattle protests, put online to prove that Phoenix did not […]
BBC America have cooked up a couple of talking-heads specials to promote the imminent return of Doctor Who. For the most part, these specials seem to be filled with people I don’t know stating the obvious or making suspiciously hype-minded and sometimes spurious claims. Here’s a sample. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fItVNiCEWtk[/youtube] And with all of the meaningless bullshit […]
During a live satellite link up with Empire Big Screen, The Muppets director James Bobin and star Kermit The Frog took questions, fended off stage invasion from other muppets and introduced a world premiere clip from the movie. And what a clip it was. The scene begins with Jason Segel as Gary, Amy Adams as […]
For Christmas Day. Neil Gaiman’s Sky At Night sung, composed and performed by Dave McKean.