For the past week I have been inflicted with some strange undiagnosed illness. Here is my two-day story of how I dealt with it.
While the network television schedule is beginning to wind down, that doesn’t mean that there will be a lack of quality shows in the weeks to come.
Thanks to the upgrade of great original programming by cable and premium cable networks over the last decade, people are no long stranded in the dry spell of horrible summer programing. Continue reading Spring TV preview
This week on Radcentric, writer/actor Ricky Parks comes on the show to discuss his involvement with “Making a Scene: A Night of One Acts,” and we also we dive into his own work. Continue reading Radcentric: Playwright Ricky Parks
Let me start off with this: “Spring Breakers” has done something that no film has done before.
This is the first film I’ve ever seen where I can’t tell if it was horrible or strangely genius. It’s a film that is absurd moment after moment and then follows it up with beautiful shots and amazing cinematography.
“Spring Breakers” is the story of four college girls who are so bored and tired at the sight of their school that they rob a restaurant in order to pay for their spring break trip.
Where the film struggles is the fact that it may have one of the worst screenplays ever written. Every solid piece of dialogue is followed up with multiple examples of why the movie came out as bad as it did.
The script is full of pointless monologues and way too many weird moments that just don’t seem to work. However, this film is saved about 35 minutes in when James Franco finally shows up. Continue reading “Spring Breakers”: The greatest bad film ever
In an early March tradition, big blockbuster movies come to the screen, the ones that aren’t quite right to compete with the big movies of the summer season. This year it’s “Oz the Great and Powerful.” Continue reading “Oz the Great and Powerful” review
With all the hoopla surrounding the Academy Awards, the focus has slipped away from another great American institution, The Razzie Awards. A time to celebrate the utter garbage that Hollywood produces.
Taking home the award for “Worst Picture” this year was “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2.” Most likely on account of its absorbedly long title. “Twilight” was a terrible movie, but among the other nominees it was far from the worst. Continue reading The Razzies got it wrong
Today on Radcentric we talk with Radford University sophomore Matthew Bagley.
Bagley, known on stage as Alexander Mack, is an up-and-coming rapper whose music can be found on soundcloud. He sat down with us to discuss his influences and his opinion on the music industry.
I want everyone to sit back, look around and remember where they are because we may be living in the last few months of one of the greatest cult shows of all time.
“Community” returned on Feb. 7 much to the joy of its small fan base, and the producers and show runners are making one last attempt to find an audience for their weirdtastic show. Continue reading The beginning of the end of “Community”
We’re living in a new world when it comes to comedy. With new technologies, people can discover up-and-coming comedians through their videos on YouTube and now many comedians have their own podcasts. However, when it comes to mainstream success we still have to settle for what the TV networks are giving us. With so few great and innovative programs out there, a strong following is really important. So here is the list of the ten most underrated and under-appreciated people, TV shows and podcasts that every comedy fan should watch. Continue reading Top ten things every comedy nerd should watch