Canadian legend and icon Bruce Cockburn has released his latest single and video, “April In Memphis,” ahead of his new album Crowing Ignites on September 20, and it’s a mesmerizing, moving piece of art that celebrates, and mourns, the great Martin Luther King Jr.
This summer my family took a road trip to New Brunswick for a little vacation, visiting with my father, and exploring the province for a few days. It was such a great trip, driving over 3,000 km from Toronto to Saint John, and back again that I had to make a video.
Goodbye Team Awesome Force! The fifth and final season of Killjoys premieres on Space and SyFy tonight at 10:00 PM, and I have a lot of on-set footage to share with you, including this video interview with co-producer Beth Iley and producer Julian Doucet.
Stranger Things 3 premieres on Netflix tonight at midnight, and while not much is known at this point, the latest season has promised major happenings in the town of Hawkins, Indiana.
“The truck the world didn’t know it was waiting for,” may be the best way to describe the all-new 2019 Truckla, the first ever Tesla pickup truck.
Happy Endgame week; it’s finally here. Avengers: Endgame opens in theatres everywhere tonight and it’s going to be one of the years biggest films because fans are excited, and the film really does a lot of things right.
Two hours with the new Samsung Galaxy S10+ is just about enough time to get a sense of the new smartphone, and then wish I had even more time to really test it out. First impression: it’s very impressive and opens up a lot of new options.
Clara is director Akash Sherman’s second feature film, and it’s an impressive, moving, and smart cinematic work with compelling performances by Patrick J. Adams as Dr. Isaac Bruno, and Troian Bellisario as Clara.
“Radiohead meets Nick Cave meets Bach. In the middle of a panic attack.” That dichotomy of sound is what defines Alien Hand Syndrome, AKA Vienna based artist Clemens Engert, and his new single and music video, “Entwined,” is personal, transportive, and moody leap into his world, and state of mind.
Paul Bettany has earned “double bobble-head status,” and apparently his kids are pretty impressed. To earn that status, he played the robotic superhero, Vision, in Marvel’s Avengers films, including the massive hit Avengers: Infinity War, and now he’s the villainous Dryden Vos in Solo: A Star Wars Story.