Archive for April 3rd, 2015


‘Saturday Night Live’ Documentary Will Be Released This Summer

After 40 years of hilarious skits and satirical news reports, director Bao Nguyen felt inspired to create the SNL documentary that will be Live From New York! , the film that will open the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival this month. The documentary showcasing Saturday Night Live‘s history will officially hit theatres on June 12, playing in major cities […]


Four Year Strong Announce Self-Titled Record

Four Year Strong have announced that they will be dropping their self-titled album on June 2 with Pure Noise Records. This fifth full-length record was produced by Kurt Ballou (Every Time I Die, Code Orange Kids, High On Fire) at Godcity Studio in their hometown of Massachusetts and will deliver 11 brand new tracks from the […]


Morrissey Announces 2015 U.S. Tour

This is cause for cautious excitement. Morrissey has been touring the US more and more in recent years, but nearly every run has ended early due to one reason or another. We’re hoping this story has a happier ending, but we’ll have to wait and see what happens. Earlier today, April 3, Morrissey announced plans […]


Front Porch Step Finally Releases Statement Regarding Sexual Misconduct Allegations

After three months of hiding out away from the internet and public eye, Jake McElfresh, better known by his stage name Front Porch Step, has released a statement via Facebook regarding December’s allegations of sexual misconduct with minors. You can read the entire post below. Late last year, allegations regarding McElfresh’s conduct with underage girls […]


Oh No, A Play-Doh Movie May Soon Be A Reality

Following the success of The Lego Movie, Hollywood execs began scrambling for other brands from our collective childhood that could be easily converted into box office gold. While I’m not sure 20th Century Fox has a sure thing on their hands, the studio’s latest acquisition is turning more than a few heads. According to reports […]


MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Cut Bank’ Finds Murder And Mystery In A Quiet Town

Film: Cut Bank Starring: Liam Hemsworth, Billy Bob Thornton Directed by: Matt Shakman Set against the backdrop of a quiet community too small to make national headlines, Cut Bank tells a story of murder and hope through the eyes of a desperate young man. Liam Hemsworth is Dwayne McLaren, a twenty-something who has spent the […]

moorhead and benson

UTG INTERVIEW: Directors Aaron Moorhead & Justin Benson Discuss ‘Spring’

Co-directors Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson released their debut film, Resolution, in 2012 to wide praise and an almost immediate cult following. We loved it and were excited to see what the future held for these two filmmakers, especially after they revealed to us that their next project was already well on its way. Spring […]


Between The Buried And Me Stream “Memory Palace” From ‘Coma Ecliptic’

Apart from damn good musicianship and really long track lengths, you never quite know for sure what you’re going to get from North Carolina’s Between The Buried And Me. With their eighth LP set to release on July 10 through Metal Blade, we’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of new material following 2012’s epic The […]


MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Furious 7’ Has Everything Franchise Fans Want (And More)

Film: Furious 7 Starring: Vin Diesel, Paul Walker Directed by: James Wan Exhibiting a near-perfect mix of insane action sequences and emotional depth, Furious 7 proves there is still a lot of fuel in the Fast & Furious franchise. We begin right where we left off. Having abandoned this universe after the reality-shredding plane chase […]


MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Kill Me Three Times’

Film: Kill Me Three Times Directed by: Kriv Stenders Starring: Simon Pegg, Alice Braga, Teresa Palmer Just based on the conception of an idea for a film, people are going to start relating it to past cinematic efforts. On the other hand, some ideas borrow so much from others that they end up trying harder […]


UTG @ Melbourne International Comedy Festival: Nina Conti, Nick Cody, and Sam Simmons

Comic: Nina Conti Show: In Your Face Venue: Melbourne Town Hall Ventriloquist Nina Conti and her long-time, foul-mouthed puppet companion, Monkey, have been delighting MICF audiences for years with their unique brand of comedy. If Tuesday night’s performance is anything to go by, Conti’s new show In Your Face will only intensify Melbourne’s love affair […]

Hidden Hospitals

MUSIC VIDEO: Hidden Hospitals – “Rose Hips”

Hidden Hospitals are a four piece alternative rock outfit based out of Chicago, Illinois. On March 24, the group released a new album titled Surface Tension. The band teamed up with Alternative Press to premiere a black and white music video for one of the singles off the album, titled “Rose Hips.” You can also […]