As we have previously featured here on watchoutfor.com.au, popular musician/producer Danger Mouse has collaborated with longtime friend Daniele Luppi on an album known as Rome; a tribute to the sounds of the Spaghetti Western genre [watch photo shoot interviews HERE].
Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is then banished to Earth by his father Odin (Anthony Hopkins) while his somewhat oily brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) promises to take care of things while he’s gone.
Californian metal group Machine Head have revealed that their seventh studio album is to be released in September.
This week, the ever-so-witty Seamus Gane takes a look at Matt Damon’s tragic non-appearance in The Bourne Legacy, news of sequals for Thor [watch Seamus' video review of Thor here] and Captain America, and at trailer for 30 Minutes Or Less: a hillarious new comedy from Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland) starring Jesse Eiseneberg (Zombieland, The Social Network) and Aziz Ansari [Check out our exclusive interview with Aziz Ansari here].
Elbowed out of cinemas by bloated CGI-epics and low-budget bromance comedies, the glory days of action movies are firmly in the rear view mirror. Little wonder that Fast & Furious 5 comes as a shock : fast-paced without becoming incoherent and packed with action sequences that don’t need rapid-editing to thrill, director Justin Lin takes [...]
If you’re unfamiliar with Seattle’s Fleet Foxes, then I suggest you familiarise yourself immediately with one the modern era’s most genuinely exciting folk bands.
Guys, this is your thirteenth album; I know there was that three year break between the epic fail of Red Carpet Massacre and this (All Your Need is Now) but surely you haven’t forgotten some of the basic tenets of album craft…like not to open a new album with a dodgy, wet ballad?
It has been seven long years, but it has finally happened; Jebediah are back with Kosciuszko.
Just over a year ago Watch Out For reported that a film called The Change-Up was on it’s way, combining the comic stylings of Jason Bateman and the rock-hard abs of Ryan Reynolds, well it’s here…and it looks good.
Hi, Seamus Gane here! You know, the crafty voice behind Sunday To Sunday [watch most recent episode HERE] – an all-encompassing weekly video review of all things movie news? Well anyway, I’m here breaking conventions with a mid-week review of the soon-to-be-released blockbuster Thor. You can watch the review below, and don’t forget about my weekly episodes of Sunday To Sunday – which come out Sunday evenings.
The idea of Willie Nelson teaming up with Snoop Dogg will most likely have many of you turning up our noses, suspicious of yet another cringe worthy music-crossover primarily generated when one party wants to appear open minded (Willie), and the other wants to grab a few extra fans (Snoop Dogg). I’m aware that not [...]
The 2011 remake, directed by Jason Winer and starring British “actor” Russell Brand, unquestionably didn’t make me wish I was Arthur, it was punishment enough having to watch him be Arthur for just over an hour and a half.