Your exclusive first look at the extended trailer!
Philly’s legendary Dancin’ on Air got a reality show, and we’ve got your first look at the extended trailer! Saturday Morning Fever is light-hearted “docu-comedy” that tells the story of the long-running local Philadelphia dance show, which once helped launch the careers of some of the biggest stars! Some of which include Fresh Prince Will Smith, Madonna, and more. According to the Fuse TV’s description of the series, “despite Dancin’ On Air’s small stage and its lack of name recognition these days, the show’s current regulars wholeheartedly believe that this is their ticket to stardom.” Once you see the promo, you’ll understand that not everyone has the dance moves down, but they all truly believe they’ll make it one day! That’s what counts right? Watch the trailer above — it’ll seriously make you all want to bust a move and see if YOU have what it takes to be on the show. Also, don’t miss the series premiere of Saturday Morning Fever on Wednesday, January 27 at 11/10c!
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Yesterday I teased that I was about to do something really cool and today I am happy to share all the deets with all of you. As you may have noticed, I have fallen desperately in love with seeing movies in 4DX where the theatrical experience of seeing a movie is heightened by wind, water, motion, light and other effects choreographed with the film so that the viewer feels like they are in the movie. In all of my raving on the blog and in social media, the folks at 4DX caught wind of my fandom and reached out to me. It turns out that longtime PITNB reader Catherine is one of the 4DX editors responsible for adding the 4DX effects to the movies that get released and she reached out to me with an invitation to visit the 4DX studios in Hollywood to learn a bit more about what they do. As you can imagine, I jumped at the chance to do so. Yesterday was my day to visit and I had the best time ever. More »
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After I saw the original members of L7 perform their first concert in 18 years at the Echo on Thursday night, I had a hard time imagining a show that could outdo their blistering performance. Last night, I saw The Bangles live in concert at the Troubadour in West Hollywood and can honestly say that the show was just as amazing as the L7 show but for vastly different reasons. The Bangles are touring without original bassist Michael Steele which was a bummer to me … until they brought out Kathy Valentine of The Go Gos to play on stage with them. I mean … The Bangles and a Go Go together on one stage? I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. I managed to get some photos and video of the performances of Walk Like an Egyptian and Eternal Flame, which you can see below. I have a feeling you will enjoy. More »
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In the past few weeks, I’ve been hearing about and falling in love from afar with a new band out of the UK called Years and Years and last night I got to see them make their official debut here in LA at their sold out concert at The Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA (Y&Y made their unofficial LA debut at Bardot on Monday night at a last-minute surprise show that I missed). I’ve been really anxious to hear this band live so I was very excited to see the show. I got to meet up with Darion for dinner before the show last night for the first time in forever so that was a lot of fun too. After we got caught up over dinner, we made our way to the Troub to see Years and Years play their first LA show. More »
Posted under: 'King', Years and Years
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On Friday night, I traveled back to 1987 to see Dokken in concert. Last night, I traveled back to 1997 to see Orgy. I used to love Orgy back in the day when I was still really into industrial music but kinda dabbling a bit into more electronic, EDM music in the late ’90s. Orgy was the perfect mix of industrial dance music and their hit cover of Blue Monday (by New Order) really made me a fan. I saw that they were playing a small show at the Whisky A Go Go on Sunset so I decided to check ‘em out. I’m happy to report that the show was much better than I thought it would be. The place was packed, the band was pretty on point and I got to enjoy a night of music that I had forgotten I used to really love once upon a time. More »
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Last night I traveled back to 1987 so see Dokken play a rock show at the Whisky A Go Go on the famed Sunset Strip and I had a pretty fun ass time. Any kid who grew up in the ’80s has fond memories of the hey day of hair metal and any self-respecting ’80s kid has to count themselves as a Dokken fan, no question. Dokken was already a big metal band for most of the decade but when they did the song Dream Warriors from A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 their popularity shot them into the stratosphere. I must admit, I kinda only went to the show last night to hear Dokken perform Dream Warriors at the Whisky but I was very pleasantly surprised by how well Don Dokken sounded and looked on that stage. He put on a helluva show last night. More »
Posted under: 'Dream Warriors', Dokken
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Last night I made my way to The Roxy on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, CA to see the Juliana Hatfield Three live in concert for the first time ever. As a long time Juliana fan, I have seen her many, many times on tour with my first concert going back to 1995. But when she was called the Juliana Hatfield Three (along with bandmates Todd Philips and Dean Fisher), I wasn’t yet going to rock concerts so I missed out on seeing the group way back then. Last night, the band performed their 1993 debut album Become What You Are In Full with an encore of his Juliana solo songs and it was only the best show ever. More »
Coming January 30
A couple of weeks ago, I was lucky enough to attend an early screening of the sexy new thriller The Loft which stars James Marsden, Wentworth Miller, Eric Stonestreet, Karl Urban and Matthias Schoenaerts as married BFFs who all share a secret communal loft … and the problems that come along with the loft’s secrets. The film opens next weekend and you can get a look at the movie’s suspenseful intrigue in the just-released trailer above. After the screening, I was asked my thoughts on the movie and you can see some of my quotes in the trailer above (a full review of the movie will come next week). Check out the trailer and stay tuned, I have a fun opportunity for a few lucky PITNB readers to attend a screening of The Loft next week with some of the stars of the movie. You know you wanna go see this movie, right?
Posted under: 'The Loft'
I have very exciting news to share with you guys today. My very good friend Jeremy Kost is hosting a book signing of his new photography book Fractured at Bookmarc in West Hollywood, CA on Friday and you MUST come out and meet him (folks in NYC can attend Jeremy‘s book signing at Bookmarc at 400 Bleecker St. on October 21). I’ve known Jeremy for years but I’ve been a fan of his Polaroid photography for much longer. He is truly one of my favorite photographic artists and I’m so excited for the release of his new book Fractured. Large scale prints of some of Jeremy‘s images are currently on display at the CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION in NYC (654 Madison Avenue) until October 27 where a very limited edition of Fractured is being sold. The large scale prints on display at the Calvin Klein Collection are up for auction HERE to partially benefit ACRIA, in conjunction with Paddle 8, in their fight to help those living with HIV/AIDS. Yes, my friend is amazing. Jeremy is graciously sharing the photos featured in the gallery presented here to give you a taste of his work. If you like what you see, you can come out and buy a copy of Fractured and meet Jeremy Kost at his book signing this Friday:
The images shared here are available in the artist’s edition of Fractured
which comes with an actual Polaroid
photo of your choice (details HERE
gave me a large size Polaroid
print as a housewarming gift when I moved to LA all those years ago and it has hung in my various homes ever since. He is a very talented photographer and I hope you can come out and meet the man in person. Hopefully I’ll see you at the book signing on Friday!
Posted under: 'Fractured', Jeremy Kost
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For our fourth and final Tori Amos show of her current Unrepentant Geraldines Tour here in North America, my BFF Sarah and I made the 4 hour drive up to Toronto, Ontario for one last hurrah. Sarah and I have made the trek from Detroit to Toronto many times before but it has been a very long time since we’ve made our way to Canada together so we were excited all week long looking forward to this weekend. The drive was very fun but we got a bit nervous that traffic would make us late so we were a bit stressed for the last leg of the drive. We managed to make it to Toronto with plenty of time to get ready, get to the venue, hang out for a bit with Tori‘s daughter Natashya Lórien before the show (again) AND get settled into our seats before the show even started (thankfully Tori was running a bit late, too). The show last night was magic! We had the best night ever. More »