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Trailer Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer


Today I’m doing to break down the full trailer for the Star Wars: Force Awakens that was air last Night during halftime in American Monday Night Football game. With it not letting out Plot details but showing what kind of film it going to be and I little look at the new main characters.

No appears of Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker in the trailer or poster as Newcomers like Lupita Nyong’o, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max Von Sydow also not make an appearing, but that could be nothing.

So this is my opinion and breakdown of the new star wars trailer:

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Album Review: Parkway Drive – Ire (2015)

In today album review I’m going to look into the Australian metalcore band Parkway Drive newest studio album called Ire. Is it just another metalcore album we have heard before, or is it something new that no-one has heard before.

Read on to find out:








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Classic Film Review: Casino Royale (2006)

So welcome to my second article of my series of film reviews of films I own. Today I’m going to look at Daniel Craig first outing as the icon 007, in Martin Campbell 2006 reboot of the famous spy action thriller ‘Casino Royale’.
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Classic Album Review: The Boxer Rebellion – Promises

In today editions of my CD’s collect’s reviews series, I’m going to look at the london based band called ‘The Boxer Rebellion’ and their forth studio album ‘Promises’.

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Classic Film Review: Independence Day (1996)

So welcome my first film review where I look at films in my movie collection at home. Today I’m going to look at the Roland Emmerich Sci fi Disaster epic ‘Independence Day’ which is one of my favourite movie of all time, and is the 47th highest-grossing film of all time.









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Gaunt Story release new Music Video Called Forest of the Lost








Hello everyone hope you had a great day so far, and today I’m going to do a quick article to let you about an album I review back in March from an artist called ‘Gaunt Story’ new music video. He has just released the new music video for the song ‘Forest for the Lost’ for the album called Nothing Holds You Like A Song. If you haven’t check it out yet you should because it worth a watch, here a link to it below

Also if you want to have a listen to Gaunt Story new album and check out his previous work on Facebook and his twitter. Also if you want to read my review on the album that will also below in the link’s;

Gaunt Story – Nothing Holds You Like A Song Album Review

Gaunt Story – Forest of the Lost (Official Music Video)

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If you haven’t listen to it you really should and let me know what you think by leaving a comment below, as well as contacting me on the following links:


Twitter: @stuartirvine91


Written by Stuart Irvine (@stuartirvine91)

Classic Album Review: Linkin Park – Hybrid Theory

On this edition of my classic album review season were I look at my favourite albums in my CD collections. Today I’m going to review Linkin Park debut album ‘Hybrid Theory’.







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‘Galaxy Quest’ Series In Works At Paramount Television

Wow i may have to kept a eye on this one 🙂


Cult sci-fi comedy feature Galaxy Quest is headed to television. I’ve learned that galaxyquestlogo Paramount Television is in the process of putting together a TV series project based on the 1999 DreamWorks movie about the cast of a long cancelled space TV show who become reluctant real space heroes when they are accidentally transported to a spaceship and tasked with saving an alien nation.

parisotjohnsonLike with other library movies, which Paramount is mining for TV series, Galaxy Quest is being adapted with key auspices from the film on board. That includes the feature’s writer, Robert Gordon — who is expected to pen the TV version — director, Dean Parisot, and producer Mark Johnson (Breaking Bad). The three are expected to executive produce the potential series along with Johnson’s Gran Via Prods. partner Melissa Bernstein. Paramount TV declined comment.

galaxy-imageGalaxy Quest, a sendup of classic TV series Star Trek, starred Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shalhoub, Sam…

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My thoughts on Tom Delonge third song ‘Circle-Jerk-Pit’


So after the release of  ‪The Invisible Parade two weeks ago and the music video for New World also being released, it been a another busy couple of weeks of the former Blink 182 frontman. But on Tuesday he release the third and final track before the LP release on April 20th and it called ‘Circle-Jerk-Pit.

In this article I will talk about my thoughts on this new song. I would normal do this on my podcast by due to last week being really busy and this week being ill I through I would just do a written review this time and next week I will return with episode 11 of my podcast.

My Thoughts

The song is a throwback to Tom’s Punk rock days and that is shown in the guitar sound that is very distorted and heavy, also the vocal going back to the vocal style that he used back in the early Blink days. The lyrics are very simpler to the other two releases with it not really having a real structure, but the song is still solid and has got me more excited about the LP.

The song has some simpler to 2002 Boxcar Racer song ‘My First Punk song’ with that being the last time he did a song that had that kind of guitar sound. But Circle-Jerk-Pit has a bit slower and guitar is very different but i can see why people are said that it sound like it. Also the bridge had a feeling that Mark vocals would have worked well in that part of that song but as said it a solid song. You should really check it out and has it worth a listen.

If you want a to look at my thoughts on the other two release check out my weekly podcast with the link to them and Circle-Jerk-Pit below. But my podcast will return next week but until then enjoy the song and my podcast.

Tom Delonge – Circle-Jerk-Pit:

Stuart Irvine Podcast – Episode Eight (My Review of Tom Delonge new song called’New World’)

Stuart Irvine Podcast – Episode Nine (My Review of Tom Delonge new song called’The Invisible Parade’)

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Stuart Irvine (Twitter: @StuartIrvine91)


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