July 2019

Here are The Chainsmokers and Illenium with the official video for “Takeaway” featuring Lennon Stella.

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The Golden Anais Passos

by Alan Rapp on July 31, 2019

in Books & Magazines

Anais Passos - EDITO (Golden Hour)

French model Anais Passos is the cover girl for EDITO Lifestyle Magazine. You can find her pics inside.

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The Superior Spider-Man #9

by Alan Rapp on July 31, 2019

in Comics

The Superior Spider-Man #9 comic reviewEveryone loves their local Spider-Man. However, earning the praise of the people, and even the key to the city, isn’t enough to satisfy our hero. Before launching into the next arc, The Superior Spider-Man #9 features Otto struggling with the recent loses during The War of the Realms and the limitations even a “superior” Spider-Man must accept.

Featuring an appearance by Spider-Man, whose job in recent years has morphed into playing a den mother to the various other spider heroes across the Marvel Universe, the former adversaries bicker and talk through Otto’s pain. While the interlude doesn’t fix his problem, it does allow Peter Parker to offer his stamp of approval for the life Otto has set himself up with on the West Coast.

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Street Hawk – A Second Self

by Alan Rapp on July 30, 2019

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Street Hawk – A Second Self
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Street Hawk - A Second Self television review

Throwback Tuesday takes us back in time to when a motorcycle cop turned vigilante helped keep the streets of Los Angeles safe on an experimental bike known as Street Hawk. The show’s second episode guest-stars George Clooney as Jesse’s (Rex Smith) old racing buddy Kevin Stark. While Norman Tuttle (Joe Regalbuto) can see the obvious bond between the former racers, he’s not too happy with the competitive nature Stark brings out in Jesse (or the reckless abandon Stark takes to win a private race between the pair). At the same time the head of auto theft ring (Robert Lipton) who blames Street Hawk for the death of his brother, reaches outside the state for a driver capable of helping take down the vigilante once and for all.

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Killjoys – Blame it on the Rain

by Alan Rapp on July 30, 2019

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Killjoys – Blame it on the Rain
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Killjoys - Blame it on the Rain television review

After her initial plan to wake-up Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) and D’avin (Luke Macfarlane fails, Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) regroups with all the Killjoys in the quad after her. Luckily Zeph (Kelly McCormack) has survived her near-death experience and has come up with a way to wake up the Jaqobis boys. Unlucky for Zeph, she gets caught in the rain and is reprogrammed, unable to help the reunited team make an escape after attack one of the the Lady‘s terraforming factories.

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