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It’s the final round of qualifiers for the Bob Willis Trophy

The most important match of the county season is just around the corner. TBC v TBC at Lord’s from September 28 to October 2. The Game of the Falling Leaves, they call it – The Bob Willis Trophy Final. Quite why they call it a final is beyond us. It’s not like there are semi-finals or a league stage or anything. The Bob Willis Trophy is just one match: the county champions v the runners-up. If you need more of a refresher on how the competition fits into the sprawling domestic season, you ca...
Tags: England, Sex, Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Essex, Henry Rollins, Alastair Cook, Machines, Hampshire, Lancashire, Warwickshire, County Cricket, Bob Willis, Napoleon, Chris Woakes, Lawrence

The 10 Apple TV+ Movies That Justify A Subscription

Now that we've accepted that we're all going to drown in an endless sea of streaming options, apps, and a whole lot of plus signs, it's time to enjoy our fate and just keep swimming. Apple TV+ has made a name for itself with popular shows like "Ted Lasso" and "Central Park," but the streaming service's original movie selection is nothing to scoff at. For just $4.99 a month, there's plenty to get your money's worth. In no particular order, here are 10 Apple TV+ movies that justify a subscription....
Tags: Apple, Texas, Movies, New York City, Apple TV, Netflix, Ireland, Bill Murray, Charles, Bryce Dallas Howard, Henry Rollins, Ruby, Naacp, Deaf, Charlie Brown, Samuel L Jackson

Benedict Wong on the Passion Behind ‘Nine Days’ and Heartache Over ‘Deadly Class’ [Interview]

Unborn souls want to go to Earth. That’s the story of Edson Oda’s ambitious feature directorial debut, Nine Days. It’s an epic concept told with intimacy and simplicity. In the film, it’s Will’s (Winston Duke) job to decide which soul has the pleasure or displeasure of experiencing life on Earth. Will’s righthand man is Kyo, played by Benedict Wong. Over the years, Wong has become well-known for his work in genre projects. Years ago, he stood out in Danny Boyle’s Sunshine. Since then, he’s gain...
Tags: Utah, Movies, Features, Netflix, Danny Boyle, Henry Rollins, Ang Lee, Wong, John Hughes, Benedict Wong, Winston Duke, Edson Oda, Ridley Scott Marvel

‘Deadly Class’ Star Benedict Wong Misses the Show – And Wants to Continue the Story in a Movie

Deadly Class should’ve lived longer. The gruesome action show, which was produced by the Russo Brothers, lasted only a single season on Syfy. The adaptation of Rick Remender and Wesley Craig‘s comic book series had plenty of style and an ensemble of actors who deserved more than 10 episodes. Actor Benedict Wong, too, wishes the story could and would continue. Even as a movie. Like You, Benedict Wong Misses Deadly Class Set in San Francisco during the ’80s punk scene, the series wore its in...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, News, San Francisco, Netflix, Thailand, Henry Rollins, Russo brothers, Wong, Breakfast Club, Dumbledore, Cheng, Lin, John Hughes, Benedict Wong

Masters of the Universe: Revelation Is a He-Man Fan's Dream*

“You were who we made this for!” Kevin Smith excitedly told me during our interview about Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation, right after I revealed I was a huge He-Man fan. He was not lying. The new series was clearly made for me and the other ‘80s kids. Those who grew up playing with Masters of the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Fiction, Netflix, Superheroes, Henry Rollins, Masters Of The Universe, Mark Hamill, Action Figures, Chris Wood, The Masters, Kevin Smith, Alicia Silverstone, Adam, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Teela, Orko

Danzig, Rollins, and Hall & Oates star in a hilarious gay satire of 90s comic books

From the publisher of Henry and Glenn Forever: Two men.Two myths.One Legend.The greatest love story every told has finally been released in graphic novel form. This epic tome features twenty short stories about the domestic life of "Henry" and "Glenn" and sometimes their neighbors "Daryl" and "John." — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Comics, News, Comic Books, Satire, Henry Rollins, Danzig, Henry, Glenn, Daryl, John Read, Oates, Hall & Oates, I Love The 90s, 90s Nostalgia, Danzig Rollins

Masters of the Universe: Revelation's First Trailer Has the Power and Then Some

I have been very wary of Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation for two reasons. The biggest one is that Smith kept calling it a “continuation” of the original 1983 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon, which seemed impossible because the original was completely episodic, meaning there was never…Read more...
Tags: Science, Fiction, Netflix, Superheroes, Henry Rollins, Smith, Masters Of The Universe, Mark Hamill, Action Figures, Chris Wood, Mattel, Kevin Smith, Adam, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Teela, Orko

Cassette Tape Inventor Lou Ottens Has Passed Away

The inventor of the cassette tape, Lou Ottens, has passed away, according to De Telegraaf. He was 94 years old.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Ipod, Sony, Henry Rollins, Cassette Tape, Philips, Science and Technology, Digital Audio, Consumer Electronics, Mixtape, Thurston Moore, Ian MacKaye, Human Interest, Cd Player, Tape Recording

How Levi’s 501 Jeans Became Iconic: A Short Documentary Featuring John Baldessari, Henry Rollins, Lee Ranaldo & More In his memoir Living Carelessly in Tokyo and Elsewhere, the American Japanologist John Nathan remembers evenings in the 1960s spent with Yukio Mishima, whose work he translated into English. “I listened raptly as he recited passages from The Tale of the Heike that revealed the fierceness and delicacy of Japan’s warrior-poets, or showed me the fine calibration of the Chinese spectrum,” Nathan writes. “One night he stood up abruptly from behind h...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Fashion, Japan, California, College, History, Neil Young, Marlon Brando, Tokyo, Henry Rollins, Seoul, Levi, Tom, Facebook Twitter, Nathan

New to Stream: Peacock January 2021 Movie & TV Titles Announced

New to Stream: Peacock January 2021 Movie & TV Titles Announced The schedule for the movie and TV titles coming to NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock in January 2021 has been revealed, which you can view below! This includes the upcoming Peacock debut of the iconic sitcom The Office with all nine seasons set to be exclusively available on the streamer on January 1. RELATED: A.P. Bio Renewed for a Fourth Season at Peacock PB = PB || {};
Tags: Chuck, TV, Movies, Nbc, White House, Office, Joe Biden, Idaho, Nbcuniversal, Showtime, TV News, Streaming, Dallas, Kevin Hart, Henry Rollins, Cuba

Netflix Unveils Animated Interactive Special Led By Schwartz & Edebiri!

Netflix unveils animated interactive special led by Schwartz & Edebiri! Coming on the heels of taking over the role of Missy on the fourth season of the streaming service’s hit animated comedy Big Mouth, Ayo Edebiri has already lined up her next project at Netflix with an animated interactive special We Lost Our Human, which she will co-star in alongside Ben Schwartz (Parks & Recreation)! RELATED: Netflix’s Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy – Earthrise Trailer ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Henry Rollins, Ben Schwartz, Schwartz, Garbutt, Missy, ComingSoon, TV Premiere, Ayo Edebiri, Chris Garbutt, Matty Cardarople, Curtis Lelash

CS Interview: Star Kyle Gallner Talks Punk Comedy Dinner in America

CS Interview: Star Kyle Gallner talks punk comedy Dinner in America Just in time for the coming-of-age dark comedy’s debut at the virtual film festival Nightstream, got the opportunity to chat with star Kyle Gallner (Scream 5) to discuss his work in the highly-acclaimed Dinner in America! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie...
Tags: Movies, Interview, America, Features, Romania, Henry Rollins, Detroit, Skype, Facetime, Simon, Veronica Mars, Emily, Adam, Rollins, Dead Kennedys, Gallner

We’ve Got A File On You: Corey Taylor

We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc. More »
Tags: Music, Jay Leno, Chad Kroeger, Doctor Who, Nickelback, Henry Rollins, Slipknot, Sharknado, Dream Theater, Corey Taylor, Nxt, Conan O'brien, Daniel Tosh, Mike Portnoy, Robert Englund, Ozzfest

The VelociPastor Sequel In Development

The VelociPastor sequel in development Last year saw the release of indie horror-comedy The VelociPastor and though it received mixed reviews from critics, it became a viral hit with everything from YouTube to Twitter seeing fans showing support for the film and now The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that a sequel is in development. RELATED: Ghostbusters: Afterlife’s Jason Reitman Teases Another Sequel PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlo...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Australia, Jason Reitman, Henry Rollins, Edgar Wright, Dracula, Golden Army, Steere, Brendan Steere, Jesse Gouldsbury, Gregory James Cohan, Alyssa Kempinski, Cornetto Trilogy Steere

Why Every Man Should Be Strong

With our archives now 3,500+ articles deep, we’ve decided to republish a classic piece each Friday to help our newer readers discover some of the best, evergreen gems from the past. This article was originally published in August 2014. When I first started the Art of Manliness, I didn’t put too much stock in physical strength as an important component of manhood. Strength of character, sure, but physical strength was more of a secondary pursuit. Maybe it was because I started AoM partly to get ...
Tags: Featured, Greece, Fitness, Life, Winston Churchill, Aldershot, Henry Rollins, Churchill, Bombay, Socrates, Theodore Roosevelt, Roy Baumeister, William Manchester, Health & Sports, Jack Donovan, Anthony Storr

Exclusive: Henry Rollins Reflects on He Never Died & Repurposed Sequel

Exclusive: Henry Rollins reflects on He Never Died & repurposed sequel Henry Rollins has graced the big screen for nearly 30 years, but one of his most celebrated roles came five years ago in the darkly comedic indie horror He Never Died and after its strong reception, writer/director Jason Krawczyk and Rollins began working together on a sequel and a miniseries continuation. However, plans have changed and gone dormant in the time since and got the chance to chat with Rollins...
Tags: Movies, Toronto, Netflix, Henry Rollins, Jack, Southwest, Rollins, Jason Krawczyk, ComingSoon, Alex Wolff, Krawczyk, Henry Rolllins, Jack Jason Krawczyk

CS Interview: Stephen McHattie on Dreamland

CS Interview: Stephen McHattie on Dreamland Just in time for the ensemble neo-noir thriller’s release, got the chance to chat with star Stephen McHattie (Pontypool, Come to Daddy) to discuss Dreamland, in which he stars in a dual performance alongside Henry Rollins (He Never Died) and Juliette Lewis (I Know This Much Is True). Click here to rent Dreamland on VOD! RELATED: CS Interview: Henry Rolllins on ‘Kooky’ Dreamland In looking back at the film’s dream-like nature and su...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Features, Juliette Lewis, Belgium, Luxembourg, Henry Rollins, Whistler, Chet Baker, McDonald, Tony, Bruce, Burgess, Dreamland, Pontypool, ComingSoon

Notorious flop ‘Showgirls’ gets a fresh look in documentary ‘You Don’t Nomi’

In the summer of 2015, Jeffrey McHale was sitting with friends on the grass at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery for a 20th anniversary screening of the notoriously over-the-top 1995 flop “Showgirls.” McHale, a television editor, didn’t see the film when it was first released. “Showgirls” premiered when he was a middle schooler, a time when he was familiar with star Elizabeth Berkley only from the show “Saved By The Bell.” In “Showgirls,” which is essentially “All About Eve’ with skimpier costumes,...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Clint Eastwood, Netherlands, Beverly Hills, Henry Rollins, Kyle Maclachlan, Paul Verhoeven, Sharknado, Vegas, Simon Pegg, Bell

CS Interview: Bruce McDonald on Bizarre Thriller Dreamland

CS Interview: Bruce McDonald on bizarre thriller Dreamland Ahead of the film’s digital and select theaters release, got the chance to chat with director Bruce McDonald (Pontypool) to discuss his upcoming crime thriller Dreamland starring Stephen McHattie (Come to Daddy), Henry Rollins (He Never Died) and Juliette Lewis (I Know This Much Is True). Click here to rent Dreamland on VOD! RELATED: CS Interview: Alex Wolff On Timely Drama Castle in the Ground While the film’s plot s...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Features, Juliette Lewis, David Bowie, Belgium, Luxembourg, Rob, Al Qaeda, Henry Rollins, Whistler, Baker, Stephen, Steve, Gray, Chet Baker

CS Interview: Henry Rolllins on ‘Kooky’ Dreamland

CS Interview: Henry Rolllins on ‘kooky’ Dreamland Just in time for the film’s digital release, got the chance to chat with punk rock legend and actor Henry Rollins (He Never Died) to discuss his role in the surreal new crime thriller Dreamland, in which he stars alongside Stephen McHattie (Come To Daddy) and Juliette Lewis (I Know This Much Is True). Click here to rent Dreamland on VOD! RELATED: CS Interview: Bruce McDonald on Bizarre Thriller Dreamland In looking back at whe...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Features, Juliette Lewis, Manhattan, Luxembourg, Hercules, Henry Rollins, Whistler, McDonald, Bruce, Rollins, Burgess, Dreamland, ComingSoon, Movie News

Henry Rollins talks KCRW radio show, playing bad guys, and his favorite vampire and Wolfman

Henry Rollins is one of the nicest guys ever to be typecast as the bad guy. And that’s just fine, says the punk rock renaissance man whose CV includes everything from fronting the Rollins Band — and before that, Black Flag — to author, spoken-word performer, radio show host and movie villain. “With full honestly, I’m just glad for the work,” says Rollins, whose new movie “Dreamland” arrived this week. “Because I’ve not been to acting class. I don’t have a natural thing with acting. Lion cu...
Tags: Europe, Music, Hollywood, London, Movies, Australia, Los Angeles, Sport, Juliette Lewis, Uganda, Things To Do, Soccer, Antarctica, Henry Rollins, Laurie Anderson, Gypsy

She Never Died – review

Director: Audrey Cummings Release date: 2019 Contains spoilers You may recall the Henry Rollins vehicle He Never Died, of which I mooted “that whilst unorthodox it was most definitely a vampire movie.” This is not the sequel, as such, whilst in the same universe it has a wholly different cast. Rather, I have seen it described as a sister movie – which seems a good description. Unlike its sibling this is narrower in focus (barring some coda information around the wider universe that I will spoi...
Tags: Movies, US, Henry Rollins, Cain, Jerry, Adam, Lacey, Amazon UK, Godfrey, Vampire, Lilith, Terrance, Peter MacNeill, Lacey Lacey, Kiana Madeira, Audrey Cummings Release

CS Interview: Michael Shannon Reflects on Bad Boys II

CS Interview: Michael Shannon reflects on Bad Boys II Long before Michael Shannon (The Shape of Water) became an Oscar and Golden Globe nominee, he was frequently seen on screen in smaller, antagonistic performances, including the fan-favorite blockbuster action-comedy Bad Boys II. While chatting with the star for his upcoming crime thriller The Quarry, reflected back on his time on the Michael Bay-helmed actioner given the franchise’s return in January with the well-received ...
Tags: Movies, Michael Bay, Miami, Henry Rollins, Doug Belgrad, Michael Shannon, Marcus, Ku Klux Klan, Mike, Golden Globe, Shannon, Vanessa Hudgens, Klan, Johnny Tapia, Alexander Ludwig, Nicky Jam

Dreamland – review

Director: Bruce McDonald Release date: 2019 Contains spoilers Bruce McDonald directed one of the most interesting zombie/infected movies, Pontypool staring Stephen McHattie (McDonald also directed the pilot movie My Babysitter’s a Vampire and I'll mention Pontypool again later), and the two have gotten together to create this slice of vampire art-noir. When I saw the trailer, I was intrigued and excited and then the film appeared an Amazon VoD… I must warn you now, this is almost the definition...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Nazis, Juliette Lewis, Sydney, Hercules, Takashi Miike, Henry Rollins, Palace, Bruges, Lisa, Johnny, Marmite, Amazon UK, Vampire, Pontypool

Chill with Henry Rollins in The Cool Quarantine as he shares stories and his record collection

Punk rock bard, Henry Rollins, and KCRW have launched The Cool Quarantine, a new online radio program where Henry goes through his record collection and shares stories. The idea is to recreate that vibe of hanging out with friends, spinning some sides, and talking about music, shows, and whatever else pops to mind. One of my favorite things about music is that often, there’s a good story about any one album or song. I specifically put tracks into this show so I could tell you the story before we...
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Punk legend Henry Rollins has a new long-form streaming radio show

Henry Rollins, the hardest working punk in show business, has launched a new long-form streaming radio show via KCRW in Los Angeles! The four-hour first episode of The Cool Quarantine features tunes from Rollins's massive vinyl and cassette collection punctuated with personal stories about the artists. And as we all know, Rollins really knows how to spin a yarn. From Rolling Stone: The debut episode, which runs four hours, features a story about Rollins and his pal, Minor Threat and Fug...
Tags: Post, Music, News, Fcc, Los Angeles, Radio, Punk, Fugazi, Henry Rollins, Zeppelin, Rollins, KCRW, Rock Roll, Ian MacKaye, Search And Destroy, Cramps Rollins

It’s Culture Time With Henry Rollins

If you haven’t seen Henry Rollins do one of his live spoken word shows (read: borderline stand-up) or, more recently, his photo slideshow presentation, then you might not know what a bastion of funny-as-hell erudition he is. Take a moment to enjoy these two entries from Funny or Die. First, he gets shirtless with the Shirtless Painter for a discussion about…damn near everything. Then, he deconstructs Oh, The Places You’ll Go! in a manner that is probably different from any other way you’ve ...
Tags: Art, Books, Stimuli, US, Painting, Henry Rollins, Rollins, Dr. Seuss

Henry Rollins To Voice Tri-Klops In Netflix’s He-Man Reboot

Henry Rollins will voice Tri-Klops, minion of Skeletor and enemy of He-Man, in Netflix's upcoming He-Man reboot Masters Of The Universe: Revelation. Even if the show weren't animated, this would be pretty spot-on casting! … More »
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Wasted Shirt – “All Is Lost”

Last month, rock workhorse Ty Segall and Lightning Bolt's Brian Chippendale unveiled their new project together, Wasted Shirt, with the lead single "Double The Dream" and a statement about the team-up from punk god Henry Rollins. Their debut album, Fungus II, comes out at the end of the month, and today they're sharing … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Henry Rollins, Ty Segall, Lightning Bolt, Brian Chippendale, Wasted Shirt

Henry Rollins Stars In New YouTube Series For LA Tourism

Over the years, Henry Rollins has had all kinds of guest appearances and extracurricular activities. Typically, he brings the same genuine passion to whatever he's involved in -- it just seems like the guy's vibe. And you know what he really wants you to know about now? He wants you to know about LA, and … More »
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