Following his departure from Neck Deep in 2018, Fil Thorpe—one half of World’s First Cinema—was ready to take time away from the pop-punk world that had been his life for the previous 6+ years. Under the name Prblm Chld, Thorpe explored his interest in electronic music and began releasing several singles at the beginning of 2019. This is when he also embraced his love for film and began creating sync music (the music you hear in a commercial or between scenes on reality TV). At this time, Thorpe met John Sinclair at a friend’s party. Sinclair is an artist with… Read more »
World’s First Cinema have revealed the details of the next step in their fascinating journey, their sophomore EP ‘Palm Reader’.
World’s First Cinema are the latest members of the Fearless Records family, and have kickstarted their new era with a shimmering new track.
Featured properties: Emily in Paris, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, The Best Man: The Final Chapters, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, The Witcher: Blood Origin, The Circle, Lizzo: Live in Concert, Kaleidoscope, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Ginny & Georgia, Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches
Featured properties: Our Universe, Welcome to Chippendales, Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin, Wednesday, Love, Lizzo, The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special
Properties featured: Jim Gaffigan: Comedy Monster, Emily in Paris, Yearly Departed, Death to 2021, The Book of Boba Fett, Cobra Kai, Queer Eye, This Is Us, 27th Annual Critics Choice Awards, Euphoria
This week on Geek Girl Riot we chat with Raheem Mander about his creation Surian Seed. We also dive into some trainwrecks. But first, a message from Sherin about racism, police brutality, and the failed justice system in America.
Geek Girl Riot is back with another trainwrecks extravaganza, before getting into the epic battle of Godzilla vs. Kong.
This week: His Dark Materials, London Hughes: To Catch a D*ck, The Midnight Sky, Sylvie’s Love, Bridgerton, One Night in Miami, News of the World, Promising Young Woman, Wonder Woman 1984, SOUL, Letterkenny, Best Leftovers Ever!, Yearly Departed, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Doctor Who, The Watch, The Rookie
Be the world’s best babysitter, borrow a kid or take your own and head to your local Regal Cinema. Regal’s Summer Movie Express is back in 340 theaters nationwide. Every Tuesday and Wednesday two movies will be showing at 10 am for a dollar each. A portion of the proceeds from the $1 movie festival will go to support the Will Rogers Institute. “Summer Movie Express is one of the hottest annual deals Regal offers to its moviegoers. We invite people of all ages to join us for three months of fun and entertainment as we feature family-friendly blockbusters,” said… Read more »