6 items from 2015
This week on Off The Shelf, Ryan is joined by Brian Saur to take a look at the new DVD and Blu-ray releases for the week of September 22nd, 2015, and chat about some follow-up and home video news.
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Episode Links & Notes Follow-up December Criterion Announcements Thunderbean Update News Warner Archive: Twice Upon A Time on September 29th Arrow USA: What Have You Done To Solange? Masters Of Cinema: Day Of The Outlaw, December 7th Sony: Better Call Saul / You Can’t Take It With You Kino Lorber Studio Classics: The Black Sleep / Donovan’s Brain Vinegar Syndrome Dilemma Oscilloscope’s new web store New Releases The American Dreamer Arrow: Season 3 Beginning Or The End Black Caesar Breaker Morant Busting Destructors Deuces Wild Dirty Work Doctor Who: Dark Water/Death in Heaven 3D Dog Day Afternoon 40th Anniversary Fatal Instinct Flash: Season 1 For Us the »
- Ryan Gallagher
Nick Jonas has released his latest post–Jonas Brothers single, "Levels," and while it's none of that Taylor Swift–approved chin music, it's kind of a banger? That's, of course, if you can tell it apart from Austin Mahone's equally '80s synth-inspired dance track "Dirty Work," and also ignore that Meek Mill coined "It's levels to this shit" two years ago. Brace yourselves, we've reached Nick's Michael Jackson phase. Awkward dance moves still to come. »
- Dee Lockett
Austin Mahone is getting down to business for his just dropped "Dirty Work" music video. Complete with a Steve Carell look-alike boss and hilarious behind-the-scenes interviews with Mahone's "co-workers," the awesome vid is one part The Office, one part hot and heavy cubicle romance and one part epic dance party. After his boss tells the 19-year-old he'll have to stay overnight to finish a project, Mahone takes full advantage of working overtime by showing a sexy new hire around the office while the entire staff watches the two get their flirt on. Mahone and the video vixen then sizzle during a steamy make-out sesh in the boss's office before the entire staff forgo all »
Austin Mahone and Becky G have the long distance relationship thing on lock. In between dishing on his new hot single "Dirty Work" to E! News at the NBC Experience Store in New York City, the conversation turned towards the 19-year-old singer's budding relationship with fellow pop star Becky G. "It's going good. I mean it's cool, you know, we have a good time. I visit her in L.A., she visits me in Miami. We make music together. It's great," Mahone revealed. "A long distance relationship is definitely tough, but I think you know the fact that we, you know, are in the same career mode; it kind of brings us together even more." In another recent interview »
All due respect to "Mad TV" and "Dirty Work" fans, but for this writer Artie Lange's greatest performance will always be his eight-year run on "The Howard Stern Show." From 2001 to 2009, the gravelly-voiced comedian worked as the King of All Media's brash, no-nonsense, fan-beloved sidekick, a role that brought him his greatest career success ("It was the closest I ever felt to being a rock star") but also brought his personal demons to the fore. His stint on the show came to an abrupt and chilling end in January 2010, when Lange, at that time addicted to heroin, was hospitalized for eight months following a suicide attempt (an episode he has discussed publicly and wrote about in his 2013 memoir "Crash and Burn"). Five years on from his terrifying downward spiral, Lange has rebounded and continues to work, performing standup gigs and making guest appearances on TV shows including "Louie" and Californication. »
- Chris Eggertsen
All Time Low is gearing up to release their new album, Future Hearts, on April 7th – and the first single off the album, “Something’s Gotta Give” is already proving to be a monster hit.
The music video for the uber-catchy new punk/pop-rock tune has already amassed over 1.5 million views on YouTube and features lead singer Alex Gaskarth roaming about in a French fry costume as he attempts to hit on a model, befriend his band-mates and cuddle a cat. Unfortunately, none of them want anything to do with the 27-year-old, but it’s not until he glances at his reflection that he understands why: He’s A Zombie. Gaskarth then goes on to infect Jack Barakat, Rian Dawson, and Zack Merrick with his zombie-bite – and in the end, he’s put out of his own misery. Yikes?
Video: Is Andrew McMahon Teaming Up With Hanson?
ETonline has an exclusive look at what went on behind-the-scenes »
6 items from 2015
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