Show review by: Mut Asheru Korean boy group BOYFRIEND kicked off their first U.S. showcase in Dallas, TX this evening at the Verizon Theater. Let's be clear, this was not a concert but a showcase. The 6 guys got up close and personal with their fans or 'Best Friends' as they are officially called and gave the young ladies in attendance (and this gracefully mature one) a … [Read more...] about Concert Recap: Kpop Group ‘Boyfriend’ Gave Dallas Much Love – and it was cuteness overload
Written By: Mut Asheru Simon McEnteggart, publisher of Korean film review site Hangukyeonghwa.com has a keen talent for cinematic conversation. With interviews and film reviews that are well-rounded yet accessible to the everyday film lover he has turned his passion for Korean cinema into a very respectable online portal for Korean film enthusiasts. While we here at … [Read more...] about Cool Site 2 Know: Hangukyeonghwa.com – A Very Respectable Online Portal for Korean Film Enthusiasts
By: Gordon K. Smith If last night's snarky Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Special is any indication, the classic Christmas musical variety show of television past, the kind that featured Sinatra, Hope, Crosby or Andy Williams, is an endangered species. But here's a way you can relive that experience live, up close and personal, with Dallas crooner Ricki Derek's “A … [Read more...] about Theater Interview: “A Merry Little Christmas Show” with Ricki Derek performs Saturday, December 14 at Lakewood Theater
List by Gordon K. Smith A new Christmas tradition that started only in the last few decades and flourished through the age of television and multimedia is Christmas movies, those old and new parables that you NEED to see every Christmas, and you can't stand to watch any other time. Everyone has their faves, be them the recognized classics, or the offbeat ones that have … [Read more...] about The List: Gordon’s Top 5 Must Must Must See Christmas Movies…and it just so happens you can catch a couple of these at the Alamo Drafthouse DFW this month
What up y'all. Mama Mut here. I knew the moment I heard the teaser vid for Kpop Group Shinee's new album EVERYBODY that my ears detected something extra sexy. The track playing spoke to my R&B SOUL music loving heart. Produced by The Underdogs, 'Symptoms' ebbs and flows in all the right ways and places underneath the fellas vocals. This track is sonic bed-warmer of softly … [Read more...] about Underdogs Produced sonic bed-warming track ‘Symptoms’ for Kpop Group Shinee goes extra extra extra hard!
Written By: Melody Charles Question: what do Dunkin Donuts, Mountain Dew and Kmart all have in common? They're responsible for some of the most asinine and mind-blowingly racist ad campaigns of 2013, and the saddest part of all is that those cringe-worthy commercials could've been avoided if there were more executives of color, and that's where The Marcus Graham Project … [Read more...] about Interview: Larry Yarrell of The Marcus Graham Project speaks on the unique concerns facing today’s graduates and why more diverse players and leaders are so sorely needly in the advertising field
Whether in theater or on DVD, the below films are sure to titillate your senses. In our humble opinions. T. Mathenia Recommends TAIPEI FACTORY Dir: Singing Chen, Jero Yun, Midi Zhao, Joana Preiss, Shen Ko-Shang, Luis Cifuentes, Chang Jung-Chi, Alireza Khatami Country: Taiwan 2013 Runtime: 75min A refreshing omnibus of four shorts, each pairing a young … [Read more...] about The List: 5 Indie (Specialty) Films to Catch if You Can – Sept 2013
Whether in theater or on DVD, the below films are sure to titillate your senses. In our humble opinions. Mut Asheru Recommends MONTAGE Dir: Chung Keun-sup Country: South Korea 2013 Run Time: 120 min Cast: Uhm Jung-hwa, Kim Sang-kyung In the best tradition of Korean thrillers, "Montage" arrives complete with a strong script with convincing plot twists and … [Read more...] about The List: 5 Indie (Specialty) Films to Catch if You Can – Aug 2013