Daily Archives: May 29, 2012
Have you ever been to one of those music groups for little kids? If you haven’t, let me paint the picture for you. You have 5-10 infants in a room with a parent or guardian (usually a mom) and a hired musician usually playing 8-10 kids songs on a guitar while the mom attempts to stimulate the child between a few sentences of adult conversation. Usually the performer is mediocre at best, and that’s just fine since the intended audience isn’t really paying attention, nor are they able to provide feedback beyond falling asleep, drooling or crying. There’s not much you can do to improve these classes, unless of course you can hire a great rock ‘n’ roll band to put their spin on some of these timeless and overdone standards. And that’s exactly what you get on the new Neil Yong and Crazy Horse album, Americana, their first in more than nine years.
Mr. Bellavance wants his $500,000 back. And whoever may have stolen it is going to whacked, with the polaroids to prove it.
That’s how The Aggression Scale kicks off. And for the next 84 minutes it doesn’t let up. It’s a fly under the radar flick that action fans definitely shouldn’t miss out on. And if you grew up loving Twin Peaks, you definitely have to watch this one.