‘This Changes Everything’ details the struggle of women in films and television to break through the systemic discrimination of Hollywood.
Jeffery X Martin lives in Knoxville, TN, with his wife, Hannah. He is the managing editor of pop culture website, Biff Bam Pop! and host of Songs in the Key of X, the tiniest radio show on the internet. A folk horror writer, Martin is the author of seven books, His latest, 'The Flock,' is available through Amazon. In his spare time, he enjoys watching professional wrestling, Italian horror movies, and espousing the glories of terrible music from the 1970s.
The storyline involving Roman Reigns and his mystery attacker is one of the goofiest plots in recent memory. Can anyone really make sense of it?
‘Chicanery,’ the sophomore album from Hesitation Wounds, invites listeners into the pit with distorted power chords and furious lyrics.
‘Girl on the Third Floor’ looks like a pretty intense haunted house movie from the trailer, but will it draw horror fans or curious wrestling aficionados?
Australian rock takes over this week’s Songs in the Key of X, as Jeffery X Martin espouses some of his favorite music from classic Australian bands.
Here’s another look at the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ movie, and this is one is pretty darned good.
Arrow Video’s Blu-ray of ‘Alice, Sweet Alice’ reveals a Catholic horror movie of a different kind, eschewing demonic possession for madness and murder.
Would WWE be more enjoyable to watch if the performers presented consistently good promos, helping to sell even the most ridiculous of storylines?
‘We Are Not Your Kind,’ the sixth album from Slipknot, is rich in both experimentation and beautiful frustration, even if it does fall apart at the end.
‘The Secret Life of Pets 2’ could be yours to own on Blu-ray when you enter the latest giveaway from Biff Bam Pop! Kids.
It’s that week of the month where Songs in the Key of X talks about a year and, this time, it’s Jeffery X Martin’s five favorite songs from 1978!
‘The VelociPastor’ stumbles in its attempt to become the next cult classic by trying too hard to become the next cult classic.