Music Gazette staff
Texas, meet Italy. Italy, meet Texas. Austin-based singer/
songwriter Daniel Whittington will showcase his tunes at 8 p.m. Saturday
at “Norman’s Little Italy,” aka Othello’s, 434 Buchanan in Campus
Meditate on this: 'Zen' makes for excellent viewing.
Television series Rod Lott
BBC's procedural mystery "Zen" is so good, it stands right alongside the
superlative "Sherlock" and "Luther" in my book. Based on Michael
Dibdin's series of 11 novels of Italy's antiheroic Detective Aurelio
Zen, the show's first season is comprised of three 90-minute episodes,
each at a quality equal to or above most feature films.
Horror Rod Lott
So good are its recent Dario Argento reissues in high-definition that
I'd been waiting patiently for Blue Underground's Blu-ray release of
"Torso," a 1973 giallo from director Sergio Martino ("The
Mountain of the Cannibal God"). Not only did it not disappoint, but it
surpassed my expectations.
World War II and the attack on Pearl Harbor are captured vividly at the 45th Infantry Division Museum.
Features Carmen Forman
This week marks the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl
Harbor and the nation’s subsequent entry into World War II. But Dec. 7,
1941, and its aftermath of infamy don’t feel so distant at Oklahoma
City’s 45th Infantry Division Museum.
Western Rod Lott
Is there a title more intriguing yet baffling than the punctuation-heavy Django, Kill! (If You Live Shoot!)?
Don't answer that. The important thing is just that the 1967 Italian
cult favorite now has been unleashed uncensored on Blu-ray from Blue
Action Rod Lott
It wasn't too long ago you could find crap copies of 1975's Zorro in the dollar-store DVD bins. For a Blu-ray release, Somerville House has cleaned it all up digitally, improving everything but how dull it sometimes is.