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KP says: "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" (3D) [2017]   Rating: Rating: 5/6   
Updated: 2017-08-14 15:31:35    Type:  movie review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
I wasn't expecting a lot, because I'd read some rather harsh reviews, but most of what they said turned out to be untrue. Well at least if you don't remember a single thing from the graphic novels, like me. Visually this movie is stunning. Like Star Wars and The 5th Element and Avatar on speed and LSD. The pace is generally very good with the exception of a period near the finale, where it ... [read more]
 
"Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" (3D) [2017] (movie review)
 
KP says: Alice Cooper : "Paranormal"   Rating: Rating: 4/6   
Updated: 2017-08-04 21:16:07    Type:  cd review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
An image has begun to emerge, so let's give this a try. The new album is both very enjoyable and well produced indeed (Bob Ezrin, say no more.) Still, let's face it, it's impossible to outdo yourself, when you are Alice fucking Cooper with a past that goes back to the beginning of the 70ies and beyond, and you are legendary in every way. I think it lacks some of the craziness and experimental ... [read more]
 
Alice Cooper : "Paranormal" (cd review)
Alice Cooper : "Paranormal" (cd review)
 
KP says: Atomic Blonde (2D) [2017]   Rating: Rating: 3/6   
Updated: 2017-07-30 17:17:30    Type:  movie review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
Charlize Theron is a British MI6 agent and she's being sent to Berlin to obtain a list of information about secret agents that can't fall into enemy hands. The story is a bit of a mess and there's a lot of agents and double-agents of several nationalities and several plot twists. The stunts are great though and Charlize gets do do a lot of hardcore fights as well as a lesbian affair with a French ... [read more]
 
Atomic Blonde (2D) [2017] (movie review)
 
KP says: Depeche Mode @ Parken - Copenhagen, Live, 2017-05-31   Rating: Rating: 3/6   
Updated: 2017-06-02 19:58:27    Type:  concert review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
This was probably my last Depeche Mode concert. I think they seem old and tired. I have seen them at least 3 times earlier + a Dave Gahan solo gig. This week's concert wasn't anywhere near as good as any of the earlier gigs I've seen. Andy Fletcher reached new heights of idiotic stage behaviour. I swear I saw him yawning behind his email-reading-desk at one point on the big screen. Wisely they didn't ... [read more]
 
Depeche Mode @ Parken - Copenhagen, Live, 2017-05-31 (concert review)
 
KP says: Alien: Covenant [2017]   Rating: Rating: 4/6   
Updated: 2017-05-20 14:45:36    Type:  movie review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
In Ridley Scott's new Prometheus [2012] sequel and Alien [1979] prequel, a colonization ship decides to visit an Earth-like new planet on the way to their planned destination. Let's just reveal, that it was a very bad decision. But if the captain is a religious moron, and all movie astronauts these days seem to be emotion-driven lunatics without any self-control or sense of logic, then bad things are bound to happen. David [Michael Fassbender] ... [read more]
 
Alien: Covenant [2017] (movie review)
 
KP says: Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel : "I Can Spin A Rainbow"   Rating: Rating: 2/6   
Updated: 2017-05-13 18:15:09    Type:  cd review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
I don't know what it is with Amanda Palmer these days, but she has been trying to bore me to death for a while now. It pretty much began after she had her baby, so that was probably a bad career move. Well, bad for me at least. This new album is a collaboration with Edward Ka-Spel. I don't know if he is usually boring too, but on this album he surely is. It ... [read more]
 
Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel : "I Can Spin A Rainbow" (cd review)
 
KP says: Slægt : "Domus Mysterium"   Rating: Rating: 6/6   
Updated: 2017-05-06 18:56:26    Type:  cd review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
I stepped into the rumours of a new young Danish kick-ass metal band in Copenhagen's Vega last year (2016). I went there to hear the Irish band Primordial, and I walked out of Vega with a vinyl EP of the Danish support act Slægt afterwards. They hadn't embarressed themselves at all, even if support gigs are usually impossible to survive. I put on their EP on my trusty 1210 at home, and it was true ... [read more]
 
Slægt : "Domus Mysterium" (cd review)
Slægt : "Domus Mysterium" (cd review)
 
KP says: Depeche Mode : "Spirit"   Rating: Rating: 1/6   
Updated: 2017-04-28 19:47:55    Type:  cd review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
The new Depeche Mode album is so boring that it must have been written solely by Andy Fletcher, while he was standing behind his laptop on stage, reading his emails. It's like trying to watch the "Gandhi" [1982] movie without falling asleep. That movie runs for more than 3 hours and nothing happens. Much like on this album. Luckily it only runs for 49 minutes, but it feels like an eternity. Highlights? None. ... [read more]
 
Depeche Mode : "Spirit" (cd review)
 
KP says: The Fate of the Furious (2D) [2017]   Rating: Rating: 3/6   
Updated: 2017-04-23 19:18:01    Type:  movie review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
So for this Fast & Furious 8 movie, what if the evil cyber-criminals Aileen Wuornos and Tormund Giantsbane will force Riddick to betray his FAMILIA, and Riddick's beloved team will have to do their very best to try to stop the criminals from using a military EMP device to steal a Russian submarine complete with nuclear missiles and launch codes? Sounds tough perhaps, but Sarge, Rain, Missandei, MacReady, Jason Statham himself and many more, ... [read more]
 
The Fate of the Furious (2D) [2017] (movie review)
 
KP says: Black Magic Six : "Choose Death"   Rating: Rating: 6/6   
Updated: 2017-04-08 18:20:36    Type:  cd review     English text   Read Full Comment + add reply    
This new record is the 4th full-length album from Black Magic Six. To begin with, it follows the well-known formula of the Finnish duo, with lots of dirty, noisy and massive garage rock, distorted guitar and pounding drums on "Dance With Me, Satan". But already on the second track "Shake, Shake, Shake" it becomes clear, that the boys are in a playful mood. I don't know if funky is the right word to describe it, ... [read more]
 
Black Magic Six : "Choose Death" (cd review)
 
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