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The Walking Dead - Not Tomorrow Yet and The Same Boat - Review: "Bite Size Snacks"

I missed the review for last week’s episode, and although I didn’t plan it this way, I’m glad I now have the chance to combine the two episodes, Not Tomorrow Yet and The Same Boat. This is because the two come together perfectly, with the first...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Mar 16, 2016

The Walking Dead - Knots Untie - Review: "Things aren’t as simple as they seem"

This week our group met some new neighbors. Guided by Jesus, a character Rick and Daryl scuffled with last week, a team from Alexandria ventured out to the Hilltop, a community that outwardly appeared to be a Southern estate stuck back in time, and m...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Mar 2, 2016

The Walking Dead - The Next World - Review: "A Day"

It’s an odd day when The Walking Dead is funny, but this week’s episode about a very odd day was funny. It may be Rick’s “law of averages” catching up. After all of the bloodshed and tears on this show, we were due some lighter moments.Giv...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Feb 24, 2016

EP Review: Corrington Wheeler - Traveling East

Corrington Wheeler is an interesting musical specimen. Young, energetic, and vocally gifted, Wheeler is a member of the new breed of rock musicians. Being a fledgling rock artist is hard in 2015, a lot harder than it was in 2000, and extremely more c...
by The Rock and Roll Guru on Dec 14, 2015

The Walking Dead - Heads Up and Season So Far - Review: “Green Balloons”

by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Nov 28, 2015

EP Review: Private Island - A Good Look

Private Island’s A Good Look was a gift that I somehow overlooked. The EP released in September of 2014, but I did not discover it until recently. I can sometimes get overwhelmed by all of the music review requests I receive and once in a while a b...
by The Rock and Roll Guru on Nov 2, 2015

The Walking Dead - First Time Again - Review: “Sunday Parade”

We’re back for another season of The Walking Dead, kicking off the next 5 years (kidding, but not really) with an old-fashioned walker parade! Not to break us back in slowly (where would the fun be in that?), the episode played with the passage of...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Oct 13, 2015

EP Review: The Eiffels - The Eiffels

Combining the best elements of bands like Duran Duran, Erasure, and Level 42, The Eiffels have released an exceptional self titled EP. The Eiffles are a synth-rock group with serious talent. They have a sound rooted in 80s synth rock with a modern ly...
by The Rock and Roll Guru on Jul 20, 2015

Jet Black Motorcade - The Ghost And The Bones

Jet Black Motorcade is best summed up as a superb offspring of classic rock breeding with modern rock. Imagine all of your favorite bands converging together to form one stupendous rock band. That imagination is the sound of Jet Black Motorcade. Thei...
by The Rock and Roll Guru on Jun 8, 2015

CD Review: SIXX:AM - Modern Vintage

I have never been completely enamored with SIXX:AM. I thought that their first album was too whiny, tainted with themes about feeling sorry for drug abusers. I understand the struggle more than most, but I don’t have much empathy for the “feel so...
by The Rock and Roll Guru on Apr 27, 2015

EP Review: Ryan Link - Reverberations

Alternative country rocker Ryan Link has released his latest EP, Reverberations, and it is a work of art. Concerning this EP, the beauty is in its brevity. While most EPs released today contain five, six, or even seven songs, Link went with the pure...
by The Rock and Roll Guru on Apr 22, 2015

The Walking Dead - Conquer - Review and Discussion

The fifth season of The Walking Dead wrapped up on Sunday night with the story getting “a return,” to loosely paraphrase Morgan, to its beginnings and with introducing a group that on first glance appears to be the most formidable enemy the group...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Mar 31, 2015

The Walking Dead - Try - Review and Discussion

This was another great episode, as the show gets ready to wrap up the season on Sunday. In Try, we saw the differences between the two groups – Rick’s group and the Alexandrians – come to a head, although as Glenn reminds Rick, they’re reall...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Mar 28, 2015

The Walking Dead - Spend - Review and Discussion

This episode was a tough one to review. We haven’t known Noah for very long, but he was quickly becoming a promising character. He represented the next generation, one that doesn’t seem as damaged as Rick and his peers, and his interest in taki...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Mar 21, 2015

The Walking Dead - Forget - Review and Discussion

It continues to amaze me how one episode can so fundamentally shift my perception of what I’m seeing. After “Forget,” I’m leaning toward Sasha currently being the most balanced of the group.The episode starts with Sasha, waking up in her new...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Mar 14, 2015

Album Review: The Delta Routine - You And Your Lion

Springsteen, Dylan, and The Rolling Stones are all major influences heard on The Delta Routine’s latest album, You and Your Lion. It is a sound reminiscent of a perfect blend of the finest superstars coming together to record with everyone bringing...
by The Rock and Roll Guru on Mar 4, 2015

The Walking Dead - Remember - Review and Discussion

A couple of weeks ago I was saying I missed the more natural, smaller character moments of the earlier seasons. This week I ate my words.  I absolutely loved this episode! It was filled from beginning to end with wonderful moments as the group...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Mar 2, 2015

The Walking Dead - The Distance - Review and Discussion

This week’s episode title, The Distance, could be easily paired with another The Walking Dead title, Too Far Gone, as the episode more than anything else seemed to focus on how far gone Rick was. This was an episode that bridged the gap between th...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Feb 24, 2015

The Walking Dead - Them - Review and Discussion

The Walking Dead’s second episode back after the break was a slower-paced session that focused on the characters and where they stood on life, the group, and the future. This was a week to slow down and feel the grief after the recent deaths of Bo...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Feb 16, 2015

The Walking Dead - What Happened and What's Going On - Review and Discussion

The Walking Dead came back this week from a two-month winter hiatus with a reminder that if you’re in it for the happy ending, you’re watching the wrong show. After a punch in the gut with the death of Beth in the mid-season finale, the show bar...
by CHRISTIAN WARRIOR on Feb 10, 2015


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