If Leo doesn’t get an Oscar, I will cry for him

The Revenant movie poster (flickr/wolf gang)

The Revenant came out a few weeks ago and I had the pleasure to view it. It is a super intense movie that had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. It was a roller coaster of emotions from bears flinging the main character around to people dying to revenge and even more death (if that’s a spoiler, I’m sorry).

Brandon Schmitz, a blogger for the O’Colly, agrees when I say that this is probably DiCaprios best role in any film. The majority of the time he uses his face as his way of communicating the emotions he’s feeling because of the lack of people to talk with on screen. You can see the betrayal, the depression, the fire in his eyes.

It’s a wonderfully made story about the American Frontier and revenge. It’s definitely a must-see.


New ‘Panic! At the Disco’ album turns heads and sheds tears

Panic! frontman, Brendon Urie, at a concert in Omaha, NE (flickr/Tarah)

Brendon Urie the frontman of the pop/rock band, Panic! At the Disco, comes back and delivers the bands 5th studio album. According to ew.com after the bands’ many lineup changes Urie finally decided to go solo and produce the record with his own ideas and talents. Madison Vain of ew.com interviewed the new soloist, asking questions of how Panic! came to be and what we can expect in the new album.


The author was able to get some original quotes from Urie such as him referencing Kanye West and his collaborations with Rivers Cuomo. The author of the article references about his writing and how he enjoys the process more since he gets to work with himself and not have to ask bandmates what they think. Urie also revealed some of his background as a child and how he got into the music scene, “I would be in my room listening to music or sneaking music that I wasn’t allowed to listen to or reading books that I wasn’t supposed to read. This album was a touch back to the past.”

The new album “Death of a Bachelor” is out now!