We last discussed the upcoming DCEU installment “SHAZAM!” only a few short weeks ago with the 2nd Official Trailer. If you didn’t see it, just click HERE so you are on point. Now onto the super cool news because it looks like the folks over at Fandango are giving you the chance to see the film two weeks in advance of its opening. Read on down below.
The Press Release:
Fandango, the leading digital network for all things movies, has teamed up with Warner Bros. Pictures to offer exclusive advance screenings this Saturday, March 23, of “Shazam!,” the newest DC Superhero to hit the big screen and one of the most highly anticipated movies of the season.
In an exclusive clip from “Shazam!” Star Zachary Levi explains how a wizard transformed him into a superhero.
Fans can also enjoy a special shout-out from the film’s star, Zachary Levi, about Fandango’s early access screenings here, and purchase a special “Shazam!” Fandango gift card HERE.
Last night, Metal Blade Records and Metal Injection hosted a screening party at the famed Saint Vitus Bar where those in attendance would be able to enjoy the brand-new King Diamond video release “Songs For The Dead Live”. The event was open to the general public and featured plenty of fans and assorted press and media entities.
After some quick welcomes by Injection’s Frank Godla, the attendees got to meet Denise Korycki who shot, directed and produced the live release. This must have been some undertaking because the King show is not just him standing in front of you, and instead he is everywhere on this elaborate and very visual setting. Denise lined out a few of the details about such an effort and she was joined by “Abigail” herself. When she is offstage she goes by Jodi Cachia. Saint Vitus Bar is pretty dark and I just snapped this shot with my mobile to have a moment of them talking to the audience. Continue reading Watching King Diamond’s “Songs For The Dead Live” @ Saint Vitus Bar (2/6/2019)→
I caught the advance screening of Judas Priest’s “Epitaph” DVD last night at the Clearview Chelsea Theater and wow what an exciting blast of Metal power it was……For those in the unaware, “Epitaph” was the title of the last go round for Judas Priest touring and lucky for those who didn’t get around to seeing it, the whole show was captured on video to be released in this fashion. The show was filmed at the Hammersmith Apollo and my deeper analysis of the evening can be enjoyed by clicking the poster below. That will scoot you over to the Event Reviews section of PiercingMetal.com where I stored the article. Then come on back here to scroll down and enjoy some images that I captured during the night.
Artist: KISS Venue: Regal Theater’s (New York, NY) Event: “Symphony: Alive IV” Theatrical Presentation Date: 9/9/2003 Label: Sanctuary Records
It was only a few months earlier when I had found myself on line at a Best Buy in the city to not only purchase a copy of the newest CD by KISS, but also to get a chance to pose for a photograph with them. I still laugh at how much of a fan boy I become when it concerns anything about this band but they have always been able to remain one of my favorites for many, many years. Who could blame me about this because when the fans had purchased the CD they would be able to get their copy signed as well, or at least what we found out when we did this was that the signed inserts were given to you as you hit the cash register. By now all the readers and KISS fans around the globe are aware that the album “KISS: Symphony Alive IV” captured the band in concert with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the CD kicked many different levels of ass when it came down to it. It is a sure fire recommendation to any existing KISS fan and even those who just want a superb live album. That event was discussed HERE for the interested to observe. Continue reading The Screening Of: KISS “Symphony: Alive IV” @ Regal Cinemas (9/9/2003)→