Watered Down Awards

In cultureShock, Entertainment by Erich Cella0 Comments

From Kanye West’s ridiculously overly dramatic, egotistical, self appreciation after accepting his award, to Tim McGraw proclaiming that he wants to live like he’s dying, it was apparent to me that the Grammy awards were nothing more than a shameless promotion of the artists that the corporations want people to …

Blood, Gore, and More

In cultureShock, Entertainment, Movies & TV, Reviews by Adam Blasucci0 Comments

Halloween Directed: by Rob Zombie. Starring: Tyler Mane and Malcolm McDowell. Running Time: 109 min. Rated: R Shoot ‘Em Up Starring: Clive Owen, Paul Giamatti and Monica Bellucci. Running Time: 87 min. Rated: R If you missed most of the summer movies I have two suggestions for you. Rob Zombie’s …

ILLA is Unbreakable

In cultureShock, Entertainment by Nathasha Alvarez0 Comments

Simon Illa’s interview was unique from the get go. It’s always an awesome experience to speak to a fellow OI’er, someone living with Osteogenesis Imperfecta. The interview you are about to read couldn’t be written in a normal format because let’s face it, if once you get to know Simon …

Yew Choong Cheong at Kennedy Center

In cultureShock, Entertainment by Peter Amstutz0 Comments

Yew Choong Cheong, a West Virginia University student who plays and studies classical piano despite a loss of hearing, recently won the 2007 International Young Soloists Award given by VSA arts. The international, nonprofit organization was founded in 1974 by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith to create a society where all …

V: Vendetta

In cultureShock, Entertainment by Adam Blasucci0 Comments

V For Vendetta is about a freedom fighter known only as “V”. Similar to that fictional hero, Zorro, he fights to free his countrymen from an oppressive and evil totalitarian government. He even leaves his own mark the letter V behind him just as Zorro had. V wears a black …

39 Pounds of Love

In cultureShock, Entertainment by Nathasha Alvarez0 Comments

Asaf Gives Two Thumbs Up Once again Miami’s own, Harry Horgan uses Shake A Leg’s historical hangar for a worthwhile time of fun and inspiration. Last night, Shake A Leg held a movie screening for “39 Pounds of Love”, a film that truly captures Audacity Magazine’s message of living an …

Melodic Monstrosity

In cultureShock, Entertainment by Erich Cella0 Comments

The musical maturity of System of a Down (SOAD) has propelled them to the forefront of the alternative metal heap and silenced the critics who had labeled the group as a loud screeching disorganized swell of noise. That’s not to say that these tortured artists lost their maniacal sharpness and …

Stocking Stuffer

In cultureShock, Entertainment by Nathasha Alvarez0 Comments

What do you get your athletic friend with a physical disability for the holidays? MURDERBALL! The absolutely most talked about, least viewed by the world and most widely acclaimed documentary about a wheelchair rugby team. This is not a dry documentary about the woe-is-me people that mainstream media loves to …