I received this notice yesterday and since I am heading out of town for a few days in a couple of hours, I programmed it to run on its own while I try to rest before the flight out of NYC. As you can see this is another music festival that takes place outside of the metro area in which we wander but it sure sounds interesting. Take a glance at the full press release down below.
The Press Release:
Surf City Blitz brings one of the greatest punk rock lineups in the history of Southern California—including some of the biggest bands to come out of Orange County—together with Roland Sands Presents The Moto Beach Classic’s world-class motorcycle racing, and more on Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28 at the world famous Huntington State Beach as a part of the SeaLegs Live Event Series. This new weekend destination festival will feature an all-star lineup of punk rock legends performing on the shore of the Pacific Ocean in picturesque Orange County, California. With the support of California State Parks, this incredible event is sure to make a splash in its inaugural year.
The daily music lineup for Surf City Blitz is as follows (subject to change): Saturday October 27: The Offspring, Pennywise, Suicidal Tendencies, FEAR, T.S.O.L., Snuff, Mad Caddies, Voodoo Glow Skulls and more Sunday October 28: Social Distortion, Rancid, Bad Religion, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Interrupters, The Wrecks, Aaron Lee Tasjan and more Continue reading Announcing “Surf City Blitz” 2018→
The folks over at the House Of Vans Brooklyn have just announced their free spring and summer concerts for 2018. Let’s take a look at the poster below that lines out all of the shows. I should mention that this season is also the final one for the Brooklyn event space.
Continuing along with some support of the upcoming Horror films of note, it’s time to make sure that you know that today is the official US wide opening for the adaptation of Stephen King’s terrifying novel “It”. About a month ago I posted the full trailer which if you missed you can see HERE. Its really, really creepy. Take a look at the official theatrical poster and remind yourself of the premise and cast down below.
The Premise: When children begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Maine, a group of young kids are faced with their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries. (thanks Wiki).
Bill Skarsgård as It / Pennywise The Dancing Clown / Bob Gray
Jaeden Lieberher as Bill Denbrough
Jeremy Ray Taylor as Ben Hanscom
Sophia Lillis as Beverly Marsh
Finn Wolfhard as Richie Tozier
Wyatt Oleff as Stanley Uris
Chosen Jacobs as Mike Hanlon
Jack Dylan Grazer as Eddie Kaspbrak
Nicholas Hamilton as Henry Bowers
Owen Teague as Patrick Hockstetter
Logan Thompson as Victor “Vic” Criss
Jake Sim appears as Reginald “Belch” Huggins
Jackson Robert Scott as George Denbrough
Javier Botet as The Leper
PiercingMetal Thoughts: Based on my having quite the barrage of shows and contests to monitor along with a tad bit of everything else I will not be seeing this film during the early weeks of its theatrical run. I do hope to see it before its made its way to home video so lets see what happens. The advance word is that the film is quite scary and that is good by me, one really expects a film with a sinister monster clown type figure to terrify and this one should for sure. What about you readers? Will you be catching the film during the opening weekend or right after? Let me know down in the comments section below and if you should see it, please no spoilers of any kind. I hate that stuff and there is no need for it. Until next we meet.
I’ve been trying to keep to my word about sharing more of the prominent Horror trailers and release day announcements as a part of my “On Screen” narratives because so many of our readers are fans of those things that go bump in the night. A few months ago we got a first teaser look at Warner Brothers Pictures adaptation of Stephen King’s “It” and back then I suggested you leave the lights on. Now with the official first trailer out to enjoy, I would think that checking your locks and windows first might be paramount. Enjoy, if you dare.
I’ve mentioned that I’d be sharing more of the prominent Horror trailers and release day announcements as a part of my “On Screen” narratives in my quest to satisfy that interest niche of our global readership. With that said, its time to unveil the long anticipated and somewhat dreaded trailer for the upcoming movie “It” which is based on the novel by Horror master Stephen King. Take a look but keep the lights on while doing so.