subnormal magazine…current playlist

Death to tyrants! subnormal magazine is back!…

(coming back  on a screen near you this year with its own site)

Politicians: definition–Poly= many, ticks = bloodsuckers

subnormal magazine: Current Playlist 

subnormal hates all advertisers and endorses nothing including no ads in the videos below.

1, Phantogram

2, Yeah Yeah Yeahs

3, Pussy Riot

4, Adolescents

5, X-Ray Spex

6, Sunny Day Real Estate

7, Swervedriver

8, The Weirdos

9, Naked Raygun

10,  Misfits

11, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry

12, Sisters of Mercy

2017 / 2018 Calendar

November

4, The Weirdos, Spaceland

10, The Dead Boys, Viper Room

11, DRI + others, Union, LA

18, Quiet Riot, Whisky a Go Go

22, X, Guilty Ones, NOVA; LA

25, Barbed Wire Dolls, Whisky a Go Go

December

15, Moving Units, Glass House; Pamona

31, NYE

January

28, Styx, The Saban

February

23, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Glass House; Pamona

(playlist) 13…….Ministry

14, Vice Squad

15, Sunflower Bean

16, Warpaint

this page only text is anti-copyright, subnormal magazine

videos, copyright, respective bands / labels, blah blah blah

Zoey Deutch Gives Live Reading at The Academy

Actors Zoey Deutch (pictured), Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Rodrigo Santoro and Vince Vaughn will perform a live reading of selected scenes from this year’s five winning scripts at the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Awards Presentation & Live Read on Thursday, November 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.
 ZOEY DEUTCH, GUGU MBATHA-RAW, RODRIGO SANTORO AND VINCEVAUGHN TO PERFORM AT ACADEMY NICHOLL FELLOWSHIPS LIVE READ

Actors Zoey Deutch, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Rodrigo Santoro and Vince Vaughn will perform a live reading of selected scenes from this year’s five winning scripts at the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Awards Presentation & Live Read on Thursday, November 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Effie Brown (“Dear White People”) returns to produce, and Rodrigo Garcia (“Mother and Child”) returns to direct for the fifth consecutive year.

Deutch recently starred in the feature film “Before I Fall.” Her credits include “Rebel in the Rye,” “Why Him?,” “Everybody Wants Some!,” “Dirty Grandpa,” “Vampire Academy,” “Beautiful Creatures” and the upcoming “Flower,” “The Year of Spectacular Men” and “Set It Up.”

Mbatha-Raw most recently starred in “Beauty and the Beast” and the television series “Black Mirror.” Next she’ll be appearing in “God Particle” and “A Wrinkle in Time,” both scheduled for release in early 2018. Other credits include “Miss Sloane,” “Beyond the Lights” and “Belle.”

Santoro currently stars in the HBO series “Westworld” and recently completed work on the Cuban feature film “1989.” His other feature credits include the critically acclaimed “Heleno,” “The 33,” “Focus,” “300: Rise of an Empire” and “Love Actually.”

An actor, producer and screenwriter, Vaughn is widely known for his leading roles in “Hacksaw Ridge,” “Wedding Crashers” and “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.” His other credits include “The Internship,” “The Break-Up,” “Into the Wild” and “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.” Most recently he starred in “Brawl in Cell Block 99.”

Presenters for the evening’s program are five members of the Academy Nicholl Fellowships Committee: producer Julia Chasman (“25th Hour”), writer Larry Karaszewski (“The People vs. O.J. Simpson”) animation director Jennifer Yuh Nelson (“Kung Fu Panda 3”), writer Misan Sagay (“Belle”) and producer Robert Shapiro (“Empire of the Sun”).

Earlier this month four individual screenwriters and one writing team were selected from 7,102 entries as winners of the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting competition. The winners are (listed alphabetically by author):

Vigil Chime, “Bring Back Girl” (New York, NY)
SJ Inwards, “Jellyfish Summer” (Marina del Rey, CA)
Max Lance and Jen Bailey, “The Queen of Sleaze” (Los Angeles, CA)
KG Rockmaker, “Last Days of Winter” (Montclair, NJ)
Cesar Vitale, “The Great Nothing” (Santos, São Paulo, Brazil)

Each of the winners will receive a $35,000 prize, the first installment of which will be distributed at the Live Read event. Since 1986, 152 Nicholl fellowships have been awarded. Fellowships are presented with the understanding that the recipients will each complete a feature-length screenplay during their fellowship year.

Admission to the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Awards Presentation & Live Read is free. Advance tickets are recommended, and are available here.

ABOUT THE ACADEMY

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is a global community of more than 8,000 of the most accomplished artists, filmmakers and executives working in film. In addition to celebrating and recognizing excellence in filmmaking through the Oscars, the Academy supports a wide range of initiatives to promote the art and science of the movies, including public programming, educational outreach and the upcoming Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which is under construction in Los Angeles.

This content is (c), 2017, AMPAS, all rights reserved.

Where’s The Revolution?!

Depeche Mode visited Hollywood last week for an amazing four nights, and The Hollywood Sentinel was there.  Check out our review in Music’s Greatest here inside.

Hello! And welcome to the new issue of The Hollywood Sentinel. The Hollywood Sentinel is unique in that publishes ONLY the good news. That also means, unlike some publications that tried copying  us by stating that they report only the good news too–we do not run ads for destructive diet pills, plastic surgery, or toxic food and bad lifestyles. Not only that, we advance culture in Hollywood and throughout the world, by teaching people and reminding those that know, that “What we put our attention on, generally happens.”  And that “like attracts like,” and–that we are spiritual beings, having a human experience.

We also give free, massively valuable education on How to Succeed in Hollywood, from a good, moral, positive perspective, without compromising one’s honesty or integrity.   And, more importantly, we give free advice on How to Keep Kids Safe in Hollywood and the entertainment industry, not only helping their parents to avoid getting ripped off, but most essentially, helping to keep them free from abuse.

We invite you to sit down with us here on your phone, on your tablet or computer, and get to know us a bit, or–if you have already read us before, look at the new and old content.  Explore each unique page by clicking on the table of contents tab to the left, or scrolling down. And if there is something you would like to read but don’t see here in our pages, be sure to let us know.  You can even go ‘way’ back and explore our older Archives section at www.thehollywoodsentinel.com that will give you hours of reading and educational enjoyment–straight from those that are not only huge fans of all areas of the arts including Hollywood, but are also, working professionals in this land that so many from all the world over dream of.

The Hollywood Sentinel is also e-mailed directly to the office of every star in its pages.  We have been told by strangers from around the world, dreaming of Hollywood, that it has helped them greatly–taught them what they wanted to know, and gave them hope.  We have also been told by many of the rich or famous, how they love it, and thanking us for what we create and the service we provide. We hope this continues to be the situation for many.  We hope this is true for you.  We are here to give back–we are here to help and entertain, and we are here because we love what we do, and we hope it shows. Enjoy the new issue.

–Bruce Edwin; Publisher; Hollywood Sentinel

This content is (c). 2017, Hollywood Sentinel, all rights reserved. Video, (c). 2017, Columbia Records / Depeche Mode.