Shinedown, In This Moment, One Bad Son & 10 Years performed live in Lethbridge on April 4, 2018 to a sold out crowd at the Enmax Centre for Derailed 2018. Here’s my review and exclusive photo gallery from the concert: Read more
Updated: Winner Chosen! — Fox Force Five News and Showcase Comics and Hobbies have teamed up for a major holiday gift basket giveaway with a total value of over $200 worth of DVDs/Blu-rays. All you need to do is click LIKE on both Facebook pages. Done. Do it now! DOOOOO IIIT! Read more
Slayer, Anthrax and Death Angel rolled their North American Fall Tour through the Enmax Centre in Lethbridge, Alberta on October 17, 2016. Check out my review of the show which is hands down the most thrash metal lineup of 2016. Read more
Ryan North, writer of Squirrel Girl, Adventure Time and Dinosaur Comics, attended the 2016 Word on The Street Festival in Lethbridge on September 24th to chat about his latest novel, Romeo and/or Juliet. He met with fans, spoke about his writing process, the cool secret in Romero and/or Juliet and his thoughts on the upcoming Squirrel Girl adaptation which seems to be cooking.
From 7 Storm Collective, the creative team behind Land of The Rising Dead, comes the highly anticipated Beowulf: The Untold Saga. The original graphic novel is written by Ben Laverock and illustrated by Scott Dewey – check out the details on the upcoming action packed fantasy epic right here. Read more
Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach, Sixx:A.M. and From Ashes to New rolled their Canadian tour through Lethbridge, Alberta on September 13, 2016 to put on hours of white-knuckled, aggressive as hell, balls to the wall hard rock at the Enmax Centre.
Celebrate reading and literacy on Saturday September 24, 2016 in Lethbridge, Alberta at The Word on The Street Festival with a fantastic lineup of authors including Ryan North (Squirrel Girl, Romeo and/or Juliet), Linda Bailey (Seven Dead Pirates) and many, MANY more. Check out the details here. Read more
Fox Force Five News is officially one years old as of today — June 1, 2016. It’s hard to believe that so much time has passed since the birth of FFFN. The staff has grown, the content continues to kill and I couldn’t be happier with where we are as a pop culture news site right now.
From Crowsnest Films, director/writers Trevor Smith, John Kerr, cinematographer Sean Smith and editor Ken Filewych, comes the documentary the smalls: forever is a long time. The film is playing in select theatrical showings across Canada with a home release pending.
Exclusive: During their recent Lethbridge stop on the Canadian Juggalo Invasion Tour that also featured Twiztid and Lex The Hex Master, I had the chance to interview Blaze Ya Dead Homie and Boondox before the show on the tour bus in what was one of the most laid back and coolest in-person interviews that I’ve ever had.