A look into two disparate examples of the “make-or-break” role of actors in films.
Reviews are pretty self-explanatory. A writer from The Frying Pan explains a release to you, the reader, to the best of their ability. Reviews have no particular set schedule for release, but we can guarantee at least one review per week written by a Frying Pan author exclusively for the site.
Reviews can go one of two ways- they can either be retrospectives (for releases that date back to last year or older) or for new releases (reviews written for material released in the current year. This could be any time during said year, meaning a review for an album released in January written in December would still technically qualify as a “new release review”, although such an occurrence happening often is slim).