Episode 6 of the Constant Conversations podcast features a conversation with film critic/blogger/fellow podcaster Tristan More.
I’ve spent a lot of time on this site raving about the TVOne docu-series UnSung, a show that has brought forth renewed interest in a bevy of R&B and rap acts from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. One artist who practically defines the term “unsung” (and probably isn’t high-profile enough to be covered by the show’s producers) is Betty Davis. Betty never sold a lot of records, never had a radio hit in any format, and has mostly disappeared from […]
Part one of a two part podcast celebrating Ninja Turtles, Cop Rock & Graffiti Bridge! Yep, we’re taking you back to 1990.
25 years after “Do The Right Thing” and not much has changed. Check out our latest podcast.
As May the Fourth, AKA the unofficial Star Wars Day, approaches, Disney and Lucasfilm have started to blast us with news about the 2015 release of Episode VII. Important news! Not that knowing John Williams will be orchestrating the soundtrack again (thank God!), or a teaser picture of the first cast member announced, R2-D2, wasn’t important enough but come on! We’ve been as anxious as Luke whining about joining the academy for something that will get us excited about the continuation of a pop […]
Why is Zach Braff carrying a swear jar?
Our latest podcast episode takes its name from an unheralded Christmas classic. A soul-stirring movie starring Ving Rhames (yes, that Ving Rhames) as…a female impersonator who looks suspiciously like disco superstar Sylvester. As you would expect from a December podcast, our focus is on the holidays. Most specifically, holiday movies and holiday music. The ultimate ’80s movie showdown takes place, as Big Money, Dr. Z and Michaels Duquette and Parr decide once and for all which is better- “ National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation ” or “Scrooged.” Michael […]
Wondering what movies have been doing with the horror genre this year? Just in time for Halloween, let’s look at some of the most notable efforts of 2013, while sprinkling in some random oldies as well, because the cemetery of horror cinema is a vast plot.
Hello all! I’m coming to you with what will hopefully be a semi-regular column, “Reelfinder,” as we find new and interesting trailers to present to you. It’s sort of like our “Viewfinder” where we preview the film as if the trailer is the film;s single. We’ll discuss them a bit and tell you why we believe you should see the film that’s coming soon to a theatre near you! A new Coen Bros. film has become quite the anticipated event […]