Terrorvision

I think at my age it is now safe to say that, despite the warnings of many supposedly learned adults of the 1970’s, television did not rot my brain. I grew up in front of the TV, and I have no problem with that. When I was younger we only had three networks and a... Continue Reading →

Night of the Comet

In November of 1983, ABC aired what was one of the definitive moments of 80’s television. The notorious movie “The Day After.” It was about the aftermath of a nuclear attack on America. I was 12 years old at the time, and I wanted nothing to do with it. Just the print ad in TV... Continue Reading →

Hollywood Boulevard

Make no mistake, film is an amazing art form.  Making a movie is an amazing process and film fans can spend days discussing the thousands of different artistic disciplines that come together to create just one movie.  But we won’t be having that sort of discussion today, loyal readers.  For today’s movie was made on... Continue Reading →

Rock ‘N’ Roll High School

Movies are supposed to be fun!  I think a lot of filmmakers forget that.  There have certainly been plenty of times where I’ve seen some big prestigious movie and though I may have been able to recognize it as an excellent film I didn’t have any fun watching it.  Then you have movies like the... Continue Reading →

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