Meet The Ladies Of Stepford! You think “The Handmaid’s Tale” is torn from today’s culture – how about this classic sci-fi film? The 70’s were chock full of classic films that have been forgotten to time…and it’s time to do… Read More ›
“Hush Little Baby Don’t You Cry…” Well, except you have a JAWS BED! “WHAT THE FRIDAY!?!?!?!?! OK, “What The Friday” celebrates anything and everything I find social media that makes me shake my head and say “WTF?” And NOTHING has… Read More ›
Sleep Over At The “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” Gas Station! Eat Some BBQ! The Iconic Horror Site Can Be Yours Tonight – Here’s How!
Spend A Night With Leatherface! OK, you want a REALLY creepy night out? How about spending the night at the gas station-turned-motel that was used in the classic shocker “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre!” Here’s a refresher on this iconic 70’s… Read More ›
Harry Nilsson’s “Gotta Get Up”! “Russian Doll” Wakes Up To “Nilsson Schmillson” Every Day! Great New Netflix Series!
Harry Nilsson Wakes Up Natasha Lyonne On “Russian Doll!” One of the best new shows on TV is “Russian Doll” on Netflix, starring Natasha Lyonne – and one reason I love it so much is that it uses a song… Read More ›
Lady Gaga And Bradley Cooper Talk! “A Star Is Born” Screening And Conversation! The Story Of Sam Elliott’s Voice!
“A Star Is Born” Screening And Conversation With Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper and Sam Elliott! I was lucky enough to attend a special screening of “A Star Is Born”, followed by a terrific conversation with the film’s star and Director… Read More ›
Brilliant “Carrie!” #31DaysOfHalloween! Brian DePalma’s Horror Classic With A “Star Wars” Connection!
Time For A Halloween Horror Classic! Finishing up #31daysofhalloween on a cinematic high note, with the second greatest horror film ever made. More than a great horror film, “Carrie” is a beautifully made movie, which began as a Stephen King… Read More ›
Time For A #31DaysOfHorror Double Bill! As I look at some of the greatest horror films of all time, this double bill came to mind: a “no-budget” classic and a Canadian shocker – both films growing in cinematic importance over… Read More ›