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Hollywood Theater Puts On A Show For 'Rocky Horror Saved My Life'

Almost four decades ago, Rocky Horror Picture Show introduced audiences to the gender bending Dr. Frank-N-Furter and his merry band of sex fiends. Since then, a massive cult following has continued to celebrate the bizarre movie musical’s blend of horror, sci-fi, and catchy song and dance numbers with midnight matinees and live performances. 179 more words

Made In Pittsburgh

65 Red Roses (2009) Review

Genre:  Documentary

Plot:  We meet Eva Markvoort, a vivacious girl in her twenties, and watch her courageously battle the roller coaster ride of cystic fibrosis. Eva exudes a loving, optimistic, and adventurous spirit that is jaw-dropping against the reality of her life expectancy. 212 more words

Movie Reviews

Addison Oktoberfest: It's Like Munich In Addison Circle Park!

Coming up at the Winspear Opera House is a guy who has been making films for over 30 years — films you can ACTUALLY learn from! 169 more words


HBO: The Weight of the Nation

The Weight of the Nation is a 4-part 2012 documentary, free to watch on HBO and youtube, detailing the health and policy implications of skyrocketing obesity in American adults and children. 1,095 more words


Philly gets Inked (1990)

A very generous OV reader has lent me a copy of the 1990 Michael O. Stearns documentary “Philly gets Inked” for digital conversion. I was expecting more interviews like Stearns other films, but this is more a straight up ‘virtual convention’ film. 71 more words

Occult Vibrations

Documentary on Ku Klux Klan in America

La America del Odio

by Jon Sistiaga

*Spanish documentary {I could  only find the Spanish translated version of the documentary}

Yesterday morning I happened to run into this amazing documentary made by brilliant Spanish journalist Jon Sistiaga. 96 more words