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Justis Gyori - Film of the Week | Drive

It’s been sometime since my first run-through of Drive (roughly two or three years); and although I really really enjoyed it, the overall level of appreciation was simply not there due mainly to a bad viewing experience. 346 more words

Film & Television

Sick in the Head: Conversations about Life and Comedy

I have always been fascinated with interviews of my favorite authors and actors. These people create worlds or characters that seem so lifelike and pure, but we never get to glimpse the creative mind behind them. 914 more words

Inspiration

Albert Brooks May Be The Most Versatile Guest Star In 'Simpsons' History

While never an official cast member, Albert Brooks has undeniably been an essential part of The Simpsons. Over the course of the show’s run, he’s given us many hilarious characters that, despite only appearing once or twice, will be remembered forever. 690 more words

TV

Actor Profile: Albert Brooks

My second actor profile this week belongs to Albert Brooks, who is a really underappreciated actor in Hollywood. Seriously. He’s done more than enough to warrant being an Oscar nominee, yet he isn’t. 219 more words

Editorial

Sully Appearing on Proudly Resents

One of my favorite podcasts in the world is the Cult Movie Podcast called Proudly Resents. It is hosted and produced by my great friend, Adam Spiegelman. 61 more words

New York Yankees

‘History repeating itself’: Let actor Albert Brooks remind you of what could go wrong with the #IranDeal

Actor Albert Brooks had the perfect one-tweet response last night to all the hype over the just signed deal on Iran’s nuclear program. In summary, how’d that deal with North Korea work out for the U.S. 473 more words

Entertainment

TWILIGHT ZONE: THE MOVIE (1983)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 41 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG

Directed by: John Landis, Steven Spielberg, Joe Dante & George Miller

Written by: John Landis, George Clayton Johnson, Richard Matheson, Melissa Mathison & Jerome Bixby… 935 more words

Horror