Year: 1987
Directed By: Paul Verhoven
Written By: Edward Neumeier and Michael Miner


The farther we go into the past the more interesting the movies about the future tend to be. 1,177 more words


Question Tuesday

On Facebook this morning, I complained about a YouTube account called CinemaSins. The account profiles the “sins” found in popular movies. There are times when I quite agree with his assessment of logic issues in stories but oftentimes he calls things cliche which I think are just universal human truths. 358 more words

Question Tuesday

Beware the Batman: "Secrets" review (spoilers)

Written by Mitch Watson

Directed by Rick Morales

Batman is on the trail of Magpie, a deranged thief on a crime spree that could be related to her tragic past. 714 more words

The Bard's barbs: Antaeus Theatre Company raises money with funny Kickstarter campaign

by Kyla Brewer
The Recap Sequence

A hotbed of comedians, classically trained actors and self-made celebrities, Los Angeles, Calif., is the home of rising stars, seasoned veterans and everything in between. 1,051 more words


Episode 007 with Agent Carter's Kurtwood Smith


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On this week’s episode, we can’t wait to share our interview with Kurtwood Smith! You’ll hear about his role as Vernon Masters on “Marvel’s Agent Carter” as well as his current work on Amazon’s “ 103 more words


Marvel's Agent Carter S02 E07: Monsters

Forces continue to align against the seriously injured Agent Carter with Dottie captured, and Whitney Frost now in charge and on the rampage. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Monsters!” 453 more words


Movie Ramblings: RoboCop

For me, RoboCop is the quintessential violent action movie from the 1980s . Sure, there are plenty of others and I love Die Hard and… 1,233 more words