Blu-ray Review: “Into the Woods”

I may be in the minority amongst lovers of movie musicals, but I found the 2002 Academy Award winning Chicago to be rather flat. Rob Marshall, the director of Chicago, also helmed the Daniel Day Lewis musical Nine, which was kind ...

‘Face Time: Babyface, “Whip Appeal”

Babyface turns 30 this year. Sure, the Man Who Would Be Babyface — Kenneth Edmonds — was born in 1959, but the singer, songwriter, producer, and all-around hit maker extraordinaire began taking baby steps up the Billboard charts the ...

No Concessions: “Frankenstein,” Live Onstage at the Movies

I saw London’s biggest stage sensation a couple of days ago, and not because Popdose sent me (like that would ever happen). I just walked across Flatbush Avenue and took my seat at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where Frankenstein was ...

Soundtrack Saturday: “Thrashin'”

It’s no secret how much I love ’80s breakdance movies. I mean, how can you not love them — there are so many and they are all SO FUCKING AMAZING.

Well, I now think I’ve found a new obsession: ’80s skateboarding movies. ...

No Concessions: Summer Hits and Misses

It’s Labor Day Weekend, and if you’re like me, you’re off to the movies. What to see: The unstoppable Sandra Bullock in another romantic comedy? Gamer? Hmmm…maybe a double feature, the unstoppable Sandra Bullock in another romantic comedy and Gamer? (What the ...

Film Review: “Public Enemies”

I’ve been a fan of director Michael Mann (Ali, The Last of the Mohicans) for some years now. One thing I’ve always been able to count on is that no matter what project he’s filming, it will be a worthy consideration, a ...