Tag: Martin Scorsese

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “The Connection”

Jean Dujardin becomes obsessed with breaking the French Connection in this thrilling new film....

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: Michael C. Hall Stars in the Gripping “Cold in July”

"Cold in July" proves that Jim Mickle is a director to watch....

Film, Popdose Interviews, Television

The Popdose Interview: Robert Carradine

You might think that Robert Carradine, an actor whose filmography is far more formidable than the average moviegoer would ever imagine...

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “Mean Streets”

Charlie and Johnny Boy finally make it to Blu-ray....

Box Office Flashback, Film

Box Office Flashback: January 9, 1992

Where does the time go? SERIOUSLY, WHERE DID THE PAST WEEK GO? Let's find out together as we collectively experience a Box Office Flashback...

Television, TV on Blu-ray

TV on Blu-ray: “Boardwalk Empire”

Everyone can relax, Boardwalk Empire Season On is finally on Blu-ray....

Greatest Un-Hits, Music

Greatest Un-Hits: Paul McCartney’s “Young Boy” (1997)

The Beatles are kind of always in the not-distant background, as they are the goddamn Beatles. But every five years or so, there’s a...

Film, Film Reviews

Film Review: “Hugo” for the Holidays

Martin Scorsese says it's time for a family film....

Martin Scorsese's "Hugo"

Film, News

Watch the New Featurette for Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo”

Hugo tells the story of an orphan boy living a secret life in the walls of a Paris train station. With the help of an eccentric girl, he...


Digging for Gold, Music

Digging for Gold: The Time-Life “AM Gold” Series, Part 5

Our celebration of AM Gold's compilation series continues with the first batch of songs from 1963. Hello Beach Boys!...


Film, Revival House

Revival House: “You talkin’ to me?”

Taxi Driver turns 35 and Jeff Johnson looks back on a seminal work of '70s cinema....



Liza from A to Z

Liza Minnelli has a new CD, titled Confessions. There's a lot to confess regarding her film and TV career--and cause for...


Film, No Concessions

No Concessions: Scorsese, Polanski Still Crazy After All These Years

“Film culture today,” I muttered, as I waded through (and into) an unusually bothersome post on the usually half-annoying (but...


Film, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Michael Stuhlbarg, “A Serious Man”

"It doesn’t get any easier trying to bring these characters to life," says the star of the Oscar-nominated Coen brothers film, out now on...


Television, TV Reviews

TV Review: “Independent Lens – No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos”

The latest installment of the vaunted PBS series Independent Lens is No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos. The documentary about the...


Film, Revival House

Revival House: Ten Great Remakes

Remakes are all the rage in Hollywood these days, and "rage" is the popular filmgoer response to most of them -- but as Jeff Johnson points...


The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: The Big Three, Part Three

We have now reached the last of a three part series concerning the three taboos of cinema. Thus far we have discussed the use of profanity...


Exit Music, Music

Exit Music (For a Film): “The Last Temptation of Christ”

In 1998, Terrence McNally’s play “Corpus Christi” was first performed in New York City. It wasn’t hard to predict...


Lost MP3 of the Week, Music

Lost MP3 of the Week: Muddy Waters, “You Can’t Lose What You Ain’t Never Had”

Being an obsessive music hoarder has its drawbacks. The questions of, “How often do I really listen to ______ ?” and all those...


DVD Reviews, Music

DVD Review: Martin Scorsese & the Rolling Stones, “Shine a Light”

After watching the first 10 minutes, the most surprising thing about Shine a Light, Martin Scorsese’s concert documentary about the...