Brian returns to Eric’s house and finally tells Allison his true feelings.
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Matthew Sweet stops by Popdose for yet another interview! This time, he’s talking tour dates, new music + J.J. Abrams!
After his failure to perform with Kate, Brian wants nothing more than to get to Eric’s party.
Proof positive that Hollywood had no idea how to turn a TV show into a movie during the ’90s
10 Movies…That Are Fifth-Quels (To Prepare You For Another Fifth Movie in a Franchise, ‘Scary Movie 5’
Star Trek: The Complete Unauthorized History compiles all the television series and film series into an easy to digest bible of the past 45 years of Star Trek.
In popular culture 1989 was the year of the bat.
The best reissues, remasters and box sets of the first half of 2012, picked by Mike Duquette of The Second Disc.
What do secret agents, Fu Manchu, Star Trek parodies and lemurs have in common? They’re all part of the DVD box set “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol XXIII.” See what Tony Redman has to say about it in his review!
The second installment of Digging for Gold explores more of 1962’s hippest tunes. And Gene Pitney.
The Popdose Staff reminisces about 15 of its favorite sketches from the past 35 years of Saturday Night Live.
Filmgoers love to complain about everything we have to sit through before the main attraction, but there’s nothing like a great teaser trailer.
From Avatar to the Transformers sequel, from Up in the Air to the depths of Obsessed, a look back at the highs and lows of 2009 as awards season takes shape.
Welcome back to Farkakte Film Flashback, friends — and a Pete Chianca-led tour through some of the best time travel movies in cinematic history.
Happy Friday, Trekkies! It’s time for another installment of How Bad Can It Be? — and this time, Jack Feerick is taking a leak all over Star Trek: The Animated Series.
Bob Cashill and Lance Berry are together at the film desk for this week’s No Concessions, discussing the new Star Trek. Join in!
Hollywood’s summer crop is almost ready for market, and Lance Berry’s made a list of 10 blockbusters he may (or may not) remember fondly come fall.