Twenty years later, “Bachelor Party” and “Revenge of the Nerds” are still pretty damn good.
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The Popdose Staff uses the event of being an extra to extol the virtues of John Candy.
Romance is in the air, as Warner Brothers releases another large collection commemorating the studios 90th Anniversary.
The Dean Martin Variety Show offered a little something for everyone. There was music (well, duh) and plenty of laughs, but there was also a lot of style. Everyone on stage who joined Dean carried with them a sense of class. Most important, everyone on the show seemed to be having a great time, often at the expense of Dean.
Prostitutes! Excessive partying! Jessica Tandy! These are a few of Charlie Sheen’s favorite things, and they all make cameos in this week’s Box Office Flashback to March 28, 1990.
With the release of the James Cameron-produced Sanctum looming, Popdose takes a look at other waterlogged big-screen terrors.
We finish up the River sessions in our alternate look at Bruce Springsteen’s career with the almost-exploitative, not-quite-outtakes album “Where the Bands Are.”
Bob Cashill rummages through the DVD toybox and out pops “Toy Story 3,” the super-successful return of Buzz and Woody and the gang.
Robert Cass fills in for Jeff Giles this week and takes readers on a Box Office Flashback to October 29, 1996. (Rated R for vulgar language used in response to Robert’s numerous “Macarena” jokes.)
Get out the knives, axes and shish kebobs. Kelly Stitzel brings you a list of some of her favorite ’80s slasher films, just in time for Halloween.
Bob Cashill is back for another week of film reviews — and for this edition of No Concessions, he digs into The Hangover, Killshot, and the Youssou N’Dour documentary I Bring What I Love.
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.