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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.