Tag: World War II

Current Events, Dw. Dunphy On...

Dw. Dunphy On… The Millennial Problem

We ought to be encouraging them, not denigrating their resolve to not be another demographic populated by suckers....

The Andrews Sisters

Before We Was Fab, Music

Before We Was Fab: The Andrews Sisters, “Hold Tight, Hold Tight (Want Some Sea Food, Mama)”

This week we explore one of the great, early sides from the legendary vocal group the Andrews Sisters, "Hold Tight, Hold Tight (Want Some...

Current Events

Through The Course Of Never Forgetting

None will ever forget. Some enjoy the anger more than others....


Digging for Gold, Music

Digging for Gold: The Time-Life “AM Gold” Series, Part 2

The second installment of Digging for Gold explores more of 1962's hippest tunes. And Gene Pitney....


Dw. Dunphy On..., Television

Dw. Dunphy On… The Gleek Translation

There's an awful lot that Popdose's Dw. Dunphy doesn't get. Here's something else....


Theatre, Theatre Is Easy

Theatre Is Easy: “Black Angels Over Tuskegee”

BOTTOM LINE: An important story told by a group of talented actors; the good outweighs the bad in this under-explored production. I am a...


Books, Current Events, Political Culture

Political Culture: Maybe Ayn Rand Needed a Little Christmas

I have to admit, I’m a bit conflicted this holiday season. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been going through the motions — spending...


Blu-ray Reviews, Film, Film Reviews

Film Review: “Inglourious Basterds” (updated for Blu-ray)

Quentin Tarantino's latest arrives in theaters today, and Lance Berry has been dying to tell you all about it....


DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: Charmed Lives–Leigh, Olivier, and “That Hamilton Woman”

In the HBO/BBC co-production Into the Storm, a visibly moved Winston Churchill (played, in an Emmy-winning performance, by Brendan Gleeson)...


Film, The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Lay Down Your Arms

“Filler” is a term often used by music fans to describe songs that sound like they were quickly put together to take up space...


Film, Film Reviews, No Concessions

No Concessions: Summer Hits and Misses

Summer's over, and it's got Bob Cashill in a reflective mood as he looks back on what worked -- and what didn't -- at the cinema this...


DVD Reviews

DVD Review: “Miracle at St. Anna”

Miracle at St. Anna opens with a crime:  A black postal worker pulls out a German Lugar pistol and kills an Italian man waiting in...