Author Christine Sneed talks about a few of her favorite movies.
Kate returns home from her ride in the Metroparks. Her parents are leaving town and her little brother is sleeping over her friends house, which makes for the perfect romantic interlude with Brian.
This week marks the release of The Family, another example of Hollywood’s favorite clichÁ© situation: stereotypical Italian-American crime family goes into Witness Protection and they chafe at it. (In reality,…
It can take a lot to kill a successful acting or music career. Just ask these five people.
I’m too old for this shit: The LETHAL WEAPON films on Blu-ray
This week — a week late, to be perfectly honest — we revisit the dog days of summer ’98!
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark doesn’t officially open until March 15, but it’s already been slammed with some of the worst reviews in Broadway history. Luckily, Robert Cass is here to provide director Julie Taymor and her collaborators with a list of suggestions for a creative overhaul.
The Popdose Staff reminisces about 15 of its favorite sketches from the past 35 years of Saturday Night Live.
Scott Malchus opens the basement door to his new series and discusses the 1988 noir thriller, “Tequila Sunrise.”
The Popdose staff gathers to pay tribute to one of Hollywood’s most prolific — and highly respected — character actors.
The Popdose Podcast returns with yet another show devoid of a theme, but with an added bonus – alcohol!
Yesterday morning I decided to take a leisurely bike ride along Whiskey River, the main waterway that runs through Bootleg City. (Technically, the river is one-tenth moonshine due to a…
Mel Gibson has always had a fetish for cinematic struggle — from his acting career, dotted with heartbroken and often bloodied law enforcement officers, to his directorial efforts, notably fixated…
It’s that time of year again — and this April 1, Pete Chianca looks back at some of the finest fools in film.