The Best of Whose Line Is It Anyway?

June 8, 2009 // 0 Comments

The American incarnation of Britain's "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" proved to be a great success for eight seasons from 1998 to 2006. The show, which features four comics participating in games that call for improvisational comedy, offered [...]

Kiss: Resurrection

May 6, 2009 // 0 Comments

Stirring the rock world into a frenzy with their decision to put the make-up back on and reverting back to their original line-up, in 1996 Kiss announced that the band would go back on the road and present their infamous original stage show to the world [...]


May 4, 2009 // 0 Comments

Almost every human being living in modern society has felt the need to tread cautiously at one point or another in fear of the quite-possible reality they're being watched. Rod Serling and George Orwell were masters of manipulation in their times [...]

Mythbusters Collection 4

April 20, 2009 // 0 Comments

You just gotta love them! Mythbusters is without a doubt one of the coolest show on the Discovery Channel. Filled with quirky humor these guys take common myths and urban legends and put them to the test. OFten it is actually even more than that. Instead [...]

Iggy Pop: Lust For Life

March 19, 2009 // 0 Comments

It's taken a punk and metal revival to uncork the once-elusive truth that the Ramones (whom this writer adores with his very heart) and the Sex Pistols were not the inventors of punk rock, but rather the MC5 and of course, Iggy and The Stooges. [...]

Watchmen: The Complete Motion Comic

March 4, 2009 // 0 Comments

I read Dave Gibbons' graphic novel "Watchmen" many years ago, but unlike most of my friends, it didn't really do all that much for me. I found the story dragging, tedious and quite simply boring without any real suspense or [...]

Hunting Hitler

February 27, 2009 // 0 Comments

With the box office success of "Valkyrie" cam a renewed interest in the schemes that came to light over the years, dealing with numerous assassination attempts on Adolf Hitler. Recently I caught a very intriguing documentary on the subject on [...]

The Films of Michael Powell

February 9, 2009 // 0 Comments

Michael Powell is a filmmaker who, by all rights, should be as much of an established figure in the minds of cinema buffs as other famous English directors like Alfred Hitchcock, David Lean, and Carol Reed. And yet, for years Powell's film work [...]

His Name Was Jason

February 2, 2009 // 0 Comments

If you grew up in the eighties more likely than not you were affected by the haunting whispers of ki ki ki…ma ma ma… Parents cringed and groaned, prom queens shrieked and clung to biceps, while Teenage America sat in theaters transfixed on [...]

American Teen

December 29, 2008 // 0 Comments

You knew Generation Tech had to have its very own "Breakfast Club, " particularly if you've seen the original movie poster of this movie which mimics the impressionable marquee shot for John Waters' eighties teen angst classic. After [...]
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