Clueless Cast to Reunite in the Windy City on March 23 with Panel and Meet & Greets
Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) is bringing together stars from the 1995 blockbuster Clueless for a reunion panel on Saturday, March 23rd, at 12:15pm on the C2E2 Main Stage at McCormick Place. ReedPOP, the world’s leading producer of pop culture events, today announced the addition of Paul Rudd and Breckin Meyer to the Clueless reunion panel, which also features Alicia Silverstone and Donald Faison.
Continue reading Latest News: PAUL RUDD AND BRECKIN MEYER TO JOIN ALICIA SILVERSTONE AND DONALD FAISON FOR CLUELESS REUNION PANEL AT C2E2 IN CHICAGO
Dave’s Not Here Man…
What happens when a simple night at the morgue meets demonic possession? Continue reading A Film In Review: The Possession Of Hannah Grace
Sometimes Two Hands Are Better Than One
The mind is a tool for reliability. Continue reading A Blast From The Past: The Simplicity of Amby and Dexter
Gonna See The River Man…
With the amount of folk and acoustic based artists that came out of the 1970’s (Jim Croce, Jon Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, James Taylor, etc…), it’s mind boggling that there’s a prolific artist that seems to go undiscovered by the main stream. Continue reading The Blue Enchantment of Nick Drake
Parisian History Also Lies Below
The Paris Catacombs are famous for being long, labyrinthine, and scattered with bones. Between basic history and films like As Above So Below, there has been a lot of media coverage on these magical and somewhat mythical tunnels. What lies beyond the bones though? Continue reading The Paris Catacombs: A Different Look
It’s Good, But Not Great…
I’ve been a fan of Halloween for many years and like other fans was excited for the new and final installment in the franchise. With all of the different “explanations” and “endings” that plague the movies as well, I was really rooting for the final fight between Laurie Strode and the mythical Michael Myers. However, sadly, 2018’s Halloween missed the mark. SPOILERS AHEAD!! You have been warned. Continue reading Halloween 2018…I’m Not Mad, Just Disappointed
It’s All Fun And Games Until Someone Breaks A Hip
Being a murdering psychopath was much easier back in the day. In fact, both Laurie Strode and Michael Myers seem to have aged a bit since their last encounter and it’s much easier to wield a knife or load a gun when you’re not relying on a walker. Continue reading Michael Myers Looks A Bit Old In “Halloween 60”
Everyone Should Have Fun This Halloween!!
Halloween should be filled with as many haunts and terrors as possible. Of course adults have all the coverage when it comes to movies like Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Halloween, Evil Dead, etc. However, children seem to be lacking a bit in that department. Most of the haunted houses have turned into fun houses and kids don’t really know anything about the darkness that looms over everyone and everything. So, here are my top 5 picks for movies that both young and old can enjoy. Continue reading Happy Halloween: 5 Horror Movies The Whole Family Can Enjoy
What Dreams (Or Nightmares) May Come?
From the creation of the Clown Prince of Crime to now, the world has seen many iterations of the most iconic villian in all medias of entertainment. So, at this point, after so many actors (with few greats) does Phoenix have to offer? Continue reading Took Me By Surprise: What Will Joaquin Pheonix Bring To The Joker?
Sometimes A Fantasy Is All You Need…
A quick look into any Billy Joel interview or masterclass will give you an in depth look at his musical upbringing and classical background. So, it really was only a matter of time before he would take a dive from the rock world into the universe of great composers such as Chopin, Beethoven, and Rachmaninoff. Continue reading A Look Back At Billy Joel’s 2001 Album “Fantasies And Delusions”