Duke presents us with his very first film review, the film he has chosen for this momentous occasion is 1983’s “Brainstorm”.
Mr. Duke Has Started To Watch The Series Game Of Thrones….Not That You Care….
When Doves Cry
Let’s Go Crazy
Banshee The Albino Vs. Hood Joseph Gatt & Antony Starr • This was the scene that sold me forever to Banshee
Live Forever : The Rise And Fall Of BritPop | The Documentary…
The Matthew Rauch interview by Dan Buffa.
The Banshee star opens up about life in New York, being a stage actor, how much he loves the show and it’s fans and how he can’t wait to beat the shit out of Hood.
An excellent documentary on Stanley Kubrick’s adaption of the Stephen King Novel, The Shining, Staircases To Nowhere: Making Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining
This is the film…This Is “Joker Rising”
Breaking my own rules, I’m bashing The Amazing Spider-Man 2 based on the trailer alone. Why?
A: What we had was wonderful
B: This reboot after less than 10 years is foolish and transparent
C: Because the trailer here is cringeworthy
Assorted clips and hilarious footage from Rob Reiner’s debut film, the 1982 cult classic
This Is Spinal Tap
Smell The Glove
“It’s sounding great, But Fellas, I Could Have Used A Little More Cowbell…”
Harold Ramis man…
You can’t dream up a career with that many milestones.
He gave a lot of laughter to the world, which in my book, is priceless.
Again, sending love out to his family and loved ones…Harold Ramis was one of Hollywood’s greatest figures.
House Of Cards
A diverse cast, Immoral main characters, Strong female roles, never spoon-feeding the complex story to the audience. Bravo.
That’s what watching this film was doing to me…it was a beautiful love letter to Joy Division, and when the film ended…I went on a Joy Division frenzy for a few months.
Some movies have those magic scenes that give you chills. That speak to your soul. To your heart.
The scene below…pure magic I wanted to share with you.
Eddie Vedder & Pearl Jam discuss Eddie’s penchant for scaling the rafters of the stage during their early, electric live performances…and how they all feared he would die:
“Everytime.” – Stone Gossard
I Have Amassed 64+ Television Show Openings….I Had To Stop Myself, Because I Could Have Gone Fucking Mental Collecting These….I Mean More Than I Am Already. Anyway, This Is One Of My Favorite Posts. Drenched With High-Octane Visual Storytelling Gasoline People.
64 TV Show Opening Title Sequences & Why Voices Film & TV Exists
Drink It Up.
A celebration of the gasoline drenched HBO sleeper giant
by Dan Buffa
The film musical starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John was a blockbuster in the theaters in 1978, and is now iconic 40 years later.
A feat very few films can claim.
Dylan farrow responds to Woody Allen’s defense that her accusations are not true:
“Woody Allen has an arsenal of lawyers and publicists but the one thing he does not have on his side is the truth. I hope this is the end of his vicious attacks and of the media campaign by his lawyers and publicists, as he’s promised.
I won’t let the truth be buried and I won’t be silenced.”
the powerhouse, comic genius, and some of his greatest material.
With the late great Charlie Murphy
Phillip Seymour Hoffman
This is a massive and tragic loss.
Christian Bale Hands Down A Beatdown Of Words To A DP Who Walks Into His Eye-Line During The Shooting Of “Terminator: Salvation”.
“MCG…You Got Something To Say To This Prick?!?!”
Feeling the need to get a show to catch up on and enjoy? I have one for you. Sons of Anarchy isn’t just a show about a group of criminals on bikes who hold the reins of a town called Charming in California. It’s much more than that and creator/writer/cast member Kurt Sutter sprinkles in Shakespearean themes and blunt violence to remind viewers what they are watching is fresh, original and genuinely demented. Think of “Sopranos on Motorcycles wrapped inside a Greek Tragedy” and you have this FX network pulpy drama. It is one of FX’s best and most popular shows because […]
Spike Lee & Cast of his groundbreaking 1989 film “Do The Right Thing” share a stage at the Cannes Film Festival in 1989 immediately following the films premiere there. Spike Takes No Prisoners.