SPOILER ALERT: There are lots of spoilers below. 11. Series 2, Episode 2 (2012) – "The Hounds of Baskerville" This episode just felt off right from the beginning. A manic Sherlock gets the episode off to a shaky start, then the story played out in an uneven way which eventually led to a mystery […]
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This originally aired in 2006 and I hadn't seen it in a long time. But after watching "Thor" again I decided to revisit it. This is the uncut version. OH MY! She's the best. Here's a link to the censored version on the NBC site.
April 5, 2016 By
When watching season 5 through again I was surprised to see just how strong it was. The first 4 scenes in the top 10 list below are amongst the best of the whole series, and are unforgettable for reasons different from the usual (a surprise death). Overall, as we head into season 6 the show has […]
February 14, 2016 By
A line from the great Tyler Durden. And here's a preview of the movie just in case you were missing it.
February 12, 2016 By
David Bowie and Mick Jagger in "Dancing in the Streets" I came across a couple of 1980's music videos on YouTube and realized there's a gold mine out there of stuff that is great to see again. And much of it is a ton of fun! So… I've started collecting them and will do a few […]
November 25, 2015 By
Mt. Vesuvius erupting in "Pompeii" 2015 was a good year for disaster movies and after seeing a bunch of "Best Disaster" movie lists I decided to create my own. Shortly after starting the list I realized I needed to make some rules to clarify which movies qualified as disaster movies and come up with a grading system to sort […]
August 22, 2015 By
I first learned of N.W.A. when they showed up on "MTV Raps" one afternoon. They hit the scene like a gut punch. They held nothing back and created the original "Gangster Rap" controversy that went right up to the White House. The movie they just put out "Straight Outta Compton" is a pasteurized look at their […]
June 8, 2015 By
The book was great and the trailer for the movie is looking pretty good.
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Julian Palmer does a great job of breaking down all the details that make the beach scene in "Jaws" so suspenseful. Palmer shows us how Speilberg was inspired by some of Hitchcock's work in "Vertigo" and "Rear Window". The Discarded Image: Episode 01 – Jaws (Spielberg, 1975) from 1848 Media on Vimeo.