Category: Entertainment

5 Songs To Get You Into The Halloween Spirit

Halloween is just around the corner, and I couldn’t be more excited.  Even though mother nature has been providing us with somewhat warmer weather then normal, the holiday is less than three weeks away. Not only does Christmas possess great music, but so does Halloween.. and below are a few of my favorite songs that... Read more »

Gilmore Girls has a drop date on Netflix, making it a reality for everyone :)

‘Gilmore Girls: A year in the life’ is officially dropping on Netflix on November 25th 2016 and I’m excited that it’s so close to being a reality.  It also answers an internal question of how I’ll spend the day since that day would have been my mother’s birthday had she not passed away earlier this... Read more »

10 Songs to get you in the mood for Gay Pride!

10 Songs to get you in the mood for Gay Pride!
As everyone knows, June is Pride month.. and even though the month has been marked by tragic events, we must not let it dictate the pride one feels for thyself, as well as pride you feel for your fellow human beings. One of my favorite things to do is dance, and with it being Pride... Read more »
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The loss of Prince, a true innovator and trail blazer

In the 1980s, there were three major singers that helped shape the musical landscape during that decade.  Not only did they help define the musical DNA of that decade, but their contributions are still felt in this day and age.   Those three singers, that I like to think of as the Triad of 80s music,... Read more »

Ke$ha lawsuit decision, based on business or an undercurrent of victim shaming?

In case anyone’s been living under a rock, pop singer Kesha has been embroiled in a lawsuit to try to end a six album contract with Sony Music based on allegations of sexual abuse by label producer Dr. Luke toward the singer that’s been going on for several years, claims the singer.  It’s a battle... Read more »

Labyrinth, a cult classic and a wonderful introduction to David Bowie

With the news of David Bowie’s death, it made me think about the very first time I was exposed to his greatness.  It was the now cult-classic ‘Labyrinth’ starring both Bowie and a then unknown Jennifer Connelly.  It’s hard to put into the words the impression this movie left on me as a child except... Read more »
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Caitlyn Jenner isn't the most fascinating person, but who really is nowadays.

Last night, Barbara Walters  released her list of top 10 people she finds fascinating, and the biggest ‘surprise’ was that Caitlyn Jenner was the person she found most fascinating.  It’s a surprise because some people assumed, including me, that she would have put Donald Trump in that spot, but at the same time, Caitlyn Jenner... Read more »

Night of the Living Dead, sociological time capsule of the late 1960s

  Night of the Living Dead is a small movie that caused a giant stir within the horror movie community and helped shape the currently popular zombie genre.  On the surface, it looks to be just a simple zombie movie filled with gore, but if you dig deeper, it actually is a symbolic sociological study... Read more »

The Goonies is still awesome, just like it was back in 1985

It’s hard to believe that ‘The Goonies’ was released thirty years ago.  In fact, I remember watching this at the theater when I was little.  To a five/six year old, this movie had everything a child could want including a treasure hunt, pirates, escaped convicts, great music, and lots of adventures involving a close knit... Read more »
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Nightmare on Elm Street 2, a horror movie about repression and how it manifests

Friday is here again, which means time for another flashback trip to the 80s.. one of my favorite decades.  Today I decided to write about a movie that came out about 30 years ago entitled ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 2’.  Often derided as the evil step-child of the film franchise, I have to say... Read more »