So there I was, waiting in a Starbucks for Alan Hunter. And ladies, he’s still a cutie pie. But moreover, he’s smart. And engaging. And means well. “VJ: The Unplugged Adventures of MTV’s First Wave” isn’t so much salacious gossip as it is a piece of the puzzle that was the 80s—once a decade that was mocked for its superfluous nature and now coming into its nostalgic own.
“I wanted it to be a time capsule,” says Hunter. “We started getting getting inquiries about movies of the week, and with the … you can read the entire review here.
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