Trash for the Masses #2: The Christmas Shoes (2002)

“The Christmas Shoes” was voted worst Christmas song of all time by Jezebel.com, so of course Hallmark made a film out of it! Starring Rob Lowe and Kimberly Williams, it’ll tug at your heart strings, or at least trigger your gag reflex.

A Deep Dive into Fritz Lang’s M (1931)

In the first of a series in which we discuss good movies, we take an in-depth analysis of director Fritz Lang’s 1931 film M. A masterpiece of German Expressionist cinema that still holds up today from the directory and writer (Thea von Harbou) that brought you Metropolis. SPOILER WARNING!!!! We go into the story andContinue reading “A Deep Dive into Fritz Lang’s M (1931)”

First reaction movie riff of The Manster!

Join as we watch and react to The Manster for the first time! This was recorded prior to our discussion what was featured in last week’s Trash for the Masses episode. Simply start this recording when you press play on the film! Hopefully it syncs up properly! 😀 Watch for on Amazon Prime (colorized): https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B096FLCNG1/ref=atv_dl_rdr?autoplay=1Continue reading “First reaction movie riff of The Manster!”

Let’s Try this Again, Shall We?

Hello all! Looks like I am jumping in headfirst again into the world of blogging. Granted everything has moved more towards YouTube, Vine, Twitter and the various social media outlets that are out there these days. I however, have decided to start over at a slower pace and hopefully build myself up into this giantContinue reading “Let’s Try this Again, Shall We?”

Evolution of the Comic Book in Other Media

So we have Drama, Comedy, Action, Sci-Fi, Horror, Musical, Family (or kids and family), Animation (Hollywood), Anime (Japanese) or at least that’s how media stores would have us categorize movies. However, there are other classifications that cross these categories: Epic, Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Mythology and so on. Then there are the cases that blur theContinue reading “Evolution of the Comic Book in Other Media”