“The Online Movie Show,” the weekly podcast hosted by Cinema Crazed’s Phil Hall, has wrapped its fifth season and will be on hiatus until September.
If you missed any of the previous episodes of the podcast, the complete playlist can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/onlinemovieshow/sets/onlinemovieshow
Is anyone paying attention to the film critics anymore? And have the film critics done more harm than good? On this episode, actor-comic-writer Kevin Dolan returns for a provocative consideration of whether film critics are still relevant.
The episode can be heard here.
In episode four of “Geek Mutiny,” Felix and Brian discuss Ecto Cooler, Crystal Clear Pepsi, Foods we want back, The Best and Worst Video Game movies, Texas Chainsaw 3D, Bryan Singer’s X-Men movies, and their own history with the X-Men! Brian also displays an affection for a particular duck named Howard.
Tune in to listen and share your own thoughts in the comments!
This is a very memorable commercial that played before features on many VHS tapes in the early nineties. Did “Pizza Hut” ever really have raucous children’s parties like this? I wouldn’t know, I’ve never really seen an actual “Pizza Hut” before. But, like the city of Atlantis, I’ve heard it exists. Somewhere. Who uses Silverware while eating pizza?
Personally I could care less who thinks when the decade ended or began. Many people are saying that the decade actually began in 2001 and ended in 2010, others are saying it began in 2000 and ended in 2009, while many are oddly insisting the decade began in 2000 and ended in 2011. I could care less who thinks what anymore. Since we basically missed the boat on posting our thoughts on our favorite movies of the decade back in December of 2009, we’ve decided to finally catch up and post our top films of the decade starting from 2000 and ending on 2009. That’s that. We’ve spent the last three months trying to figure out how to best voice our thoughts on our best films of the first decade of the millennium, and we figured we may as well just post our list embedded in one big article.
I’ll just be honest here once and for all, I had nothing growing up. In spite of my parents best efforts to give us everything they could, my brother, sister and I didn’t have much in the way of games or toys, or even luxuries such as the newest sneakers on the block that everyone wanted to own. We didn’t even get a computer until the late nineties, but what we lacked in material possessions we were more than wealthy with parents who would do just about anything to help the summer pass by with as many experiences as possible. Water parks, the zoo, carnivals, block parties, if it was in their power to give it to us, we were more than appreciative to accept it.