November may not be the best time to hit the beach, but it’s a perfect time to hit the old leather couch for a beach movie. Come with us as we join Frankie and Annette for a totally swinging’ Beach Party! In Seen It, we discuss street kids, dance contests and a terrifying documentary. […]
Come with us to the fantastical land of swords and dragons as we do battle with Dragonheart. In Seen It we pull some DVDs out of our mail crate and discuss movies about flaming streets, daily remnants and a zombie named Fido.
“Thrill me”, you say? Don’t mind if we do. Thrills, scares, and yes even creeps, abound in the 1980s cult classic Night of the Creeps. In Seen It, we discuss creepy gates, creepy clowns and the creepy dawn of the creepy dead.
How about a scary story to prepare you for Halloween? How about 3? Huddle up with us on the old leather couch for the thrills and chills of Tales From The Dark Side. In Seen It, we talk horror: haunted houses, cat people and two guys named Tucker and Dale.
It’s time for us to go deep undercover in the Boston mob with The Friends of Eddie Coyle. Street life was never this gritty. Peter Boyle’s head was never this HUGE. In Seen It, we discuss the bibliography and filmography of Stephen King in Seen It, Read it.
Take a trip down to steamy New Orleans with us as we enjoy the lurid bit of southern gothic known as Suddenly Last Summer. Mind the turtles. In Seen It, we tackle the 80s Cable Round-up: weapons that are lethal, leagues that are major and freeways of the honky tonk variety.
Tired of being bombarded by ads. Well then it’s time for you to come on over to the old leather couch and be bombarded by How To Get Ahead in Advertising instead (we also review Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood). In Seen It, we laugh about rich asians, spotless minds and a special lady named […]
All hands on deck, swabbies! We’ve trimmed the sails of the old leather couch and plotted a course straight to Treasure Island! In Seen It, we dive into our personal trove of DVDs, discussing troubled playwrights, desperate salesmen and a family called Tenenbaum.