Moon Over Parador (1988)
Directed by Paul Mazursky
I was very recently pleased to find that one of my favorite films of all time was on youtube.
MOON OVER PARADOR was released on September 8, 1988 and stars Richard Dreyfus (JAWS, Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Sonia
NEWS!!! Cinco de Mayo (5/5/19)
@ A Novel Idea bookstore (Philly).
1726 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148
"I will be back in Philadelphia, PA hosting a Delirium Tremens reading in support of the NEW Hainesville album "Natural City" dropping this year. That's right I will be reading
It's been a very long time since I've graced the pages of New Retro Wave but, I'm back. I've been in the thick war-torn trenches of completing a new album and working a fifty hour work week in the food industry; it's been hell since
When I started watching Dragon ball Super, it was in the later episodes during the tournament with Jiren. I was taken back and re-engaged in the franchise. So it was a no brainer that I was hyped to see not only a new feature film
1.) Cobra Kai
The absolute best thing to come out of our memories and grace us with it's existence in 2018 is the unexpected television sequel to THE KARATE KID. Cobra Kai is the story of former High school bully Johnny as he hits rock bottom;
The Hollywood biographic film about the the legendary lead singer of the band of the 80's, QUEEN.
The film is a very well executed and emotionally driven movie powered by some of the music from QUEEN's catalogue. A lot of pseudo critics on other industry
PART 1 -
It was the middle of the night.
Chauncey had just stumbled his way out of the VIP lounge and down the alley connecting Spruce to Locust as he was casually strolling to his own beat. His arms moving in rhythm and his stride wide.
The question is "WILL IT BE GOOD"?
Brandon Easton who recently worked on Transformers: Rescue Bots and the 2011 THUNDERCATS reboot has recently come out from behind the curtain and reassured all interested in an American series featuring the iconic anime hero.
Now i've never seen nor
Greg Nicotero is bringing back one of our favorite Horror anthologies to the small screen. Creepshow the collaboration originally spawned by George Romero and Stephen King the gave us the chills at the cinemas was a clear precursor to the idea of the Horror Anthology
tHE year was 1995 and only the kid with the full-time employed parent with a head for managing money had a home PC. Do you recall the annoyance of waiting for that alien orgasm noise from your speakers as you logged onto the internet and
Officer Mahoney was on twitter the other week and tweeted "The next Police Academy is coming, no details yet, but it is in a gift bag being readied". You all can go and backtrack Steve Guttenberg's twitter feed to see it.
If it's true then he'll
The full details aren't known yet but, it looks like John Carpenter isn't going away anytime soon.
I read a rumor or a tease from another site that John Carpenter might be turning his cult-classic , box office bomb PRINCE OF DARKNESS (1987) into a series