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Jan 30, 2014

We know a thing or two about vampire movies. But if each of those other movies had a thing or two in common with Once Bitten, the 1985 Jim Carrey vehicle, we'd like them all more.

Carrey plays Mark, an 18-year-old virgin (isn't that funny?) who gets seduced by a vampire who needs virgin-blood the way Chris needs...

Jan 23, 2014

If there's one thing the world needs, it's more rich ladies to find themselves by experiencing the life of a poor person for a couple weeks. Fortunately, the world has Mindy Budgor who was willing to go camping in Kenya for a couple weeks thereby ending sexism and becoming a Warrior Princess.

In this fine memoir, Budgor...

Jan 16, 2014

It's a sad fact that racism exists. Happily, there's one man brave enough to stand up to it, and it's Kung fu green beret Billy Jack.

Tom Laughlin writes, directs, and stars as the Billy Jack of all trades, provided those trades involve kicking ass in the name of social justice. Billy is the protector of a charter...

Jan 9, 2014

It's the movie that changed action films forever. Die Hard defined the hot-mess action hero and showed everybody the dangers of unfinished office buildings. And this was the first time Alex saw it.

Die Hard is the not-really-guilty pleasure of first-time guest Luke Burbank (Too Beautiful To Live, Live Wire! Radio,...

Jan 3, 2014

Have you got problems at your restaurant? Well Gordon Ramsay is here to help. Well, he's here to yell at you and give you stuff, if that helps, great.

That's right, it's the American version of Kitchen Nightmares. Much like its British predecessor, the U.S. version features Ramsay going around to restaurants that are in...