The 2020 Golden Globes
Come And Knock: The Other Ray Charles
The REAL Batman Superman Movie
'The Batman Superman Movie: World's Finest' got it right way back in 1997.
The animated feature was a spin-off of the widly popular Bruce Timm/Paul Dini versions of Batman and Superman series. 20+ years later, Tim Daly and Kevin Conroy are still considered the definitive voices of Superman and Batman... and we have to mention Mark Hamill as The Joker as his geek cred surpasses both of them.
The movie juggles multiple heroes and villains while still pushing pushing the story along. You actually care about the characters and believe that there is some logic what motivates them.
So if you're feeling bummed after watching the recent Batman v Superman movie, then sit back and full screen this far superior version of the World's Finest.
Saylor'd and Batiste'd
Pretty cool to see a Retweet and Like from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert band members Joe Saylor and Jon Batiste.
I was talking to a friend about a scene from an old TV movie that completely traumatized me when I was little... Gargoyles (1972) and if I remember right, it came on the CBS Late Movie.
Dance... The Final Frontier
Funny, I don’t remember this episode....
I Know Bill Brasky!!
Back when SNL was still pretty good, one of the stand out bits was one about Bill Brasky. It put a group of salesmen at a cheap bar (presumably during an out of town convention) and they’re dressed badly, loud, drunk, and stretching their stories as they go along.
Ode to Night Flight
Growing up I was always looking for any kind of new music, video, or movie and one particular late show always delivered. Night Flight was (as Wikipedia puts it..)
...a variety show on the USA Network from 1981-1988 and ran for four hours on Friday and Saturday evenings. An eclectic mix of short films, cartoons, B movies, stand up comedy, documentaries, music videos and more.
Oh yes you would...
Kudos to the marketing company that tried to make insurance cool and sexy.