Here comes Hanukkah: 6 Movies to Kick off ‘Eight Crazy Nights’
Henry Kissinger: West Wing Playboy, or Overworked Diplomat?
Henry Kissinger, who died on Nov. 29 at the age of 100, made a name for himself as a diplomat and politician who served as the US Secretary of State and was the national security advisor under Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
Millennial Movie Review: ‘The Big Lebowski’
35 years later does “The Dude” really still abide in this cult classic?
Monday Millennial Movie Review: ‘Terms of Endearment’
‘Terms of Endearment’ turns 40 — how does it hold up for a first-time viewing?
Did Chandler on ‘Friends’ Really Hate Thanksgiving?
Matthew Perry’s beloved goofball ‘Friends’ character Chandler was not a fan of this gluttonous holiday.
Dolly Parton Shares Her Life Story With Clothing in New Book
One of the most widely acclaimed and recognized country performers of all time, Dolly Parton might be just as well known for her fashion choices as her voice, and her new book is a treat for both music fans and fashionistas.
Monday Millennial Movie Review: The Princess Bride
As you wish!
Double Double Toil & Trouble: Some of Hollywood’s Best Witches
With Halloween coming up shortly, we’ve got witches on the brain, so here’s just a short list of the best onscreen witches.
Celebrate Halloween With Weekend Marathon of Beetlejuice!
‘The Smurfs’ Turn 65 & We Look At Their Lasting Impact on Pop Culture
The little blue woodland creatures have been around since 1958!
The Many Wives of Film Star Mickey Rooney
The ‘Girl Crazy’ actor had 8 wives total, some with controversy and one recently died.
Spike & Drusilla Return in New Audible Buffyverse Series ‘Slayers’
Audible is bringing back some of the most beloved characters from the show for a new story told entirely in audio form.
Roundup of Scorsese’s Best Films in Honor of New Movie’s Weekend Release
The new Martin Scorsese film ‘Killers of the Flower Moon,’ starring Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio, is out this week.
Millennial Movie Review: Watching the Cult Classic ‘Gremlins’ For The First Time
Campy horror flick about tiny gremlins leaves many questions. Plus will there be a sequel?
From Ursula to Maleficent: Which Witch Is the Best Disney Witch?
Celebrate spooky season and 100 years of Disney with these Disney witches!
Tim Matheson Talks ‘West Wing,’ ‘Animal House’ & More!
Tim Matheson talks about his most memorable roles on ‘West Wing’ and in ‘Animal House.’
Bond Girl Kristina Wayborn Talks Roger Moore (& More!) on ‘Octopussy’ 40th Anniversary
We caught up with the Swedish actress at the Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention.
Reunited Hal Linden & Max Gail Talk ‘Barney Miller’ at Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Con
The TV buds talk about the beloved 1970s comedy ‘Barney Miller’.
Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention 2023 Off To Great Start!
Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention has something for every fan!
‘Jaws’ Actress Susan Backlinie on the Film’s Iconic Opening Scene
The former stuntwoman and actress talks the opening scene of ‘Jaws.’
‘Back to the U.S.S.R’ Quiz! How Well Do You Know These Fictional Communists?
References to secret agents, spies and all-around Russian bad guys have peppered American films and shows for decades. How well do you know your fictional commies?
How Well Do You Know ‘The Price Is Right?’
How long did Bob Barker host? Test your knowledge!
Bernie Marsden, Original Guitarist of Rock Band Whitesnake, Dies at 72
The “Here I Go Again” co-writer passed away on Thursday, Aug. 24.
Go Back to School With Adam Sandler & New Animated Film ‘Leo’ Plus His Classic Hits!
In addition to the forthcoming film ‘You Are So Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah,’ a family affair that costars his daughters and his wife, Sandler is also the cowriter of the new animated musical comedy, ‘Leo,’ which comes out November 21.
New Book Tells The Inside Story of ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’
Jack Skellington and ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ celebrates 30 years.
Talking Reboots & Robots With ‘90210’s’ Brian Austin Green
Catching up with ‘90210’ star Brian Austin Green about his new reality show, the scare of AI and much more!
Remembering the Beautiful Hollywood Screen Icon, Natalie Wood
The actress would be 85 today (July 20) if not for her untimely death.
The Greatest Westerns Composer You May Have Never Heard Of: Ennio Morricone
Italian composer and Grammy Hall of Famer Ennio Morricone died three years ago today, on July 6, 2020.
Hollywood Scandals That Would Not Be Scandals Today
Standards have changed for what makes for shocking news. Here are some odd Hollywood scandals from the 20th century!
‘Big Fish’ Prop House Burns Down After Lightning Strike
Tim Burton created an entire town to film the hit 2003 film ‘Big Fish,’ and over the weekend a prop house burned down.