In the news today: Electric Six, Romy, A Giant Dog, Hip Hop 50 Year Anniversary, Run-DMC, Snoop Dogg, Fugees, Juneteenth, Best Board Games, Tina Turner, Trugoy the Dove, Shannen Doherty, Bad Omens, Kindness and Care, Jen Lush, Halsey, Lilith, Drew Barrymore, Brendan Small, Ratboys, Slipknot’s Clown
Love, Hawaiian Style – Drew Barrymore is a bit more than absent-minded in Adam Sandler’s new nice-guy vehicle. Our man in the South Pacific, Steve Stav, explains why 50 First Dates is a perfect Valentine’s Day movie.
Former cab dispatcher Danny Devito tries his hand at Hitchcock with Duplex. In his blood-spattered review, Steve Stav discovers that dark comedy and little old ladies go hand-in-hand.
Steve Stav goes girl-crazy in his review of a movie that’s sure to turn up the temperature on summer. Farrah who?
Combining sci-fi, horror, and dark comedy, Donnie Darko is a twisted look into the vail of supernatural melodrama, with a demonic bunny predicting the end of the world on Halloween, and the only one who can see him is a boy already on the verge of madness. Kiran Aditham checks out the DVD.
Despite the media blitz for Tom Green’s new movie, Freddy Got Fingered, one thing hasn’t been clear – what’s it about? John P. Wasser spills the beans, and lets you know if the gross-out flick is worth seeing.
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This week, cuddly curmudgeon Christopher Long finds himself feeling even older as he hobbles through a Florida flea market in pursuit of vinyl copies of the four infamous KISS solo albums — just in time to commemorate the set’s milestone 45th anniversary.