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reviewed Malcolm McLaren. May 12, 2010
posted in Music Matters
Malcolm McLaren
The world lost a very unique individual on April 8, 2010.  Malcolm McLaren, the self promoting music manager/ performer/ designer lost his fight with cancer but has left a legacy in both fashion …
reviewed Artie Lange. January 08, 2010
Artie Lange
Artie Lang was released from the hospital after stabbing himself nine times.  The Howard Stern sidekick has been on a long slippery slope of self destructive behavior.  I used to like him when …
reviewed Scott Baio. January 08, 2010
Scott Baio
Scott Baio needs to get over himself.  What a d&*@# bag.  The guy acts like he can coast on his fame as Chachi and Charles in Charge.  I am glad I don't have to see him on his terrible …
reviewed Rainer Werner Fassbinder. December 25, 2009
Rainer Werner Fassbind
Rainer Werner Fassbinder was something else.  A filmmaker who made great art films.  His high productivity from the late sixties to the early eighties produced more than forty films and stage …
reviewed Ulli Lommel. December 18, 2009
Ulli Lommel
Ulli Lommel has had a long career in the cinema.  He started appearing in films during the early 60's.  He starred in Fassbinder's directorial feature film debut "Love is Colder than Death" …
reviewed Dario Argento. December 12, 2009
Dario Argento
Dario Argento is one of my favorite directors.  His films Bird With the Crystal Plummage, Deep Red, Suspiria, Tenebre and Inferno are some of the genre's best.  Some may criticize …
reviewed Paul Mooney. October 19, 2009
Paul Mooney
Paul Mooney has been in show business for over forty years.  He was worked with Richard Pryor and Redd Fox and has wrote a lot of their stand up material.  During his stint on "In Living …
reviewed Christopher Lee. May 25, 2009
Christopher Lee
Christopher Lee is one of my favorite actors and the best actor to ever play the role of the evil Count Dracula. Mr. Lee first wore the cape in the Hammer Films remake of Dracula a.ka. Horror of Dracula. …
reviewed Chang Cheh. May 04, 2009
Chang Cheh
Chang Cheh was a very versatile and prolific filmmaker who directed the majority of his films for The Shaw Brothers.  He directed every kind of action film imaginable from period pieces to modern …
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