IAB takes a look at beyond the shelf and lists some of the best reasons to still own physical media.
The first part of this bucket of chopped up bait fish is here. Alcohol has given me a few nights when my memory was about as clear as a politician’s during a debate. That damned, delicious Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey can make you forget what planet you are on.... Read more
Steven Spielberg’s Jaws is my favorite movie. I have easily seen it five hundred times, maybe more if you add in the countless late night drunk viewings. It even helped me get laid a few times. As my friend, a reckless Lothario , once told me “Chicks dig... Read more
This episode of the Imaginarium is dedicated to my cat Odetta, who passed from this world on March 2nd. You’re greatly missed. Please note: Due to some editing errors that would have been too time-consuming to correct, not to mention beyond my ability, there are several instances throughout... Read more
In the first “Spinning Headlines” of the new year: “Deadwood” resurrects, “GoT” gets an opening date, “The Conjuring 2” gets a trailer, Bruce gets in a museum, Del Toro goes on a “Fantastic Voyage”, “Doctor Strange” reveals some artwork, Tarantino thinks about the future, “Tales from the Crypt” will have no Crypt-keeper and more.
Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece, Alien What’s it about? Space truck drivers have relayed to a remote mining colony and are returning to earth; large bladders on the underside of the Nostromo are pregnant with ore like a cow’s utters. The conglomerated, highly diversified (bio-weapons too), corporation that funded their trip employs a vaguely agricultural symbol for... Read more
This time on the “Glorious Year 1990” – IAB re-watches “Arachnophobia”, and finds more in it than he even realized before.