Sunday Cinema – “Teeth”

Dawn is a unique young lady still learning about her body. When she is subjected to some male violence, she finds out that she has something that other women don’t and uses it to lash out…

Certainly an oddball horror film as the plot and “strange” addition to Dawn’s bodily make up makes any male cringe.

Someone from another country posted this English-speaking film but subtitled it in another language.

And the Creep Rolls On…

And the Creep Rolls On…

The #MeToo movement hits Disney cartoons…

45,000 barrels of bourbon go up in flames, hipsters around the country weep into their goatees..

A series of mistakes were made on all sides, but at least the kid spoke up before the plane took off…

The US Women’s soccer team is certainly an argument in favor of equal pay for players…

The old saying goes that in a nuclear apocalypse cockroaches would survive. They’re getting closer as they become immune to insecticides

A former football player has THAT much influence as to cause a billion dollar corporation to pull a shoe design? Some aren’t happy for sure…

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Sunday Cinema – “Funeral Home”

A young woman visits her grandmother to help her convert the family home into a bed & breakfast. Thing is, the family home used to be a funeral parlor. Once opened, guests begin disappearing. Will she find the killer before its too late?

With pretty much a cast of nobodies, with the exception of Kay Hawtrey of whom you might remember from a few of the “Police Academy” movies, but more recently as the voice of “Grandma” in the cartoon series “Max & Ruby”.

Someone posted this oddball horror movie online for all to witness…

Sunday Cinema – “Party Camp”

In a rush to get those sweet, sweet teen dollars this b-movie gem hit theaters in June of 1987. Consider it a mixture of “Meatballs” and “Ferris Beuller’s Day Off”, Jerry is sent to be a summer camp counselor and meets the woman of his dreams. Unfortunately the camp he is at is military-strict, so it takes him and a cadre of misfit campers to turn the summer camp into an every day party.

Going so far as to use a similar font to the “Meatballs” movie poster, “Party Camp” tries hard to mimic it. Add in some b-movie stars that don’t mind a little nudity, “Freddy Lippencottleman” from the popular television show “Silver Spoons” and Billy Jayne (the staple of teen movies of the 1980’s) and you have “Party Camp”.

Someone across the pond posted a fairly clean copy of this romp for all to enjoy…

Sunday Cinema – “Hot Moves”

One of a slew of “lose your virginity” comedies of the 1980’s, “Hot Moves” finds 4 friends on a mission to lose their virginity before their senior year of high school and all the hijinx that follow them. A few notables, Roger Rose (former VH-1 VJ & accomplished voice actor), Jill Schoelen (“Popcorn”), & Tammi Holbrook (the voice of Tommy Pickles on Nickelodeon’s “Rugrats”), but really this is about crude humor and T&A…

Someone posted this gem online, so enjoy!

Sunday Cinema – “Mac and Me”

Back in the 1980’s, before instant streaming, movies were often “bootlegged” and released to cash in on already profitable movie property. “Mac and Me” was a movie loosely based on the premise of “E.T.” and had a bigger budget than most knock-off films. Filled with product placements from entities such as McDonald’s, Skittles, & Coca Cola, the budget of $13 million for the 1980’s was pretty significant.

NASA sends a probe to an alien planet and it “gathers” (read “sucks up”) a family of aliens and brings them back to Earth. Mac (Mysterious Alien Creature) gets separated from his family and finds protection from a boy in a wheelchair. There are a lot of similarities between this film and “E.T.” for sure, down to the characters names. Didn’t do well at the box office, accumulating less than half of its budget.

Someone posted this gem online, check it out!

Hold It Now & Hit It

Hold It Now & Hit It

Check out the book by Russell Simmons, lots of stories to inspire and information to implement in your life…

Run DMC. Beastie Boys. Kurtis Blow. Slayer???

Living Colour played music their way, wore what they wanted, & still rocked it out…

Pay attention to this matrix on finding the perfect spouse

Not quite the article MattyV referenced, but here is one from Cracked on 6 ways to beat game bosses that the makers didn’t plan on

It sounded like Dan the Man’s WoW story could have turned out like Leeroy Jenkins…

We agree that cheerleaders, lingerie football players, and women players in general should be paid scale – but only if the revenue can support it. Demanding equal pay without the revenue to back it up will bankrupt the whole thing…

Poor taste…

Would you agree that the moniker “owner” has racist/slavery overtones when it comes to sports teams?

Minority owner of the Golden State Warriors banned from games for a year for shoving a Raptors player during the finals...

Bill Buckner had a great MLB career, but will always be remembered for the ball he missed (and predicted he would miss)…

More and more stadiums are looking to extend safety netting to the foul poles due to recent injuries/deaths from foul balls…

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Sunday Cinema – “Hot Resort”

The 1980’s were filled with all sorts of teen sex comedies, from “Porky’s” to “Meatballs” – crude humor and some nudity is all it takes.

“Hot Resort” is about a group of guys flying out to a Caribbean resort to work for the summer. While there, they chase women and have some goofy adventures. A couple of stars to note, Bronson Pinchot (“Perfect Strangers”), Dan Schneider (creator of a ton of Nickelodeon tween/teen shows such as “Good Burger”, “All That”, & “I-Carly”), and “The Riddler” himself – Frank Gorshin!

Someone found a VHS copy and digitized it, check it out!

Standing Room Only

Standing Room Only

The thing is, the attraction itself was not damaged. Apparently it could have operated, but since the access road to get there was covered in a landslide. Not knowing how the policy reads, either landslide/mudslide was excluded or since what was being insured was not damaged – the claim was rightfully denied.

Route 66 had its share of tourist traps willing to take travelers’ money for odd museums, collections, & knick-knacks. Parts of Route 66 are coming back to life with people looking for nostalgia & fun/goofy things to do and see.

Here’s an easy WikiHow on how to spot or dress like a hipster…

Interesting that we had more than 200 tornadoes affect many Midwestern states over the last 2 weeks. The article states that climate change is just a small factor, but that urban sprawl has been the biggest one.

MacKenzie Bezos is giving away half of her divorce settlement away, $18 billion…

There have been many, many, many ads for the “Calm” app for Apple products. Supposedly the app is to help you meditate, relax, & fall asleep with various methods. Trouble is, there is a 7-day free trial that automatically charges your iTunes account $59.99/yr to unlock the app within a few days into the trial according to many negative reviews. And there is no phone number to call and cancel, you only have an email address that may or may not receive a response.

Netflix may be in trouble losing Disney & its ancillary media products…

Burnout is now an official medical condition…

Ryanair launched “vertical seating” 10 years ago, it didn’t “take off”…

Check out this article for insurance companies in your state that will cover Uber/Lyft/Ridesharing.

One of the poorer school district in Colorado is trying out a 4-day school week out of necessity to get better teachers and it seems to be working…

A remix for the “Max & Ruby” theme song? Really????

What if the Kents had found an evil super-child? “Brightburn” seems to tackle that question…

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Sunday Cinema – “Aloha Summer”

About the time “Dirty Dancing” came out, a lot of other studios jumped on the nostalgia bandwagon to cash in. Films like “Shag – The Movie” & “Aloha Summer” tried to capture the same nostalgia, but wasn’t able to capture the dollars that “Dirty Dancing” had (“Aloha Summer” grossed less than $500k).

1959, the year Hawaii became a state. A group of teens from different walks of life get together and have adventures during their summer holiday. There are a few stars, a young Tia Carrere (before “Wayne’s World”) & Chris Makepeace (“Meatballs” & “My Bodyguard”) among others.

Someone posted this almost-forgotten gem online, give it a view!