BRCC – Part Deux

BRCC – Part Deux

The latest “Captain Marvel” trailer shows a bit more of Carol Danvers’ “bad-assedness”…

“Aquaman” is the first film in the DC universe to hit over $1 billion at the box office!

Collectibles insurance is important, most home insurance policies do not cover antiques/collectibles…

Someone posited a couple years ago that we have already hit “peak geek” and it is only a matter of time before something else takes over…

Apparently the reason behind Affleck leaving the bat cowl was because of the poorly-criticized movies involving him as “the bat”, even though the reviews claim his performance was great.

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Sunday Cinema – “They All Laughed”

Since February has been traditionally known as the month of “love”, we thought we would share some obscure movies having to do with love…

A strange film from Peter Bogdanovich (director of such classics as “The Last Picture Show”, “Texasville”, & “Mask”) and one of Audrey Hepburn’s last movies (she had to provide her own wardrobe!).

A couple of private detectives take on cases of possible infidelity of a wealthy man’s wife and a jealous husband’s spouse. Trouble is, the detectives fall in love with their prospective cases. Starring other notables such as Ben Gazzara (“Roadhouse”), Colleen Camp (“Kathleen Kirkland” from “Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment”), & this was the last film of Dorothy Stratten (Playmate of the Year 1980, her tragic life/death was captured in the movie “Star 80”).

Someone was kind enough to put this odd selection online for others to “laugh” at…

BCCC – Part Un

BCCC – Part Un

The boys were live at the Byron Center Comic Convention, a small con with basically toy/comic vendors with a few local authors/artists peddling their wares.

“Escape from New York” is a potential reboot from Leigh Wannell (of “Saw” fame) who promises that it will avoid the mistakes of other recent 80’s franchise remakes…

Thing of it is, getting the additional perks needed to actually cut the cord works out to about what we are paying here for cable locally…

We don’t endorse or get anything from them (use at your own risk), but at this site you can play “Five Nights at Freddy’s” if you don’t own the game already…

Finland ended their 2 year experiment by giving a group of citizens $640/mo for free. The experiment was to see if taking financial stress out of the equation, what would happen? People in the experiment weren’t prepared for it to end…

Jerry Seinfeld is being sued for selling a presumed to be fake Porsche

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Sunday Cinema – ” Seven Minutes in Heaven”

Since February has been traditionally known as the month of “love”, we thought we would share some obscure movies having to do with love…

Natalie Becker (Jennifer Connelly) is spending her weekend writing an essay in order to meet the President. Jeff (Byron Thames) is staying with her because of his abusive stepfather. Polly (Maddie Corman) tags along because she is in a quandry over her obsession with a pro baseball player.

A limited-release back in 1985, it grossed a whopping $31k and change while costing most-likely 3 or 4 times that with the cast list. Someone posted a copy online to check out this “hidden gem”…

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Sunday Cinema – “Babycakes”

Since February has been traditionally known as the month of “love”, we thought we would share some obscure movies having to do with love…

“Babycakes” is a made-for-television movie starring former talk show host Ricki Lake as Grace, a chubby girl who desperately wants to kindle a romance with a NYC subway worker (Craig Sheffer). An American remake of the German film, “Sugarbaby”, it’s a cute & quirky romantic comedy…

Someone posted this sweetheart of a movie online for others to discover and enjoy!

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Toxic Masculinity

Toxic Masculinity

So Gillette decided to air a #MeToo movement-type ad that boils down to “boys will be boys” is wrong and so shave off that “masculine” hair off your face with our razors. Stephen Colbert had a great take on the ad

The government shutdown is still going on (at the time of this podcast), Trump just signed a bill that will guarantee back pay for those government workers who were furloughed or are working without pay currently… Let’s see how both sides characterize this…

Do you care if your food is sourced from other restaurants? We knew pies, desserts, certain salads, & soups are often not made “in house”, but what about a main entree like fried chicken?

I guess being a school administrator means you are above the law

Thanks to one IP mapping company, families around the world are getting hounded by people who think they have their stolen electronic devices

Dan the Man can verify that these World of Warcraft references are real…

Remember Herbert the Pervert from Family Guy? He’s real (or at least his voice is)…

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Sunday Cinema – “The Driller Killer”

A struggling artist in New York City does what he can to support himself and his 2 female roommates while trying to create his art. Slowly going insane, an alter-ego emerges that takes to the streets with a power drill. Is the artist’s works fantasy or did it really happen?

With no notable stars and the fact that it was shot over a period of 2 years (watch the clothes/hairstyles change before your eyes!), this gem of a film has been posted online for all to revel in…

Sunday Cinema – “Killer Workout”

A young woman runs a local gym where people start dying. Her sister was burned to death in a tanning salon just 10 years prior. Is there a coincidence?? This film has gone by several names, “Aerobi-Cide”, “Fitness Killer”, and others which doesn’t really help.

Mostly b-movie stars, it’s kind of lackluster in the way it tries to cash in on the latest 80’s craze (aerobic fitness). Someone still posted a copy online so we can all get a good workout of our groans…

A Police Car or More

A Police Car or More

We lost a few people in the first couple of days of 2019 – Super Dave Osborne, “Mean” Gene Okerlund, & Daryl “The Captain” Dragon…

This is the second time charges were dropped against Reuben Foster. She is trying to screw him up for the rest of his life…

No one is having conversations anymore, they are “pushing agendas“…

From a mental health professional blocking/banning/not treating pro-Trump supporters to a doctor that tweets she would purposely mis-treat/diagnose Jewish people – what is this world coming to???

Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren tweeted that she would donate her salary to a non-profit that helps refugees during the government shutdown. How about those of your constituents that who are affected by the shutdown? Why not donate to them???

How wrong is this? federal workers go without pay, while White House Republicans are in line to get raises?

Dubbed by one YouTuber as “Macho Ma’am Tranny Savage”, you have to feel sorry for the employee… Oh, and she’s apparently a rapper...

Jessica Simpson’s version was panned, but damn if she didn’t look good…

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Sunday Cinema – “The Killers”

Based on a story by Ernest Hemingway, 2 professional killers enter a small town and kill the local gas station attendant (who was expecting it). An insurance adjuster delves into the case despite protests from his boss and finds a web tangled with intrigue, treachery, & crime.

Starring Burt Lancaster & Ava Gardner, this film/story ended up being remade a few times over the past few decades. Someone was kind enough to post the original online for all to enjoy.