Sunday Cinema – “Rubik the Amazing Cube”

Yet another 80’s toy cartoon, the popular puzzle game had its own cartoon show for a whole season before getting cancelled. I had no idea at the time how awkwardly ethnic this show was trying to portray. Starring Ron “Horshack” Palillo as the voice of Rubik, his “family” takes a trip down to Mexico to visit their Abuelita and has an adventure returning stolen toys before Christmas is ruined. Interesting to note that they production went so far as to have the popular Puerto Rican band Menudo record the theme song.

Someone posted a halfway decent VHS copy online for all the enjoy at Christmas.

Givin' It Raw

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Givin’ It Raw

Pornhub was paying people up to $250 if they live-streamed their Thanksgiving dinner. Adults only & nudity wasn’t necessary…

Pringles revealed their “Friendsgiving” Thanksgiving chips featuring turducken flavor! Resellers are tripling their money on eBay for them…

10 Mexican families are suing Walmart over the El Paso shooting, claiming that Walmart didn’t do enough to protect them…

Coldplay is ceasing their concert tours until they can figure out a climate/environmentally friendly way to put them on…

This is raw/uncut, there may have been more that we discussed but I’m too tired/sick to post it…

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Sunday Cinema – “The Glo Friends Save Christmas”

Yet another toy-related Christmas special that finds Glo Worm and his friends overhearing the “wicked witch of the North Pole” plotting to capture Santa Claus and ruin Christmas. The friends rally together to try and stop the witch and her plans in time to save Santa and Christmas.

Someone posted a halfway decent VHS copy online for all the enjoy at Christmas.

Sunday Cinema – “A Family Circus Christmas”

A Family Circus was a staple of newspaper cartoon pages from the 1970’s through the early 1990’s that followed Mom/Dad/Billy/Dolly/PJ through their innocent look at life and its foibles. Their Christmas special finds the kids trying to be good before Christmas, searching for the star to place on the tree, & asking Santa to bring their Grand-Dad back from Heaven.

Someone posted a halfway decent VHS copy online for all the enjoy at Christmas.

Sunday Cinema – “A Cabbage Patch Kids Christmas”

A popular toy-related cartoon from the 1980’s, this episode follows the gang as they leave the safety of the cabbage patch and enter the big city in search of the Christmas spirit. Of course they find the big city menacing and end up sharing the Christmas spirit with all.

Someone posted a halfway decent VHS copy online for all the enjoy at Christmas.

Sunday Cinema – “A Dollar General Thanksgiving”

All this month we will be sharing ways to cook meals on a budget. Since November evokes memories of big meals at Thanksgiving, we recognize that not all can afford a huge turkey and all the dressings to go with it. Just because you can’t afford a turkey shouldn’t keep you from enjoying a nice big home-cooked meal.

This week we share an episode of the YouTube channel, “Cooking with Jack Show“, where Jack shows how to cook an entire Thanksgiving dinner for 6 people at under $50. With the sales of turkeys happening closer to the holiday, it should be easy to find one for $13 (or less) if your Dollar General doesn’t have them. You can still enjoy all the trimmings of a Thanksgiving dinner without breaking the bank…

Sunday Cinema – “Thanksgiving on a College Student Budget”

All this month we will be sharing ways to cook meals on a budget. Since November evokes memories of big meals at Thanksgiving, we recognize that not all can afford a huge turkey and all the dressings to go with it. Just because you can’t afford a turkey shouldn’t keep you from enjoying a nice big home-cooked meal.

This week we share an episode of the YouTube channel, “007K“, where Bond shows us how to cook a Thanksgiving meal on a college student’s budget. Half-joking/half-serious, he does show you how to make a cheap meal that you can eat on Thanksgiving…

Sunday Cinema – “A $30 Thanksgiving”

All this month we will be sharing ways to cook meals on a budget. Since November evokes memories of big meals at Thanksgiving, we recognize that not all can afford a huge turkey and all the dressings to go with it. Just because you can’t afford a turkey shouldn’t keep you from enjoying a nice big home-cooked meal.

This week we share an episode of the YouTube channel, “The Melea Show“, where she shows how to buy the items to cook an entire Thanksgiving meal at a Target (that has a grocery section). A lot of name-brand items which makes it seem like a more-expensive meal than it is…

Sunday Cinema – “Poorman’s Feast”

All this month we will be sharing ways to cook meals on a budget. Since November evokes memories of big meals at Thanksgiving, we recognize that not all can afford a huge turkey and all the dressings to go with it. Just because you can’t afford a turkey shouldn’t keep you from enjoying a nice big home-cooked meal.

This week we share an episode of the YouTube channel, “Great Depression Cooking”, where 93-year-old Clara (she is since deceased) shows how to cook a “Poor Man’s Feast” which by her account was a rare occasion in her house during the depression era. Simple and what looks to be cheap ingredients make for a meal that even the finest NYC establishment would serve as a nostalgia item and charge through the nose for…

Sunday Cinema – “Nosferatu – A Symphony of Horror”


Count Orlock wishes to purchase a home in the town of Wisbourg, Germany. A local real estate agent sells the count a property across from his own. When he visits the count at his castle, the real estate agent gets the feeling the count isn’t what he appears to be…

The actor who plays the title character has a familiar name, Max Shreck. This was the name of one of the secondary villians from “Batman Returns” as played by Christopher Walken and is a significant name at that. If you remember in the movie, Max wanted to “suck” electricity from Gotham and in turn sell it back to the city, much like Nosferatu “sucks” blood from his victims…

Someone posted this silent film classic online for all to enjoy