Linnea Quigley and Ginger Lynn, together at last! Astro Radio Z begins a multi-episode look at Rick Sloane’s VICE ACADEMY saga! Continue reading This Is a Bust! Astro Radio Z Tackles the VICE ACADEMY Saga!
A funny, dark, emotional journey through the hurdles of regret and self-doubt. Can we please give Michael Keaton an Oscar now? Continue reading BIRDMAN, or: The Hardest Battle You’ll Ever Fight
Johnny Depp once made a western about a man who was in a sense a walking ghost, a man on a quest for his ultimate destiny, as guided by a loyal Native American companion. The year was 1995 and the film was Jim Jarmusch’s DEAD MAN. It was a brilliant and unconventional film, one that probably wouldn’t appeal to the masses. Nevertheless, I found the film to be alternately thought-provoking, beautiful and funny. That was when Johnny Depp made good movies. Now, once again Johnny Depp has made a western about a man who is in a sense of … Continue reading THE LONE RANGER Stumbles Between Cynicism and Buffoonery
While writing about big budget blockbusters might seem antithetical to the Adventure Without Shame credo, it really isn’t. Lack of creativity or imagination is what often leads to moviocrity. This article gives a brief history lesson and highlights the importance of keeping the creative minds in control. There is a debate going on, arguing about whether superheroes on film are here to stay or whether they are a fad that will soon burn itself out. In order to answer this question, it is important to look at the current state of superhero cinema. How did it get here and why … Continue reading What Marvel Does Right (And Why No One Else Is Doing It)