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  • Widescreen Vs Fullscreen

    By dAn MCcAULEY on June 6, 2013
    Back in my day, we’d have to watch movies on the TV that panned and scanned.  We had no other option than to watch fullscreen movies.  Eventually, Letterbox VHS movies were made available but there was still a resistance from the people.  They did not like the black bars.  They said it was too distracting.  There was even a time […]
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  • How Did This Happen – Spies Like Us

    By dAn MCcAULEY on January 31, 2013
    If a Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase movie came out today it would probably be a direct-to-video comedy about grave robbers who accidentally unleash the demon of farts.  Though the plot sounds promising, it can’t come close to their movies from the 80’s. In the early 80’s, it seemed that these two actors couldn’t release a bad movie.  Aykroyd starred […]
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  • HBO Flashback

    By dAn MCcAULEY on July 27, 2011
    If you saw this HBO intro as a child in the 80’s you were either that one really rich kid who had everything or you were like the rest of America who only saw it when HBO was for free that weekend. Free HBO weekend had been marked on your calendar for months just so you wouldn’t miss unedited, rated […]
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  • Did You Know? – Transformers: The Movie

    By dAn MCcAULEY on June 30, 2011
    Michael Bay wants you to see Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 3-D but we want you to watch the cartoon theatrical movie, Transformers: The Movie, first .  We realize that with the 4th of July around the corner you may not have enough time.  So here is a quick break-down why Transformers: The Movie was AWESOME and why it […]
  • On This Day: Smokey and the Bandit Was Released

    By dAn MCcAULEY on May 19, 2011
    Smokey and the Bandit is a story about fast cars, the love shared between a man and a woman, and an $80,000 bet to haul 440 cases of Coors beer from Texas (where it was legal), to Georgia (where it wasn’t legal), in under 28 hours.  On this day, back on May 19th, 1977, Smokey and the Bandit, starring Burt […]
  • On This Day…Monty Python.

    By dAn MCcAULEY on May 12, 2011
    On this day in 1969, Eric Idle, John Cleese, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Graham Chapman, and Terry Gilliam, also known as the comedy group, Monty Python, had their first writing session together.  This date also marks the first time the high school student, Brooke Johnson, grew a neck beard and told his fellow classmates, “You wouldn’t understand this because you […]
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  • The Final Countdown

    By dAn MCcAULEY on April 21, 2011
    Cherilyn Sarkisian, more commonly know as Cher, is the only person, male or female, to win an Emmy, Grammy, Golden Globe, and an Oscar.  As a solo artist, she has reached the number one spot on the Billboard charts for the last six decades, and her single, “Believe,” has sold more than ten million copies. However, there was a time […]