November 2007 :: Screen Reviews
Watching these black-and-white kinescopes of Dick Van Dyke's early years on the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom program, Carl F Gauze found himself wishing he had an ottoman to trip over - and knock himself out cold.
In this documentary, Steven Hurlburt and Flournoy Holmes cross the country in search of the inside story on this "alternative" lifestyle. Following their Dead-loving subjects, living their lives, and filming every moment, they aim to open our eyes to a rather singular subculture.
Carl F Gauze checks out this odd pairing of short studio videos of Redd Foxx and Groucho Marx from the late 60's. I wonder if MPI were just looking for two comedians whose last name ended in X?
Almost fourteen years to the day, and the most famous performance by one of the most influential bands in modern music will finally make its way to DVD. Nirvana: Unplugged In New York has finally arrived, and Jen Cray couldn't be more pleased.
Manowar vocalist Eric Adams goes bow hunting with writer Chester Moore. Manliness ensues. Less stalking, more rocking sayeth Carl F Gauze.