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BP Podcast, Episode 39: “A Thanksgiving Film Feast”

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November 16, 2018 • Movies, Podcast, Uncategorized

The podcast returns for a special Thanksgiving episode! Join us on this podcast episode as we dish on our Thanksgiving movie marathon picks. And we’re not talking about the obvious standards like Blood Rage or Planes, Trains and Automobiles. For this chat, we each pick five movies that would suit our Thanksgiving line-up. Whether it’s about family or… Read More ›

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BP Podcast, Episode 39: “A Thanksgiving Film Feast”

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The podcast returns for a special Thanksgiving episode! Join us on this podcast episode as we dish on our Thanksgiving movie marathon picks. And we’re not talking about the obvious standards like Blood Rage or Planes, Trains and Automobiles. For this chat, we each pick five movies that would suit our Thanksgiving line-up. Whether it’s about family or… Read More ›

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Being thankful for KISS’ performance at the 2014 Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

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Remember when KISS performed during the 2014 Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade? It was awesome. Not because it was a spectacularly good performance or anything. I mean, we’ve all seen them belt out way better versions of “Rock N’ Roll All Nite” than they’re gonna while lip syncing and being dragged along on a float at 11… Read More ›

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Tales from the Darkside: Is “The Casavin Curse” still scary?

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For a lot of us, especially those who were younger, horror in the 80s was wrapped up in Tales from the Darkside as much as it was the video store shelf. The problem was, most of the time the only thing really, truly creepy in the episodes were the opening and closing themes (and those… Read More ›

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Music We Love: The Tunes of the ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ franchise

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I wanted take a minute to state how much I appreciate the internet when it comes to the music from the movies we grew up watching. Pre-internet, say in the early 90s, there were not a ton of kids in my junior high who still cared about Nightmare on Elm Street or Freddy, and even… Read More ›