Sat, 16 November 2013
Rejoice! You have something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving holiday season. Clay and Debby are back with an all new episode. In it, they're in the car again (a surprisingly useful studio space) and talking about Thanksgiving. There are preparations to be made in terms of menu, family expectations, and finally Black Friday shopping. Can Debby get a word in edgewise with the ADD prone Clay?
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Sat, 16 November 2013
Dragnet returns to Presenting the Transcription Feature as Jack Webb once again patrols the streets of Los Angeles in a quest for law and order. This week, Joe Friday looks into the beating of a woman who has recently joined "The Big Church". In addition, there are episodes of The Adventures of Superman and The Avengers.
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November 2, 2013
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Fri, 15 November 2013
As we’ve previously noted, in the sixties, the revolution wasn’t televised, and film wasn’t always an accurate conduit for measuring the temper of the times. BLACKENSTEIN was meant to ride the then-burgeoning wave of (duh) blaxsploitation films, reaching out to African-American audiences with a story that provided all the elements of popular cinema, yet spoke to their condition with characters who could navigate the dangerous streets of urban America and weren’t afraid of taking the struggle to the Man. Instead, what triple-threat producer/writer/special effects artist Frank R. Saletri delivered was a tale that had little to do with the classic story of the doctor who tampered in God’s domain, but was brimming with bad science, wooden acting, and exceedingly bizarre music cues. Oh, well; at least the camerawork is ambitious.
The Temple of Bad team of Andrea Lipinski, Kevin Lauderdale, Orenthal V. Hawkins, and Dan Persons tuck their afro-picks in their back pockets and sit down to discuss this wayward attempt to knock off Sam Arkoff’s more successful (and arguably better) BLACULA. Their take-away: Not even the funniest talking-dog joke in the world could save this weird, incoherent mess from being the sole credit for most its participants.
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