2020 has it all: thug cops, an in-and-out pandemic, shuttered businesses, sanctimony and a presidential election that could wind up in litigation.
On horror and sci-fi music compilations by rarities label Buffalo Bop.
Even among all the national outrage, police killings of black transgender people continue to be ignored.
Patronizing and pointless displays by “white allies” betray who’s really bored at home in quarantine.
Remembering terminals and station infrastructure during the pandemic.
Walking the streets of Virginia as history plays out across the country.
With social media on hotseat; time to raid friends list of the last left-handed catcher.
The High Note is more charming than most movies about music fans in and out of love. B
People are angry and with good reason.
The Natural delivers a different ending than Bernard Malamud’s novel of the same name.
Week/month/time-is-a-social-construct at a glance.
Support for the Trump administration becomes surreal.
Whether by strangling or arson.
The world’s both drunk and nuts.
It's your very own people, not anarchists, right-wing provocateurs or outside agitators.
Michael Moore's controversial film takes aim at renewable energies.
Handshakes and apologies.
Paleocon Diary (#225).
An hour long documentary on the late movie star princess.
Nick Mullen muses about capital punishment featuring guest hosts Jamel Johnson and Dana Bell.
The legendary 74-year-old multimedia artist continues his meterology series in quarantine in Los Angeles.
Five songs shot by MTV including a previously unseen uncut 25 minute interview with the band.
The greater is the beauty / The profounder is the stain / Significant of the forbidden / Transgressed in eroticism.
Post-stroke and two years before her death, Bette Davis is as sharp as ever in this interview.
Groucho Marx overwhelms the audience and his fellow panelists, and Claudette Colbert pretends to be Russian.
Pretty good live version of a perfect recording of a perfect song by the legendary Hoboken band.
An especially irritating French interviewer talks to the unusually accomodating American director.
A 2001 documentary on the closeted early Hollywood star.
A 1968 one hit wonder schlock classic due for a 21st century update.