Tag Archive for 'Ralph Macchio'

The Deuce: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray Review)

Set during the early 1970s in New York City’s Times Square, The Deuce, starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal, gives viewers an up-close look at the gritty world of sex and crime, as the porn industry begins its climb to legitimacy, cultural permanence, and billion-dollar profitability.  HBO has announced that it will release The Deuce: The Complete First […]


SDCC 2017: Psych: The Movie Clip

Psych-O’s called. USA Network answered! PSYCH stars James Roday, Dulé Hill, Maggie Lawson, Kirsten Nelson and Corbin Bernson reunited at Comic-Con, along with creator Steve Franks and executive producers Chris Henze and Kelly Kulchak, for a panel and Q&A discussion. In a surprise twist of fate, moderator Jimmi Simpson (“Westworld”) announced that his PSYCH character, […]


Beverly Hills Film Fest 2017 – Eight Feature Film Reviews

So many amazing film fests – so little time!  The recent star-studded 17th Annual Beverly Hills Film Festival happened this past week (at the famed TLC Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood!) and it was a massive five day movie event indeed.  Not only were there amazing docs and features, but also a slew of short […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “Teachers”

Feeling strangely movie academic this week leads us to a past picture selection that helps both educate and entertain…welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  Today we’re hitting the books and heading to class for a cinematic story about the ups, downs and student clowns that make up one ruckus high school.  It’s a dramatic yet comically […]


Austin Comic Con 2013: One-On-One With Ralph Macchio

As a child of the 70’s, what youngsters did not grow up with Ralph Macchio and The Karate Kid? Is that the true definition of a rhetorical question or what? I know firsthand that flick had a profound impact in my life. It gave me the much needed strength and confidence to stand up to […]


The Karate Kid Kicks Twice on Blu-ray

If there ever is a film that I have high hopes for on the Blu-ray format, then it would be Star Wars:  Return of the Jedi.  But if I had a 10th choice, then I would probably say the monumental The Karate Kid.  OK.  Why not Part II as well?  Didn’t every one my age start taking […]