‘Teen Movie Hell’ is an encyclopedic look at the sub-genre of teen sex comedies from the 60s to its apex in the 80s and 90s.
The DC/Warner Bros. mash-up continues with Gotham City’s most famous jewel thief and her black cat ally crossing paths with a certain golden bird! Mayhem (feathers and fluff) ensues!
To re-watch the intro to Hilarious House of Frightenstein is to be reminded that we grew up with some weird stuff in our day. I honestly hadn’t though about this show in years, but here we are today with the news that its coming back!
Cue up today’s release of the new comic book miniseries titled Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #1 – a series that stars ALL of the Ghostbuster characters EVER .
With a holiday season as cold as this one has been, a trip to the movies with my family was a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Here in the … Continue reading ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Is a Treat for the Whole Family
Netflix’s upcoming comedy series, Friends From College, from comedy duo Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco, premieres on July 14 and we’ve got the official trailer!
The world doesn’t need another milquetoast Canadian indie comedy. But it’s a national specialty, so they keep coming around, safe, inoffensive, government-funded and mildly amusing. Unfortunately for Chokeslam, safe and inoffensive … Continue reading Affable Chokeslam Taps Out in Quest For Rom-Com Wrestlemania
“Ninety percent of everything is crud.” – Theodore Sturgeon Hello, and welcome back for another installment of “The Ten Percent”, the bi-weekly column here at Biff Bam Pop! where K. … Continue reading The Ten Percent: MST3K
Ben Wheatley’s latest film Free Fire feels closer to the ensemble spirit of his 2009 debut Down Terrace than last year’s deliciously deranged High Rise. There are criminals meeting up … Continue reading TIFF 2016 Review: “Free Fire” Is A Free-Wheeling Good Time
“Ninety percent of everything is crud.” – Theodore Sturgeon Hello and welcome to another installment of “The Ten Percent,” a regular column here on Biff Bam Pop! where every other … Continue reading The Ten Percent: “Don’t Call Me Shirley”