Revisit Rutger Hauer’s iconic performance in ‘The Hitcher,’ a ‘Blair Witch’ video game on the way, and upcoming sequels in ‘The Week in Horror.’
We say farewell to one of our favorite actors, Rutger Hauer.
Biff Bam Pop! remembers ‘Mean’ Gene Okerlund, the Everyman announcer who served as a vital and beloved touchstone for an influential era of pro wrestling
We have lost writer/director/actor/visionary/legend George Romero. He passed away yesterday, peacefully in his sleep, after a brief but aggressive battle with lung cancer. His family was by his side, as … Continue reading Remembering George Romero
With his passing on Wednesday, I sat down to watch a couple of Jonathan Demme’s best films. Demme’s never been in the pantheon; he’s not one of the revered directors … Continue reading Remembering Jonathan Demme: The director was a master of the intimate moment
Less than a week before the special release of Dead or Alive’s Sophisticated Boom Box MMXVI compilation set was to be released, the news has come that 1980s pop icon … Continue reading Dead or Alive Lead Singer Pete Burns Dead at 57
It is always a terrible thing when someone you love, even if you don’t know them personally, is ripped from you suddenly. Only yesterday the world learned of comics writer/artist … Continue reading RIP Darwyn Cooke
They say you never forget your first. I know this is at least true of the first celebrity I ever met at a horror convention.
Here at Biff Bam Pop! we cover all aspects of pop culture – film, television, comics, music, even podcasts – but we have a very special place in our hearts … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop! Remembers Wes Craven
Whether you know him as the classic old school Dracula of the Hammer Horrors or his more recent roles as Saruman or Count Dooku in the Lord of the Rings … Continue reading Remembering Sir Christopher Lee
Musician and writer Robin Renee remembers Canadian legend Stompin’ Tom Connors, please check out this very special memorial after the jump. —-
Larry Hagman passed away yesterday, appropriately in Dallas, from complications of his ongoing battle with cancer. The veteran actor and director was 81.