‘D.O.A.: A Right of Passage’ is a Messy, Essential Document of Punk

The documentary D.O.A. was filmed almost guerrilla style, funded by High Times magazine, with director Lech Kowalski following the Sex Pistols on the doomed 1978 tour of America. The band didn’t … Continue reading ‘D.O.A.: A Right of Passage’ is a Messy, Essential Document of Punk

The Audacious Eleven Podcast: -isms

The Biff Bam Pop! Podcast Network presents The Audacious Eleven Podcast, featuring Wendy Sheridan, Mary McGinley, Donna Juzva, and Biff Bam Pop’s own Robin Renee. Audacious Eleven is a reality … Continue reading The Audacious Eleven Podcast: -isms

More Than Skin Deep Is THE BEAUTY #1 On The Wednesday Run

Over the last few days, a segment of comedian and political commentator John Oliver’s television show Last Week Tonight has been making the social media rounds. If you didn’t catch … Continue reading More Than Skin Deep Is THE BEAUTY #1 On The Wednesday Run

The GAR! Podcast: Sex and Star Wars

Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for … Continue reading The GAR! Podcast: Sex and Star Wars

True Blood S07 E01: Jesus Gonna Be Here

The opening episode of the final season of HBO’s “True Blood” is here. We begin with a bang and a special episode directed by Vampire Bill Compton himself – Stephen … Continue reading True Blood S07 E01: Jesus Gonna Be Here

True Blood Final Season Primer

Season seven is the final one for HBO’s “True Blood,” and we’ll be reviewing it episode-by-episode here at Biff Bam Pop!. New to the show, or just need a refresher … Continue reading True Blood Final Season Primer

My Take on NBC’s Dracula

Created by journalist and comic book writer Cole Haddon in his first TV endeavor, and run by the genius behind “Carnivale” Daniel Knauf, NBC’s “Dracula” was one of the shows … Continue reading My Take on NBC’s Dracula

Saturday At The Movies: The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982)

Blade Runner, Conan the Barbarian, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, The Thing. All classic films that have lived on within our collective affair with pop culture and genre film. It’s 1982’s – … Continue reading Saturday At The Movies: The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982)

Michael Biehn Crafts A Solid First Film – The Victim Reviewed

Making the leap from actor to director can be a tricky business. Not everybody can be Ben Affleck, right? Sometimes, you wind up William Shatner. In the case of Michael … Continue reading Michael Biehn Crafts A Solid First Film – The Victim Reviewed

Black Kiss 2 #1 Is Signed, Sealed And Hopefully Delivered On The Wednesday Run – August 1, 2012

When it comes to comic books and comic book stores, I have three distinct memories of the latter half of the 1980’s: First, I remember buying multiple copies of the … Continue reading Black Kiss 2 #1 Is Signed, Sealed And Hopefully Delivered On The Wednesday Run – August 1, 2012

Saturday at the Movies: Shame

Shame is the latest from Steven McQueen, a writer/director who is known for boldly dramatizing intense subject matter (as in his last movie, Hunger). Starring Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan, … Continue reading Saturday at the Movies: Shame