Author Archive: Steve Sullivan

Steve graduated from Southwestern Michigan College with an Associate's Degree in communications. He currently resides in Niles, MI

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RiffTrax Live: Anaconda

RiffTrax Live: Anaconda

| November 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hollywood is a magical, yet mercurial place. Anyone can write a screenplay, no matter how farfetched, and have it turned into a feature length film. Sometimes, big studios fall prey to the promise of a big name attached to the project (such as Jon Voight). For example: how about a group of young fimmakers looking […]

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TCM Presents: Gone With The Wind

TCM Presents: Gone With The Wind

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

The movie event of 2014 is coming soon to a theater near year. It’s not the third installment of The Hobbit trilogy. It’s not the first of the Hunger Games: Mocking Jay two part series. It’s not even a film produced in 2014! The must-see movie of 2014 is celebrating its 75th Anniversary in grand style. The movie is Gone With […]

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Baseball’s Seasons: The 1980′s

Baseball’s Seasons: The 1980′s

| August 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ah, the 80’s. Spandex, AquaNet, Mtv, Alf, He-Man, Reagan. What a decade. With all of the amazing pop culture and political upheaval in the U.S. and the world alike, baseball was a shining beacon of hope in what felt like a hopeless period (see: The Cold War). With exciting pennant races, career milestones, and moments […]

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Legendary

Legendary

| August 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

The best way to draw attention to an upcoming film is to catch the audience’s attention with a clever title. Normally, the title has something to do with the film in question. For example, Gremlins has gremlins terrorizing a small, peaceful town. Also, there is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which is pretty self-explanatory. And then there’s Legendary which neither describes […]

Puncture Wounds

Puncture Wounds

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

When deciding whether or not to purchase or rent a DVD/Blu-Ray, the cover art is very important. If the cover features an actor or actress that’s appealing to the buyer, they are more likely to rent or purchase said DVD/Blu-Ray. Such as, whenever I, personally, see action legend Dolph Lundgren, I’m all over the release. […]

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100 Years of Wrigley Field

100 Years of Wrigley Field

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Wrigley was originally known as Weeghman Park, after owner Charles Weeghman. The park was built for Weeghman’s Federal League team, the ChiFeds. The park was built relatively fast. It took 500 workers only six weeks to construct the facility. In 1919, William Wrigley, JR became the principal owner of both Weeghman Park and the National […]

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The Simpsons Season 16

The Simpsons Season 16

| December 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Holy glavin! December is upon us once again, which can mean only one thing. Christmas? Okay, yeah, sure. But you know what else it means? It means it’s time for another terrific Simpsons home video release! Whoo-hoo! Season 16 of The Simpsons is at last here on Blu-ray and DVD in all its Simpson-y glory. Some […]

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RiffTrax Live: From Garbage to Glory

RiffTrax Live: From Garbage to Glory

| October 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Some movies are made with serious intentions. By that, I mean they were meant to be dramatic and thought-provoking. Unfortunately, a great number of these low budget flicks end up being unintentionally hilarious. And if anyone can take a train wreck and turn it into gold, it would be the creative genius’ behind RiffTrax. Michael […]

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TCM Presents ‘E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial’ 30th Anniversary Event

TCM Presents ‘E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial’ 30th Anniversary Event

| October 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

 Phone home. Phone work. Phone family and friends. One of the most beloved and heartwarming films of all time is celebrating its 30th anniversary in grand style. NCM Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies bring to you for one day only, the newly remastered   E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. E.T. has been a staple of family households […]

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The Essential Games of the Chicago Cubs

The Essential Games of the Chicago Cubs

| August 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

At the turn of the 20th century, the Chicago Cubs were one of the premier teams in professional baseball. The Cubs were World Series champions in 1908. For the last 104 years, things have not gone so well. The Cubs last World Series appearance came in 1945, where they unfortunately lost to the Detroit Tigers. […]

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