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These are challenging times for Van Halen fans. Eddie and Alex seem to have dropped off the radar with no return date in sight, and David Lee Roth is taking his act to Las Vegas, which is the perfect location for him. At least Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony are still good old-fashioned rock in their current band, The Circle. This crew released a conceptual album of new material called, Space Between, back in May of this year, and now there's an experimental movie by the same name to go with it. The movie is a combination of interviews with... Read more →


Hi everyone, Welcome back! How are you? BDH, Little Buddha, and I were just talking about today's to-do list. It's nothing too crazy, so we'll finish that after we're done here. The guys say the coffee is ready, so grab yourself a nice medium DD, and let's clear out some Tuesday Clutter. (As always, if you'd like to support our coffee budget, please consider using the Clutter Amazon page for your shopping needs.) Donald Trump ordered military aid withheld to Ukraine before his phone call with the country's president to pressure Voldymyr Zelenskiy to investigate Joe Biden. The facts are... Read more →


Between Two Ferns, starring Zach Galifianakis, first debuted in 2012. A take-off on community access talk shows, Galifianakis has hosted some of Hollywood's biggest stars over the years (as well as leaders like Barack Obama), and he's asked them some of the rudest, dumbest, and most awkward questions of their careers. It's brilliant. The episodes are only a few minutes long and have a high tears of laughter/minute ratio. It's no accident that they've been watched so many times on the Funny or Die website. Galifianakis and company decided to expand the concept to a new Netflix film called, appropriately... Read more →


Quentin Tarantino is back with his latest film, Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood, which is a love letter to the end of the glory days of the film industry in 1969. However, it's a tribute with a dark side. The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Rick Dalton, a television actor entering the back half of his career, and Brad Pitt as Cliff Booth, Rick's stuntman and gopher. Tarantino is in fine form as he pays homage to the old movies and television shows he loves, while bringing an air of danger to the story in the form of Charles Manson... Read more →


Hi everyone, Welcome back! How are you? Still feeling a little out of sorts here, but yesterday was a productive day which was a great way to start the week. I got all sorts of errands done, and it took about three minutes to fall asleep last night. It was supposed to be raining this morning, but BDH and Little Buddha say now it's not going to start until somewhere around noon at the earliest. I'm a little suspicious about whether it's going to happen at all, which is why I watered the garden yesterday. In any case, the guys... Read more →


The wait is over: Avengers: Endgame has finally arrived! Thanos demands our silence when it comes to spoilers, so we're going to keep this discussion to general thoughts (with one quick note), and then maybe revisit it in a few weeks once the film is done dominating the world. It's been a year (in the real world) since have the population of the universe disappeared with one snap of the fingers, and our heroes are still trying to recover from their devastating loss. They've been joined by Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel since the last film. The only thing we'll say here... Read more →


Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson have been busy working together to save the universe, first in Captain Marvel, and then possibly in Avengers: Endgame. (That's not a spoiler - we're just guessing.) However, the two also teamed up in a 2017 movie called Unicorn Store, which recently came out on Netflix. It was directed by Larson, and she stars as "Kit," a creative and quirky woman trying to find her place in the adult world. Jackson stars as, "The Salesman" who works at the Unicorn Store. We'll give you three guesses what they sell there. We're first introduced via... Read more →


Motley Crue burst on to the music scene in the early 1980's and made an immediate impact with their loud, rude, and catchy music. Of course, the skintight pants, huge hair, and makeup also grabbed the public's attention. These guys were all about partying, performing, and shocking as many people as possible, which made them a perfect fit for the decade. Some people at the time might have been surprised to hear that the group lasted roughly 35 years, because it seemed like at least one or two of them might die long before then. (Technically, one did die, but... Read more →


Captain Marvel is the story of a Kree warrior who is part of a war against the Skrulls, a race who can impersonate, down to the DNA level, anyone they see. She is also a woman who can't remember her past, except for various images that come to her in her sleep. The fight against the Skrulls eventually brings her to Earth, circa 1995, where she meets one Nick Fury. From there, while trying to accomplish her mission, she also seeks to figure out who she really is. This is the Marvel Universe's first movie with a woman in a... Read more →


Having successfully avoided even the slightest spoiler, today was the day to head to the movie theater to check out The Avengers: Infinity War, the blockbuster which is dominating the box office. Before we go any further, let me be clear that I am not a hardcore Marvel fan, but I have at least a basic grasp of all of the characters and their backstories. Coming from that perspective, I'll just say this: Oh my god. This movie is insane, it's the fastest 2 hours and 40 minutes you'll spend this year, and it lives up to the hype. A... Read more →