Fletch: The “Jane Doe” Edition

October 24, 2007

For my money, Fletch (1985) is the best film Chevy Chase ever made. I can put the movie on at almost any time and still find it just as funny, no matter how many times I have seen it. And yet, the film is too often dismissed as just another dated piece... 

The Twelve Chairs

April 18, 2006

Born in 1926 in Brooklyn, New York, Mel Brooks got his start as a stand-up comedian working the resorts circuit in the Catskills. A few years later, he was working as a television writer on various shows for Sid Caesar alongside future comedy legends,... 

Batman The Animated Series: Volume 3

December 15, 2005

Batman lay dormant on the animated front during the 1980s. It wasn’t until the commercial success of Tim Burton’s films that Warner Bros. green-lighted an animated series. Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski were chosen to work on the new show based on concept... 

National Lampoon’s Animal House – Double Secret Probation

December 9, 2001

It’s time to put on your toga and tap a keg because Animal House is celebrating its 25th anniversary. And what better way to celebrate the misadventures of Bluto, Otter and Flounder than with a brand spankin’ new DVD. This is the third version released...