My final look at 1980s cinema includes a classic political warning, the best Bond and the worst Star Trek.
Join me in the fourth installment of my journey through the bizarre cinema of the 1980s.
Rampaging monsters, lecherous nerds and an out-of-control freight train hitch a ride on our journey through 1980s cinema.
Part II of my look at 1980s cinema serves up a fantasy epic, space history and an eerie and disturbing horror film, among others.
Part I of my series on what the cinema of the 1980s means, and where best to see it.
What's doing in San Francisco in 1915? We could go to a World's Fair or listen to scratchy records on a very expensive Victrola.
Should we eat oysters, see Alan Arkin play an alien, or stay in and guess about who shot J.R.? Welcome to 1980!
Bad Star Trek, a $5.00 Italian dinner, topless waitresses, one of the Righteous Brothers and a Newde Girl in a Fishbowl await us as we go on the town in San Francisco in 1968.
Welcome to an evening of 40-cent drinks, female impersonators and juvenile delinquent movies. And you thought the 1950s were boring!
Want to go on a date in the Bay City in 1937? Would you rather see Leslie Howard, Hawaiian dancing girls or a realistic donkey marionette?