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Music Review: Various Artists – ‘Forbidden Broadway: Comes Out Swinging!’

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A must for the cognoscenti. For the rest of us, it may turn us on to what we've been missing. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Four Tree Plays’ and ‘Million Dollar Hair’ at the Hollywood Fringe

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A thoughtful avant-garde theater piece and a full-on musical parody are two of the highlights of this year's Hollywood Fringe Festival. Read More »

Movie Review: Stitches (2012)

On April Fools night, I attended the gala red carpet American premiere of Stitches, an Irish horror spoof starring Ross Noble, an English comedian who has yet to be well-known in the States, but this film may help to start opening doors in America for him. Noble wasn’t present at the screening, but the film’s director/co-writer, Conor McMahon, and its ... Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Absolutely Filthy at Sacred Fools

Absolutely Filthy is good, clean, dirty fun. This unauthorized parody of Peanuts honors its pedigree. Read More »

Book Review: The Dark Frontier by Eric Ambler

Eric Ambler's debut novel The Dark Frontier foreshadows the masterly thrillers to come. Read More »

Book Review: Bored of the Rings: A Parody by the Harvard Lampoon

The Harvard Lampoon's new edition of Bored of the Rings is as funny now as it was when it debuted in 1969. Read More »

Book Review: The Woman Who Died A Lot: A Thursday Next Novel by Jasper Fforde

Jasper Fforde's The Woman Who Died a Lot takes its silliness seriously. Read More »

Book Review: Dirty Work by Michael Lamendola

Funny. Entertaining. Suspenseful. Read it and laugh. Read More »

Book Review: Fifty Shames of Earl Grey: A Parody by Fanny Merkin (aka Andrew Shaffer)

Witty and unassuming, Andrew Shaffer's Fifty Shames of Earl Grey comments on the faults of society in his hilarious debut. Read More »

DVD Review: The Disco Exorcist

Director Richard Griffin perfectly captures the look and tone of cheap '70s exploitation horror in The Disco Exorcist. Read More »