My name is Chaz. A former co-worker (Dave) always misheard my name as "Chad." Complicating matters was a third co-worker, who was in fact named Chad. So Dave habitually called me the "other Chad."
It's no classic, but The Campaign provides plenty of laughs.
A documentary about Tight, a rock band made up entirely of female porn stars, managed by Bree Olson.
The Flinstones meet Count Rockula and Frankenstone, later Fred and Barney are rival little league coaches.
A coffee table book with clear-headed critiques and lots of pictures from every Spielberg film.
A little seamless audio trickery helps restore this classic show.
A reissue of the coffee table book originally released in 2002, this is a nice companion piece to the movie.
From Sir George Martin to Henry Winkler, Swirsky spent eight years tracking people down and recorded their Beatle encounters.
Basically the "underwater Smurfs," the Snorks were a Saturday morning fixture from 1984-89.
Twenty-one funky soul ballads from the '70s that you've very likely never heard before——but should.
The film may be incoherent and indulgent, but the Blu-ray sounds great and has cool bonus features.