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- John on The Walking Dead Recap: Episode 2.5 – Chupacabra
- Stephanie on [Taste of Asia] Shinobi: Heart Under Blade ( 2005)
- elinore on This Week in Odd History: Kepler’s Mother Arrested for Witchcraft (August 7, 1620)
- HirumiKato on Gordon Ramsay’s Recipe For Kitchen Nightmare Success
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- Spike on Day 14: Every “Peanuts” Strip Featuring a Zamboni
- GEorge on [Old Movies / Young Eyes] Slaughterhouse-Five (1972)
- Erin on Back to the Beginning: Yes’s Self-Titled Debut vs. Fly From Here
- D. Andrew White on Revisiting the Battle of Los Angeles: February 24, 1942
- Amy on [Retro Bunker] The Railway Dragon (1989)
The Way They Were Archive
Posted on May 10, 2011 | 5 CommentsThis guy’s filmography is too diverse to list just five or six movies, and so I’m quite sure I’ll skip your favorite. Based upon his iconic image and representation among various genres, it’s probably a safe bet that his epitaph will read, “You made my...
Posted on April 26, 2011 | 3 CommentsThis week’s The Way They Were features an actress who is no longer with us, but has nonetheless left an indelible mark on pop culture. From her appearance on the premier issue of Playboy magazine, she, as much as anyone has defined feminine sexuality for...
Posted on April 5, 2011 | 9 CommentsBefore we go any farther, I wish to include the following disclaimer/qualifier: Keanu Reeves is gorgeous, passes my Cracker Test and is (according to my friends in Los Angeles who have interviewed him or waited on him as a server in a restaurant) a complete...
Posted on March 29, 2011 | 10 CommentsFrom the high points on her filmography, one could say that Helena Bonham Carter has cornered the market on quirky. It would seem as if her entire catalogue hinges upon singular characters. Her collaboration with auteur Tim Burton and Johnny Depp has reinforced her association...
Posted on March 22, 2011 | 5 CommentsCentral to the theme of The Way They Were is to highlight the careers of actors who have left an indelible image on pop culture through their work. This week’s installment is about a walking icon. Here is an actor whose filmography is so iconic...
Posted on March 15, 2011 | 2 CommentsTHE WAY THEY WERE – A look back at the movie stylings of NATALIE PORTMAN With an eye toward deconstructing the historical effect of films, actors and their impact on and formation of pop culture, we bring you The Way They Were: a look back...
Posted on March 8, 2011 | 6 CommentsTHE WAY THEY WERE – A look back at the movie stylings of JOHN TRAVOLTA Submitted: @mckra1g, March 2, 2011 One of my life’s overriding fascinations is observing the confluence of pop culture and the society which consumes it. Pop culture is both arbiter and...