4/28/14

The Horshack Redemption #16: Mitchell (1975)





The Professor and Gilligan break down their top 3 TV catch phrases then tackle the 1975 Joe Don Baker flick, Mitchell.  Give it a listen!

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4/21/14

Cinema #35: Great Moments in Cinematic Cleavage



Imogen was affectionately known as the Countess of Cleavage, so it seems fitting to begin our list of great moments in cinematic cleavage with her.British boobscape.  Buckle up, passengers, there's 17 more to go and it's bound to be a bouncy ride!

4/15/14

Retrospace Sharity #4: Girly Magazines


No worries - I'm not peddling porn on Retrospace.  None of these magazines have nudity; they're all from the days before censorship was lifted and things got dirty in a hurry. This is good clean fun for the 1950's male.  So, go fix yourself a highball, kick back in your Barcalounger, and download some free Golden Age girly magazines.  And you're welcome.


4/8/14

Needlework A-Go Go #34


For you vintage fashion aficionados, I've scanned a couple Modern Needlecraft magazines.  Nothing particularly dazzling, but it's one more piece of vintage ephemera nearly lost to the traces of time.  Viva preservaciĆ³n!

4/4/14

Deep Thoughts #9: Our Shared Pop Culture Wasteland


There's something to the fact that Generation X was immersed in a pop culture that was shared.  In other words, we all watched TV in the evening, and there was basically only three channels to choose from.  So we all have a communal memory of TV in the 70s.  There wasn't much selection, we all did it, and thereby we as a generation have a shared experience.

Stay with me.  I'm going somewhere with this.

4/3/14

The Horshack Redemption #15: Visiting Hours (1982)




The new episode is up. This time The Professor and Gilligan tackle the 1982 Canadian horror flick Visiting Hours.  Be sure to also catch our "Top 3 Hot TV Moms" and answer the $64,000 Question: "Why does contemporary music suck?" 

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