The Great “Friday The 13th Part 2” Debate

September 9, 2004 MGP 3

I’ve been on a bit of an 80s horror movie bender over the past week or two, which has led me to watch the first four installments of the “Friday The 13th” franchise (in order, of course). In fact, the occasional occurrence of the actual date during a given year will often prompt me to gather some horror fiends together to drink and watch a few of the films, often […]

The Golden Age of Independent TV

August 25, 2004 MGP 0

Before the rise of The Little Three (UPN, WB, and FOX), there were once independently-owned television stations in the United States. If you were an American born in the 1980s or later, you probably either never saw them or never even heard of them, but they actually existed — no network, no affiliation — and they were wonderful! My favorite as an occasional resident of Massachusetts was WLVI-56. (They are […]

Fun With The Soundtracks
To “The Omen” Movies

November 21, 2002 MGP 0

Last night, I’d helped out my local rockstar best friend, Casey, design his recent music project CD cover and tray insert. After which, he and I, along with his rather fetching girlfriend, broke out “Damien: Omen II” on DVD, since his gal pal hadn’t seen it. A track that appears in this movie in reprise form as well as being the opening title track in the first movie is “Ave […]