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Kandice Stroh Dierdre Foxes 1980

FOR THE RECORD: FOXES’ Kandice Stroh on why Dierdre is so misunderstood and the deleted scenes that explain everything.

By Tara McNamara / March 18, 2020 /

An exclusive interview with Kandice Stroh who reflects on the making of the film considered to be one of the best teen films of all time, FOXES (1980).

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Gastronomic Glam: Oscar Party Menu Ideas That’ll Amuse Your Guests

By Tara McNamara / February 7, 2020 /

Oscar Party food suggestions for 2020 are themed to celebrate the Best Picture nominees.

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Academy Awards 2019: Marvelous Menu Items for an Outstanding Oscar Party

By Tara McNamara / February 17, 2019 /

If there’s one thing you should know about us, it’s that we love movies, we love food, and we LOVE the Academy Awards! Our Oscar night menu has become our calling card. There’s a couple ways to go when you’re picking out items for your menu: Is it something the characters ate? Is it something…

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Go DIRTY DANCING with Your Baby this Valentine’s Day: On Us!

By Tara McNamara / January 25, 2019 /

When it comes to choosing a Valentine’s Day activity – whether it’s a date with your loved one or best friend — it’s one time when you need a ringer. To make sure you have the time of your life, Fathom Events is returning Dirty Dancing  to the big screen on Sunday, Feb. 10 and Wednesday, Feb.…

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LOST BOYS Found Again at CW

By Tara McNamara / January 24, 2019 /

The Lost Boys is being made into a TV show by the CW. Variety’s description sounds pretty much like the 1987 Joel Schumacher film starring Jason Patric, Kiefer Sutherland, Jami Gertz, and the Two Coreys (Feldman, Haim): “It takes place in the seaside town of Santa Carla, home to a beautiful boardwalk, all the cotton…

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Yippee-Ki-Yay, We’ve Got DIE HARD 30th Anniversary Movie Tickets to Give Away!

By Tara McNamara / November 1, 2018 /

Congratulations to our winners! Robert Y. of Torrance, Calif.; Roger F. of Orlando, Fla.; Jim S. of Shadow Hills, Calif.; Andy G. of Plano, Texas; and Eff D. from Cincinnati, Ohio! Now, check out our next giveaway! Is Die Hard the most action-packed Christmas movie ever made? Or the best summertime blockbuster set during Christmas? We’ve…

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A Real McDowell’s is Your Halloween Treat

By Tara McNamara / October 31, 2018 /

Pop culture is embracing the ’80s for Halloween this year – both the Today and Good Morning America personalities dressed as iconic ’80s celebrities, movies, and TV shows. But one Hollywood restaurant is stepping up their Halloween game, and it will make your Soul Glo! Fat Sal’s Sandwich Shop is now emblazoned with the Golden Arc’s and…

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All Was Right for the Women of THE RIGHT STUFF

By Tara McNamara / May 15, 2018 /

“Do not eat the meat!” Veronica Cartwright says that while filming the huge Houston barbeque scene in The Right Stuff, a booming voice shouted over and over again with a reminder to not eat the steak served on all of the plates. Indeed, in the film, plates and plates of food are shown, and Dennis…

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I FEEL PRETTY is the unofficial reboot of BIG

By Tara McNamara / April 21, 2018 /

Amy Schumer’s I Feel Pretty is a lot of things: an extremely relatable physical comedy, a statement on what society has done to women’s body image, and a demonstration of the power of self-confidence. And, it’s an unofficial sequel to Big. It’s about a woman who is self-conscious about what she perceives to be her…

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Molly Ringwald Says John Hughes Films Were Empowering But Damaging to Teens

By Tara McNamara / April 6, 2018 /

80s Movie Guide is a site that celebrates what is wonderful about ’80s movies, while also pointing out how very, very messed up the messaging was to its target teen audience. Today, ’80s teen movie icon Molly Ringwald wrote a thoughtful, well-researched article for The New Yorker examining the films she made with John Hughes from both…

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