Music, Movies, TV – An Insider’s Perspective

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I think we can fix your Christmas spirit.

“Oh, Christmas isn’t just a day, it’s a frame of mind… and that’s what’s been changing. That’s why I’m glad I’m here, maybe I can do something about it.”

kris kringle (miracle on 34th street – 1947)

Are you a person who says “Merry Christmas”, “Happy Holidays”, or “Bah Humbug”?

I was a “Bah Humbug” gal until I saw that everything is on sale at

Their sale prices have sparked my “Gift Giving” spirit!

Although it may be hard to believe there are people who like to enjoy and celebrate Christmas all year long. Many of these people move to towns that also celebrate Christmas every day of the year.

It’s always Christmas in Santa Claus, Indiana

In case you would like to visit these places (or stay far away from them), these unusual and unique cities are, Solvang California, Santa Claus Indiana, Pigeon Forge Tennessee, Frankenmuth Michigan, Christmas Florida, Rovaniemi Finland, Christmas Valley Oregon, North Pole New York, West Jefferson North Carolina, and of course the OG home of Santa at the North Pole in Alaska.

If you are one of the millions of people that LOVE Christmas or “the holidays” you will be excited to read about all the holiday movies that are now available…and best of all “NOW ON SALE”

This will be the first year since the pandemic that we are hosting the Christmas feast and festivities at our house. We will share joy, feast, exchange gifts and hug all of those that we missed the last couple of years.

There are some that I did not miss so I am psyching myself up now for the “HAPPY HOLIDAY FAMILY REUNION.”

It is time to break out the holiday recipes, the decorations and to dust off the “good plates.” I am typically not a good cook, but I am a fantastic holiday chef. It is the only real meal that I have cooked for nearly 45 years. I can throw-down on holiday meals but if you drop by my house any other day of the year be prepared for takeout…or to bring your own food…or to simply starve.

If you are also having family and friends over for the holidays you will want to keep them occupied so that their weird conversations, politics or their “good advice” does not surface. The best way to keep your guests occupied is to have some great holiday films, music, festive snacks, holiday drinks and especially spiked eggnog.

So, if you need some suggestions or reminders about the entertainment that will keep your guests joyous and happy while they are at your holiday gathering,

I have put together a list of some of my favorite holiday movies.

It is my hope that you thoroughly enjoy your holidays and your loved ones. But if you are apprehensive about your gathering, just remember that it is only one or a few times a year. Keep your guests full of festive foods and drinks and keep them focused on some great holiday films. It’s hard to be grumpy while watching some heart-warming or funny holiday movies.

If you are having guests of all ages from “loud kids” to grandparents you may want to set up a couple of rooms with TV’s. If you are like me you may not have all the food ready so you might need a little “alone time” in the kitchen. The best way to keep your guests occupied and happy is to get them engaged in some holiday films. Look at the run-times on the films and you will know how long you have to put the final touches on your feast. And how long you have to enjoy that secret holiday beverage you may have stashed away in the kitchen.

If you are having some older guests over you may want to set them up with a classic film. Some of these films are the traditional ones that most people know and love.

Here are a few recommendations for your older guests but if you have not seen these films in a while they might bring out the holiday spirit in you too!

“It’s a Wonderful Life”

Many call this the most popular Christmas film of all-time. The American Film Institute ranks it as #11 on their list of the 100 Greatest American Films of All Time. carries a great selection of everything you could want for “It’s A Wonderful Life” just click here

“Miracle on 34th Street” (1947)

This highly popular and traditional holiday film was released just six months after “It’s a Wonderful Life.”

Apparently people were still in the mood for another heart-warming and feel-good Christmas classic because this one is also an award-winning film. This film is preserved in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as a “culturally and historical” film.

In 1994 a modern version of the 1947 film was released. Mara Wilson of “Mrs. Doubtfire” fame took on the role of Susan Walker who was originally portrayed by Natalie Wood in the 1947 version.

I enjoyed both versions of this classic Christmas movie.

Pick up the 70th Anniversary edition of this classic 1947 film with this link.
Or get the 1994 remake with this link. Both will make a great gifts too.

Did you know there is a “King of Christmas” …other than Santa Claus?

Back in the day there was a guy named Bing Crosby. He was known as a crooner, which means he could really belt out a song. He could do it all, from soft and smooth to boldly and powerfully delivering a great vocal performance.

Many ladies (now grandmothers or great grandmothers) found him to be the heart throb of their generation. Bing became one of the best-known artists to release Christmas music. This is how he became known as the “KING OF CHRISTMAS.”

Back then fans called it Christmas music, and this did not seem to bother or offend anyone. Today, whether you call it Christmas or holiday music you know you will hear it starting around Halloween and all the way through December. I prefer hearing it the day after Thanksgiving.

Bing Crosby was also an actor that became the “face” of Christmas. Bing was the first star of multimedia, with success in radio, record sales and motion pictures. Bing recorded over 1600 songs, and he starred or appeared in more than 70 films. He was one of the most popular artists in the world between 1930 to 1954. His Christmas music and films have become Holiday Classics.

Here are the most popular Bing Crosby Holiday films

  • “Going My Way” is a feel-good film that won 7 academy awards to include the Best Picture Award in 1945 Available on DVD here
  • “Bells of St. Mary’s” for this one you may want to break out the tissues. Bing Crosby and the Academy Award winning actor Ingrid Bergman star in this sequel to “Going My Way.” Available on DVD here
  • “Holiday Inn” starring Bing and Fred Astaire. This film inspired the name for the popular “Holiday Inn” hotels. It is also the film that established the song “White Christmas” as an iconic Christmas classic. Available on DVD here
  • “White Christmas” is one of the most popular Christmas songs of all-time so of course it needed its own movie. If you have not seen this film in a long time or EVER, you may want to see this one and own it. Available on DVD here

And now for some slightly newer Holiday favorites that just might be a hit for your gatherings or those cozy nights at home.

Even if your guests have seen these films before they are all worthy of seeing again…and again. They are also worth adding to your own collections for this holiday and for years to come. It is my hope that you will enjoy these films enough to make them a tradition for your holiday festivities.

During the holidays I enjoy movies from all genres, the iconic classics, romantic comedies, dramas, family films, kid movies and even the occasional holiday horror film. No matter what your favorite genre may be, you can always find a great holiday film to entertain you..

I will provide a list of some of the most popular Hanukkah movies too so keep reading or skip down to that section of my recommendations.

Here are the films that set my mood and spirit for the holidays.

“A Christmas Story” (1983)

Since the release, this has been a personal favorite. My Godson first saw this movie at age 6 and now at 14, we are still watching this movie every year. He also recites iconic lines from the movie, year-round. Those leg lamps you see in stores around the holidays were popularized in this film. The movie has some strong language, however the “F word” is replaced with “fudge.” There is also some bullying in the film. Kids learn that licking a frozen pole is not a good decision even if you were “triple dog dared.”

“A Christmas Story” has become a Christmas cult classic. We view it many times throughout the holidays in my home.

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“Home Alone” (1990)

Although this was not Macaulay Culkin’s first time in front of the camera it was where most of us discovered this brilliant child actor. He was just 10 when he portrayed an 8-year-old who was mistakenly left home alone while his family took off to Paris for the holidays. While alone he had to contend with and protect himself and his home from burglars.

John Hughes wrote this popular comedy. He was one of the most celebrated screenwriters of the 80’s and 90’s. This film is good for all ages.

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“Home Alone 2” (1992)

What are the odds our star of “Home Alone” could be left alone again?

Young Macaulay was box office gold in 1990 so why not bring him back with a new dilemma to contend with. Only this time we find him lost and alone in New York. This was the second film in the Home Alone franchise. Due to the success of the original Home Alone this one opened at #1 and with over 31 million dollars in its first week. If you need to entertain guests a little longer while you finish your cooking, this pairs well with the first “Home Alone.”

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You can get Home Alone and Home Alone 2 together on DVD here

There were two additional movies released in this franchise, “Home Alone 3 in 1997 and “Home Alone: Taking Back the House” in 2002. If you need to resort to these two films for more cooking time, it is time to order a pizza and pour more festive drinks.

“ELF” (2003)

If you need a laugh, this film will bring many. For comedy, you cannot go wrong when it comes to movies starring Will Ferrell. Will plays a human who was raised by elves as a “big human elf.” He decides he wants to leave the North Pole to find his biological father in New York. However, his father does not know about his son and the gigantic elf that is headed to find him. Elf is a heart-felt comedy and one that everyone could enjoy.

Available as an Ultimate Edition Gift Set with Bonus DVD and CD here

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Fun Fact: Will Ferrell was offered 29 million to star in the sequel of Elf. After reviewing the script, he turned it down and went on to film many more hit films. Will Ferrell is ranked at No. 79 with over $2,547,244,884 in box office sales.

“A Charlie Brown Christmas” (1965)

This was a Christmas TV special based on the iconic comic strip created by the famed cartoonist, Charles M. Schultz. He is highly celebrated and regarded as the most influential cartoonist of all-time.

When my sons watched this repeatedly in the 70’s and 80’s I enjoyed it too. It never felt like Christmas until we watched this together.

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“The Holiday” (2006)

I love a great romantic comedy and I love them even more around the holidays. This film is a little longer than most holiday movies, but I wanted even more. It stars Kate Winslet, Jude Law and Cameron Diaz. We have seen these actors in other romantic roles but together they are magic in “The Holiday.” These two ladies are feeling discouraged about men, so they swap homes in their home countries. While vacationing each one of them ends up meeting men that they decide to let into their lives. Both men played by Jude Law and Jack Black are so loveable in these roles. Since moving last year I am not sure where this film is at, so I am buying it again today. I LOVE THIS FILM!

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“Last Holiday” (2006)

Don’t trust the “critics” on this one. It’s a feel good movie about an inspiring character. Just the way she interacts with other characters (even minor ones) is enough to make you want to watch this movie every year!

If you are in the mood for another great holiday rom com, this one is perfect. It stars Queen Latifah and LL Cool J. I do not want to give away the plot on this one, but it is charming, witty and has a lot of heart. I LOVED IT

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“Love Actually” (2003)

This is not just a favorite at Christmas, this is one of my favorite movies year-round. “Love Actually” was brilliantly written and directed by Richard Curtis. The ensemble cast is packed with star power. It is a “who’s, who” of British Superstars as well as some of our best American actors. I cannot think of another film where you will find, Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Alan Rickman, Rowan Atkinson, Laura Linney and more all in the same cast. The film is set in London during five weeks prior to Christmas. We are introduced to ten couples that all have diverse types of love stories. As the story unfolds we learn how these couples all are linked in some way. The film and soundtrack are spectacular. This is a soundtrack that you can enjoy in its entirety. After watching the film one time you will want to see it again, and again. I highly suggest that you add “Love Actually” to your collection of great films.

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You can get the Soundtrack on LP Vinyl here

“The Nightmare Before Christmas” (1993)

This is one of Tim Burtons most popular and beloved films. As a master of gothic fantasy and horror films, this American writer, director, and producer adds his own unique signature style and look to his films. The Nightmare Before Christmas was conceived from a poem written by Burton. This dark fantasy is an animated musical featuring the music and voice of Danny Elfman of the legendary 1980’s new wave band Oingo Boingo.

This is a great film throughout the year but at Christmas it is a tradition and a classic in my home.

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“Bad Santa” (2003)

This is a dark comedy and not recommended for children. For a room full of adult guests this will have them laughing out loud. It’s one of my favorite films starring Billy Bob Thornton. This was also the late John Ritter’s last live-action film before his sudden death in 2003.

Bad Santa is the story of Willie T. Soke (Billie Bob Thornton and his dwarf sidekick and assistant (Tony Cox). They are thieves that become department store employees during the holidays as a Santa and his elf. They take this job every year just to rob stores within the malls at closing time. Willie is a sex addict and alcoholic that certainly should not be around children. This Santa is vulgar and “WRONG” in every way. But somehow we like him. If you want some great belly-laughs “Bad Santa” is for you.

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“National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” (1989)

This was the third film in National Lampoon’s Vacation film series and it is my favorite of the three. It was written by the late great author and filmmaker, John Hughes. He wrote, produced, and directed some of the most iconic and successful comedy films of the 80’s and 90’s. This film has some of my favorite performances from the star Chevy Chase. The entire Griswold family is hilarious in this comedy. If you have guests from out of town you may want to play this at your holiday gathering. Be prepared to LOL!

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And here’s my last recommendation to get you through a long holiday weekend with your guests…

“Last Christmas” (2019)

This was one of the last holiday films I saw in the theatre before the pandemic. This is an American-British romantic comedy. I loved the previews and could not wait to see it.

It is a story that was co-written by one of the stars of the film, Emma Thompson. Last Christmas is based on the enormously popular hit song, “Last Christmas” by Wham. The film was inspired by the music of the late pop, superstar George Michael so the film and soundtrack is loaded with great Wham and George Michael music. The end of the movie features a brand-new George Michael song he recorded just prior to his death. “This is How We Want You To Get High” was previously unreleased.

The romantic chemistry between the stars of “Last Christmas” was HOT and believable

Last Christmas stars Emilia Clarke who is best known for “Game of Thrones” and the handsome star of “Crazy Rich Asians,” Henry Golding.

If you love a great rom com…. LAST CHRISTMAS is for you!

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Here are a few suggestions for kids

Hanukkah Suggestions

This should be enough fix your holiday spirit!

You can always find an EXCELLENT selection of all holiday films, music, and merch at with this link

I hope my suggestions are a hit at your holiday gatherings…. keep the snacks coming and the glasses full as you enjoy some of my favorite films.

This Friday we celebrate our Veterans


In my household, we love, respect, celebrate and honor our Veterans. Both my partner (Carla) and I had father’s that served in the military. Carla serves Veterans every day as a devoted and caring health care worker at the V.A. hospital.

When I have had the honor to meet some of the many Veterans that Carla has cared for, they have told me beautiful stories about their service, love of their country and their military brotherhood. We always stop to talk to Veterans when we see them and offer assistance when we can.

When a new military film is released we see it as soon as we can. Neither one of us enjoy violent movies but we do like understanding what these brave men and women have gone through while fighting for and protecting our freedom and our country.

Today while browsing the titles that are featured on for their site-wide sale I was drawn to the Military films. I prefer films that depict real stories and are often emotional. War and Military films are set in various times throughout history. The atmosphere may be different depending on the era, but the brotherhood of the soldiers remains the same through every branch of the military and through every war or conflict.

Once again, I THANK all veterans and those currently serving our country for your bravery and protection of our country. I also thank the families that that stand behind their loved ones and wait patiently for them to return from their duties and missions.


These films and a full selection of military films can be found on I have included links to my personal favorites that include full descriptions of the films as well as the trailers.

Saving Private Ryan / Winner of 5 Academy Awards

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Thank You for Your Service / This a moving film starring Miles Teller.

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Megan Leavey / Based on a true story of a female Marine corporal (Purple Heart recipient) and her bond with a military combat dog.

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American Sniper / Award winning film starring Bradley Cooper

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Zero Dark Thirty / Academy Award Winner

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Lone Survivor / Award winning film starring Mark Wahlberg

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The Hurt Locker / Winner of 6 Academy Awards to include: Best Picture and Best Director

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Black Hawk Down / Winner of 2 Academy Awards

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Platoon / Academy Award Winner with an All-Star Cast

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Dunkirk / Winner of 3 Academy Awards

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Red Tails / Powerful story of the Tuskegee Airmen

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Good Morning Vietnam / A lighter look including the comedic genius of Robin Williams.

Buy it here

Here is a historical fact about Veterans Day and why it is tied to a specific time on November 11, each year.

The day of recognition was first called Armistice Day. On November 11, 1918, at 11:00 am a cease-fire or armistice took place in Europe during World War 1. President Woodrow Wilson said that the armistice anniversary deserved recognition and on June 4, 1928, congress passed a resolution to make it a legal holiday and it was in 27 states. In 1938 November 11 was made a legal holiday. After World War II the act was amended to honor veterans of that war as well as Korea. In 1954 the name was changed to Veterans Day.

Wishing all of our Veterans as well as those that are currently serving our country a beautiful…..11/11/2022

JUST A THOUGHT…..about Halloween

I don’t know about you but in these times of inflation and especially with the high price of gas, I am looking at all ways I can save some money. Let’s face it, I may cut some corners on certain things, but I still need to feed my obsession for good entertainment and fun.

For me Halloween has always been the fun holiday. You are not coming together with family for big feasts, gift giving and the dreaded pretending you love everyone in the room. Halloween can certainly be celebrated with family, but it’s usually the ones you have FUN with. It’s the family members who can enjoy the same sick and twisted horror films that you love.

If you have small children (or small grandchildren as I do), you will probably be out in the streets while they fill up their bags of candy. That is always fun until you get home and discover they have eaten one too many skittles and are bouncing off the walls.

This year Halloween falls on a school night, so I suggest you ration the candy. After inspecting their bags for all the dangerous things, we are warned about, you can also remove ALL YOUR favorite candy. This way the kiddos will have less candy to keep them buzzing till the next holiday of Thanksgiving.

Violet Brown Told Me – Halloween Tip:

While inspecting your princess or superheroes’ candy, “remove” the ones you like!

I am a grandparent that loves seeing my “most beautiful-in the world” granddaughter but I have noticed some miserable Grandma’s trekking down the street trying to keep an eye on their little Princess or Superhero that are literally in a sea of little Princesses and Superheroes. These are the Grandma’s or sometimes Pa’s that have adult children who’ve dressed up like what they feel is funny or sexy and have headed off to get “extra-happy” (drunk) at a friend’s party. They know that their little one is in good hands since they have pawned them off on Grandma.

If you have teens they will probably want to do what you like to do (minus the alcohol). They may want to have a few friends over to eat all the candy you have bought to hand out to the kids and to watch horror films.

If there are no kids in your household and you find yourself hosting “the Halloween party” you will want to have some great horror films on hand.

So, getting back to feeding my need for entertainment…fun…and SAVING MONEY.

I clicked on’s Halloween Buy More Save More Sale and was pleasantly surprised to find loads of great Halloween films. And not just the ones you see in big bins at the front of stores. You know the ones…the movies that 4 other people are throwing around while digging to the bottom of the bin to find just one they have heard of.

The link will take you to a heading that says “HALLOWEEN: BUY MORE, SAVE MORE….There you can read the description of the film and even view the original trailer to see if it is “GORY” enough for your little demon get together. And guess what, you will find the classics that we all know so well, and the films that grab the attention of your twisted, sick mind (oh sorry, maybe that’s just me).

So, save gas, avoid sifting through discount bins filled with the D-list Halloween films and save BIG BUCKS on all YOUR FAVORITE HALLOWEEN, HORROR, SCI-FI and THRILLER FILMS…


Great Documentaries – Part 2

Music Documentaries – The biggest sub-genre of documentary film making for good reason.

Everyone loves music and many of us have favorite genres of music and favorite artists. I suppose this is why “music documentaries” are the biggest sub-genre of documentary films. We all like to take a closer look into the lives of our favorite artists and the music they create. We want to know everything about “our artists” or our favorite type (genre) of music. Great documentary filmmakers have a responsibility to paint a full and truthful picture of their topic and in this case, artist, band, or genre of music.

Many people make documentaries and often upload them to YouTube but there are some filmmakers that work on their film for years and they also have big budgets to create the “perfect” documentary that will please the fans and often get them to the theatre.

Documentaries “document” reality, history, and periods of time. They educate while also entertaining us. I personally can’t get enough of documentaries. They have grown to be my favorite genre of films. They are usually made by experts and authorities on certain topics but what I admire most is the heart and love that most of the filmmakers pour into their documentary films.

I love MUSIC……..

Music has been my life and my savior at times. It has been with me through happy and sad times. I made music my career since it is something I knew best and loved the most. I am living proof of the old saying……..

 “If you do what you love, you will never work a day in your life”

I also love sharing music with others. I am “beyond” pleased to share some of my favorite “music docs” with you. I hope you will take the time to watch the film trailers that I have included. Even if you are not a fan of the artist or the genre you can learn something about each one of them….And who knows, you may find something new that you will soon LOVE!


Summer of Soul

(…Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

This film won 2 Academy Awards in 2022 for “Best Documentary” feature and for “Best Music Film”

Director Questlove’s music documentary explores and reclaims the legacy of the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival: a watershed six-week event of the civil rights movement.

Here is a taste of this stunning , soulful piece of history: Summer of Soul – Official Trailer (2021) Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder – YouTube

I especially loved this feature that aired on CBS Sunday Morning: “Summer of Soul”: Rescuing a historic Harlem music festival – YouTube

Click here to add it to your collection: Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) Dolby, AC-3, Subtitled on


The Beatles: Get Back

An incredible look into the twilight days of the Beatles

Gaining access to 60 hours of footage shot for the 1970 album and making-of documentary “Let It Be,” and utilizing innovative restoration techniques, Peter Jackson delivered an astonishingly comprehensive window into the twilight days of The Beatles. John, Paul, George, and Ringo are revealed as never before. This is 7 3/4 hrs. on three discs and I still wanted more.

I loved the sneak peek from the director Peter Jackson so I thought you might enjoy it too: The Beatles: Get Back – A Sneak Peek from Peter Jackson – YouTube

And here is the finished trailer: The Beatles: Get Back | Official Trailer | Watch in Dolby – YouTube

If you are a Beatles fan or know one, this documentary will be an amazing addition to any music collection….If you want to give a meaningful gift, it just does not get better than this! “GET BACK” IS A MUST HAVE!

Get it here: The Beatles: Get Back 3 Pack, Dolby, AC-3 on


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The Secret to Happiness = Documentaries

Could your taste in documentaries lead to finding your perfect mate?

I recently read a friends post that said “I found my perfect match; we like the same documentaries”…could there be some truth in this statement?

I have been in my relationship over four decades and it’s true for us. We might argue about some TV shows to watch or what to have for dinner but when it comes to Docs, we are always on the same page.

Are we birds of a feather, flocking together?

We often learn a lot about each other based on the music, books, and movies we like. I have noticed that the best way to spark up a conversation and to get to know new friends is by asking them about the music, books, or their favorite movies, and podcasts. When they reveal their favorite documentaries, it’s probably the most telling. This gives a clear picture of the interests that are important in their life. When you hear the subjects and topics of their documentaries you will usually know if you are sticking around for more conversation or running off to your “imaginary meeting”.

Everyone seems to have favorite documentaries.

And just like the old saying, “there is someone for everyone” there are documentaries for everyone. No matter what you are interested in, you will find a podcast, or documentary for your viewing or listening pleasure (and even your guilty pleasures).

I love documentaries about Music, Art, Crime, History, Politics, Animals, the Environment, and something I like to call “twisted topics.” Twisted topics could be dark, shocking, edgy or anything my twisted mind finds appealing at the time. I am always open to watching documentaries to learn more about other things.

In August I will be featuring some of my favorite documentaries and films of special interest. Since I have so many based on a lot of topics I am going to break them up by my interests.

Since I view documentaries as an “ART” form, I have chosen “ART DOCUMENTARIES” as my first post in this series of “GREAT DOCUMENTARIES”


I want to give shout out to the amazing and talented members of the Long Beach Arts Council. I am proud to live in a city that is so supportive of the Arts and the Artists that flourish within Long Beach, California. Our art council participates in many things throughout the city. And as they should since Art surrounds us throughout all that we do.

I hope you will take the time to enjoy the trailers I have provided and to add some of these great documentaries to your own collections.

Exit Through the Gift Shop

This is the inside story of street art.

What happens when fame, money and vandalism collide? This is one of the most provocative art films ever made…a Banksy film!

How to get your copy:

Exit Through the Gift Shop is available at Get it on Blu-ray with this link and save 43% right now!

Movie Clips – Banksy “Exit Through the Gift Shop” Clips – YouTube

Trailer – Exit Through the Gift Shop Trailer – YouTube

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Could you be in a cult and not know it?

Can watching movies with friends or groups of people that seem similar to you lead to being in a cult?


There are many CLASSIC FILMS that are considered to be a masterpiece like Harry Potter, Star Wars or The Titanic. But there is also a plethora of movies called “CULT FILMS.” These films have a low budget, low box office numbers and a low following compared to the most “popular” movies with extremely devoted followers.

“When they go low, a specific cult film audience sometimes goes high.” I consider cult films to be high art, especially the classic Cheech & Chong films.

This comedic duo were OG’s in the cult movie game! Use this link to Browse all Cheech and Chong titles

And if you love Cheech and Chong I know you will love this profoundly serious 1936 film that has become known as one of the most hilarious films that helped to start the cult movie craze….

This golden age classic “REEFER MADNESS” is always a “HIT” at every cult film get together. Use this link to get it.

If you have never seen Reefer Madness I highly suggest seeing it with a group of friends and “unique snacks”

Cult films can be hilarious, horrific, bloody, gory, sexy, strange, evil, weird, naughty, scary and something the popular kids and their parents just don’t understand.

While the mass majority of movie goers shy away from films with questionable content, there are legions of “cool misfits” that just can’t get enough of cult films. In fact, they often see these films over and over again. They are passionate and dedicated to their favorite “off-beat” films. They shout-out dialogue and quote lines from their favorite films. You are highly likely to see people dressing up as characters or actively participating at a local midnight showing of some of the films that made it to “CULT CLASSIC” status .

The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is a cult-classic and the “KING of CULT FILMS.”

“The Rocky Horror Show” started in 1973 as a play in London. The play became a movie and “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” premiered on September 25, 1975. For 47 years there have been audiences all over the world dressing up like Frank N. Furter, Riff Raff, Rocky, Columbia, Magenta, Brad, Janet and the other 49 characters. They bring their own props to the midnight shows, they sing, shout out replies to lines in the movie and they famously do the “Time Warp.”

Let’s see if YOU remember how to do the “Time Warp”…no worries, no one is looking

“Time Warp” from the 1975 “Rocky Horror Picture Show”

Although I have seen the movie many times I am proud to say that I was one of the original members of the audience at The Roxy Theater on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood that attended the live production over a nine-month run in 1974. For the movie premiere myself and my Road Dawg Sheila, went on a bus with cast members from The Roxy theater in Hollywood to the United Artists Theatre in Westwood, California.

The Roxy live audience was much like the midnight movie audience, we dressed up, sang loudly and everyone did the time warp. This was definitely one of the “BEST” times of my life. Shout out to “Sheila” who joined me for many “Rocky” nights at The Roxy. I know she is reading this “cult movie” feature because she is still a cool, unique, weirdo, misfit.

Cult films are NOT to be watched alone.

You must share the “dark beauty” of your favorite cult films with your wackiest, most unique, weird, nerdy, and strange, mis-fit friends. These are typically the friends who are most likely to have ALL their badges from ALL their years attending Comic-Con. And they are always ready to tell you how each year was better than the rest…(these same friends may also be the ones most likely to have body parts in their freezer)….just kidding about the freezer but they WILL have those Comic-Con badges and wristbands.

Do you have what it takes to be a Cult Leader or are you more of a follower?

If you are considering having a CULT MOVIE party or a CULT MOVIE marathon, at your house or a venue, you should take on the role as the “CULT LEADER” for the day.

  • The CULT LEADER chooses the CULT FILM or films to bring to the party.
  • The followers usually bring the party favors, the junk food and the “brewskis”

It is not easy to recommend Cult Films because they are usually tailored to the specific taste of the viewers. For instance, there are cult groups that are enthusiastic about women’s prison films, naughty nurses, or nuns, while others love zombies, cannibals, and gory horror films.

I will offer some suggestions for a party with a mixture for those who like the popular, big budget cult films and for those that like to dig-deep into the freaky cult film vault.


The Rocky Horror Picture ShowGet your Rocky fix with this link

The Big Lebowski…DUDE, you need to OWN this one! Get the 20th Anniversary edition here

Harold & Maude (a personal favorite) I recommend the Blu-ray, get it here

Friday…Warning: you may need extra snacks for these films. Get all 3 films…1-3 here

Monty Python and the Holy Grail (If you love British humor, this is for you) Get it here

Fight Club…(Another personal favorite) has the Anniversary Edition here

Labyrinth…Get this dark film, directed by Jim Henson, but this one is NO MUPPET MOVIE. It stars David Bowie and you can get it here

American Psycho…not sure what this says about me, but I LOVE this movie. Get it here

Clerks…This classic Kevin Smith film is available here

Showgirls…This erotic, campy, cult drama centers around strippers and showgirls. Need I say more? Here’s the link

Donnie Darko…Jake Gyllenhaal and Drew Barrymore are incredible in this dark, sci-fi cult film. Get it here

Dazed and Confused…Star studded cast and A MUST SEE for all cult film enthusiasts. Get it here

The Room…loved this weirdly amazing movie! has it here

There are far too many popular Cult Films to name them all, but now you have a few choices to get your party started.

For those of you who like to dig deep for the hard-core cult films there are a ton more to choose from. Just read the titles because they often give you clues to the content of the films

Look for key words like Zombies, Sex, Evil, Girls, Women’s Prison, Naughty Nurses, Terror, Horror, Blood, Gore, Hell and all your favorite guilty pleasures. You will find the perfect films for those misfit friends I spoke about earlier in this feature.

Find all your off-beat, hard-core cult treasures HERE

ENJOY THESE CULT FILMS. When you find one you love, write back, and tell me how it warped your mind…or made you laugh your ass off.


Norman Lear is one of the most important figures in the history of television. He is one of the most important men behind the scenes of some of our most revered and beloved TV shows. Let me begin by telling you who Norman Lear is…..then I will tell you briefly about his history and the man who bravely served his country in World War II.

This is Norman Lear…..and at 100 years old… he is still working!

Norman Milton Lear was born on July 27, 1922. He is a beloved American TV Writer, and a Film and TV Producer.

In his 100 years he has produced, written, created, or developed over 100 shows.

Lear is best known for many popular 1970s sitcoms, including All in the Family, Maude, Sanford and Son, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons, and Good Times. Collectively these shows were viewed by more than 120 million people per week. His shows were influential, ground-breaking shows.

“All in the Family” was one of the most important series of all-time.

In this ground-breaking show, Norman Lear was not afraid to take on social and controversial subjects. He trusted the intelligence of his viewers to understand why he brought some of the controversial episodes to television. Over 50 years ago, it was the first American show to be taped in front of a live audience. Every laugh and response were from real people.

To me this seems risky since the show often had topics that could easily be hard for some to grasp. The lead character Archie Bunker was a middle-aged Bigot. The man who portrayed “Archie” (Carroll O’Conner) was a liberal. I suppose this is why Carroll O’Conner won four Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of “Archie Bunker”. Jean Stapleton who portrayed his wife “Edith Bunker” won three Emmy Awards. Sally Struthers (daughter Gloria Stivic) won two Emmy Awards. Rob Reiner (Gloria’s husband / the son-in-law, Mike Stivic) also won two Emmy Awards.

ALL in the FAMILY had 42 Emmy Award WINS and 73 nominations. There were also 8 Golden Globe WINS connected to the show.

Just think about this…….

From 1971-1979, “All in the Family” addressed racism, antisemitism, homosexuality, women’s liberation, religion, rape, abortion, breast cancer, infidelity, miscarriages, impotence, menopause, and the Vietnam War…and 50 years later most of these subjects are still HOT TOPICS!


Other random things about All in the Family:

• It was the first show to have a toilet rush on a prime-time show. WOW, we have come a long way to what we see and hear now.

• The lead female “Edith” was played as a women with a horrible singing voice. In reality, she was an accomplished singer and a successful Broadway actress.

• Archie and Edith’s favorite living room chairs are now in the Smithsonian Institute Museum in Washington, DC.

• Mickey Rooney was almost cast as Archie Bunker

• The show’s first episode had a warning after the title that read “Suggested for the mature audience”

• The third episode which was a little hard for some people to watch contained a different warning, written by Norman Lear, that read “The program you are about to see is ALL in the Family. It seeks to throw a humorous spotlight on our frailties, prejudices, and concerns. By making them a source of laughter, we hope to show – in a mature fashion – just how absurd they are.”

• Jean Stapleton who portrayed Archie’s wife chose to remain as “Edith Bunker” in 1971 when she was asked to take a leading role in :Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”

• Carroll O’Connor wrote the lyrics of the closing theme song

See for yourself why this television series is LEGENDARY & HISTORIC
Get the complete series here:

There were seven other spin-off shows from “All in the Family”. The Top three spin-offs were also ground-breaking, award-winning shows and are available for your collections.

• “Maude” 1972-1978 (141 episodes)
“Maude” Seasons 1-6 available at

• “Good Times” 1974-1979 (123 episodes)
Good Times: The Complete Series on

• “The Jeffersons” 1975-1984 (252 episodes)
The Jeffersons: The Complete Series (The Dee-luxe Edition) on

• “Archie Bunker’s Place” 1979-1983 (97 episodes)

• “Checking In” 1981 (4 episodes)

• “Gloria” 1982-1983 (21 episodes)

• “704 Hauser” 1994 (6 episodes

Norman Lear has continued to actively produce television, including the remake of One Day at a Time in 2017 and the Netflix revival of Good Times in 2022. His re-imagined Cuban American version of “One Day at a Time” is in the Top Ten New Shows of 2017, and the second season is now streaming on Netflix.

At 100, this is what Norman Lear is currently “still” working on…

He is currently an executive producer on the award-winning Epix docuseries “America Divided”, now in season two. He is also in production on the pilot of “Guess Who Died”, an NBC comedy featuring a cast of senior citizens. Will Mr. Lear make this demographic, “golden” again? I THINK SO!

You can also check out his weekly podcast “All of the Above with Norman Lear”

In his personal, down time, Norman Lear is “still”…………

The father of six, the grandfather of four, and a husband to Lyn Lear.

He is a liberal, a philanthropist and a political & social activist. He supports and funds First Amendment rights and progressive politicians and causes. In 1980, Lear founded the advocacy organization “People for the American Way” to counter the influence of the Christian right in politics. In the early 2000s, he organized and led a tour of the Declaration of Independence.

After ALL of Norman Lear’s life-long achievements I must leave you with just one more that happened long before he became one of the “GREATEST TELEVSION PIONEERS of ALL-TIME”

Before beginning his long and highly successful career in television, Norman Lear joined the military. It was 1942 and he was 20 years old. He served as an Army Air Force pilot in World War II. From 1942-1945 he flew 52 successful combat missions and was awarded the prestigious, Air Medal

The television Icon, Norman Lear has also received numerous prestigious awards, to include five Emmys, the National Medal of Arts, and the Kennedy Center Honors. In 1975 he received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was one of the first seven television pioneers to be inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame.

I will end with my favorite quote about Norman Lear

“Norman Lear, transformed the American cultural landscape, bringing the social and political issues of the day into American living rooms for the first time”…….YES HE DID!

THANK YOU, NORMAN LEAR for all your years of service to our country in the military and THANK YOU, for the classic, thought provoking, game-changing, historic television shows……the years of laughter…all the important and beloved characters that you brought to life.

AND….HAPPY 100th BIRTHDAY MR. LEAR ….take some time off for a BIG piece of cake!

In Celebration of Comic-Con 2022

Plus the lifestyle brand that is killing it in the pop-culture world.

If you can’t be at Comic-Con this year, you can still get together with some of your friends and share your favorite comic books, movies, and TV shows. My new obsession that began during the pandemic is collecting “Funko” figurines. I am crazy about collecting all my favorite hip hop stars, rock Gods, athletes, movie and television figurines.

I found RUN DMC figurines which I display near one of my most treasured photos with all 3 members of the group (R.I.P. Jam Master Jay).

I also just picked up the “Jordan Peele” Funko figurine since I am seeing his newest film “Nope” this coming weekend. I am sure his new film will be the talk of Comic-Con this coming weekend in San Diego, CA.

Since I know what my friends like I am buying Funko figurines that I know they would love as birthday and holiday gifts. I am getting their gifts early to avoid the dreaded holiday “out-of-stock” conditions. Right now, they are priced low and with the extra 10% off discount coupon at “Deep Discount” these are very affordable and perfect gifts.

I love when my friends take the time to choose gifts that are meaningful and special to me. Showing that you know what your friend collects or likes shows them you know them well and care about them. If you are not sure of the unique things that they are into, it’s never too late to find out. Funko figurines are an inexpensive way to give them something they will genuinely like. Their favorite music, movie, comic, or television heroes in a figurine is unexpected and a great surprise.

While browsing the FUNKO products by genres I found so many great gifts for my friends. Some friends that I bond with because of our love of music, Stranger Things, Seinfeld, Game of Thrones, Ozark, and other shows. I can’t wait to see their faces when they open the figurines of the things they love most.

I am adding the “Ruth” of “Ozark” figurine to my own collection today.

And I can’t wait to get the “Stranger Things” Funko’s into the hands of my Godson. He also loves Video Games, Anime, Sports, Marvel, DC , Horror films and even something as random as “Froot Loops.”  Much to my surprise I found a “Froot Loop” figurine under the “Funko Ad Icons” category.

When I take the time to click tabs that I don’t usually visit, I often discover some real gems and treasures. By clicking “Toys and Gifts” at I found something unique and special for all my friends and loved ones. I can not believe how many categories and AWESOME products that are available from Funko.

Check out their vast selection of Funko figurines, t-shirts and more. Find something for everyone……and most importantly…..YOU! Just Click Here

You can also see a complete, kick-ass list of ALL Comic-Con Sale titles Here


Sometimes I just get in the mood for more……DREW BARRYMORE

Drew was only 5 years old when she landed her first acting job. In 1982 at the age of 6 she melted my heart in Stephen Spielberg’s epic summer blockbuster film E.T.

Drew has now been in 57 films and counting…

On September 14, 2020 “The Drew Barrymore Show” debuted on CBS.

She has appeared as herself 236 times in interviews and guest appearances. I suppose her popularity on talk shows led to Drew getting her own talk show.

Drew went up against other popular talk shows and she proved that she too could have a successful career in daytime TV. Drew’s show is high on special interest “feel-good” stories. Her humor, optimism and positive messages have been rays of sunshine in some of the dark days of the pandemic. Her show debuted at the perfect time. We needed the happiness that Drew brings for an hour every weekday. I am happy to report that The Drew Barrymore show has been renewed for a third season.

For 42 years I have enjoyed and found happiness in Drew’s extraordinary talent. I personally love Drew in romantic comedies, but she is certainly not limited to that genre of film. She has starred in dramas, fantasy, thrillers, and horror films.

Find all of Drew’s films here

Here are some of my favorite and most beloved Drew Barrymore films and performances.

E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (1982)

Here is a link to my previous feature on this EPIC BLOCKBUSTER FILM. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial – Violet Brown Told Me

Get this AMAZING film here: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial With DVD, Ultraviolet Digital Copy, 2 Pack, Digital Copy on

Firestarter (1984)

An Eight-year-old Drew Barrymore stars as the child who has the amazing ability and power to start fires with just a glance. Can her psychic power and the love of her father save her from the threatening government agency, “The Shop, “, which wants to control her… or destroy her?

Here is the original version of this film starring Drew: Firestarter Snap Case on

Irreconcilable Differences (1983)

This is a bittersweet comedy. Two aspiring writers Albert (Ryan O’Neal) and Lucy (Shelley Long) meet and fall in love. They become happily married and soon have a beautiful little daughter. Their “happy” simple life starts crumbling as Albert’s career in Hollywood prospers and he falls in love with his leading actor (Sharon Stone). Seeing her loving parents go from love to hate, nine-year old Casey (Drew Barrymore) becomes tired of being emotionally and physically ignored by her parents. She hires a lawyer and tries to divorce them on the grounds of  Irreconcilable Differences.

Get it and own it here: Search results for Movies/TV : “• Irreconcilable Differences (1983)” (

The Wedding Singer (1998)

I saw this film several times due to a friend who was also in this film. R.I.P. Alexis Arquette.

This is the first of three films in which Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler team up for some beloved and memorable laughs.

In this film New Jersey wedding chanter Robbie Hart (Sandler) loses hope after being abandoned at the altar by his Fiancé. Soon he meets Julia (Barrymore), an effervescent ray of light in the shape of a catering server. She enlists Robbie’s help in planning her own wedding-to a sleazy, junk bond salesman who fools around with other women and treats them like unfeeling slabs of meat.

Click here to get The Wedding Singer: Search results for Movies/TV : “The wedding singer” (

I highly recommend seeing all 3 films starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. These two actors have great chemistry together.

50 First Dates (2004)

This was the second film that starred Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.

Drew suffered a head injury in an accident and suffers with short-term memory loss. Adam falls hard for Drew, and she becomes the girl of his dreams. Each date is a challenge as he must win her over again…and again due to her short-term memory.

50 First Dates Widescreen, Subtitled, Dubbed, AC-3 on

Blended (2014)

Let’s hope that it’s not the last time we will see Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore star together.

After a bad blind date, a man and woman find themselves stuck together at a resort for families, where their attractions grow as their respective kids benefit from the burgeoning relationship.

Get Blended in this GREAT triple feature DVD set: 3 Film Collection: The Intern / Tammy / Blended 2 Pack, Eco Amaray Case on

Donnie Darko (2001)

Long before “Stranger Things” this cult classic combined science fiction with 80’s nostalgia.

Donnie is a troubled high school student: in therapy, prone to sleepwalking and in possession of an imaginary friend, a six-foot rabbit named Frank, who tells him the world is going to end in 28 days, 06 hours, 42 minutes, and 12 seconds. During that time, he will navigate teenage life, narrowly avoid death in the form of a falling jet engine, follow Frank’s maladjusted instructions and try to maintain the space-time continuum. Donnie Darko combines an eye-catching, eclectic cast – pre-stardom Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal, heartthrob Patrick Swayze and former child star Drew Barrymore. The soundtrack is loaded with 80s classics by Echo and the Bunnymen, Tears for Fears and Duran Duran.

Click here for Donnie Darko: Search results for Movies/TV : “Donnie Darko” (

Poison Ivy

Here is a great triple feature DVD that contains the first 3 “Poison Ivy” films in the series.

Poison Ivy: Triple Feature on

  1. Poison Ivy (1992) starring Drew Barrymore and Sara Gilbert… A CULT CLASSIC!
  2. Poison Ivy II: Lily (1996) starring Alyssa Milano and Johnathon Schaech
  3. Poison Ivy: The New Seduction starring Jaime Pressly and Megan Edwards

Poison Ivy is an erotic thriller film series. The first three films in the series deal with the implications of an emotionally neglected, sexually assertive young woman’s fascination with her best friend’s father, and how her desire for him affects multiple individuals who fall under her influence.

Make sure you check out all the great Drew Barrymore films here. Search results for Movies/TV : “drew barrymore” (


Elvis is the “KING of ROCK & ROLL,” and he will reign as the “KING of the BOX OFFICE” on JUNE 24, 2022

Elvis Presley is the 2nd bestselling artist of all-time  (behind The Beatles) but that may change when the new “Elvis” biopic hits theaters this month.

I predict that ELVIS-MANIA is about to happen all over again.

When Elvis really “left the building and the world” on August 16, 1977, I remember every detail as though it was yesterday.

This is a day in Rock & Roll history that I will never forget. I was the Assistant Manager at the #1 store in the Wherehouse Music chain. I suppose we were #1 because we carried an extensive selection of titles by all artists.

It was a Tuesday, and we were playing the hits of that time. Andy Gibb, The Commodores, Peter Frampton, Fleetwood Mac, and Heart were in high rotation. And I always had to play Led Zeppelin at least 3-4 times a day. Shortly after 1:30 pm, I was told that I had a personal phone call, so I went upstairs. I could see the entire store from a security window that was in our office upstairs. I picked up the phone as I gazed out the window. It was my mother calling and as I said hello, she screamed into the phone “Elvis is dead.” I could not believe it, I told her it must be gossip. But before I got off the phone I knew it must be true since I watched hordes of customers running into the store with tears streaming down their faces. They ran straight to the Elvis Presley section. Our store always had an amazing selection of Elvis since our manager was a HUGE fan. The manager was Godfrey and when he was a teenager, he and two friends from school were invited to the set of the Elvis film “Jailhouse Rock.” They met Elvis and got this photo with him.

My friend Godfrey and his two friends meeting Elvis on the set of the film “Jailhouse Rock.”

It was hard to break the news to Godfrey about the passing of Elvis. It took only 30 minutes for every piece of Elvis product to sell out.

When Baz Luhrmann’s new biopic “Elvis” is released 4 days from now, Elvis’s product will be in high demand again. Baz is an Oscar-nominated filmmaker and until “Elvis” Baz was most known for his extreme and over-the-top productions of Strictly Ballroom (1992), Romeo & Juliet (1996), Moulin Rouge (2001), Australia (2008), and The Great Gadsby in 2013.

This new film Luhrmann depicts Elvis’s rise to fame and his complicated relationship with his lifelong manager Colonel Tom Parker.

Parker (Tom Hanks) met Elvis (played by Austin Butler) in 1955. Within a year Colonel Parker was able to score Elvis Presley a recording contract with RCA Victor Records.

Colonel Parker was like the great “OZ” behind the curtain calling all the shots and pulling all the strings to make Elvis the BIGGEST STAR IN THE WORLD.

Colonel Tom Parker took 50% of all the money that came from merchandise and the licensing of Elvis music. He took the standard 25% of all the money that Elvis earned. Elvis was his only client until the day Presley died on August 16, 1977.

Tom Hanks seems like the perfect actor to portray a complicated man like Parker. Throughout their relationship many called Colonel Tom Parker a psychopath. I love a relevant story about the music industry and the inclusion of a psychopath is just icing on the cake. I have already purchased my ticket to see “Elvis” at the first showing on the evening of June 24. I hear the story is mostly about “Parker” but when you have a bigger than life artist like Elvis depicted in the film it will be hard to not focus on the newest star in-the making, Austin Butler.

I am not sure if the old-time, hard-core Elvis fans will love the glitzy and lavish Baz Luhrmann film, but I suppose a lot of young movie goers will certainly “LOVE” Austin Butler as “Elvis”

Remember when Robert Pattinson debuted in 2008 as Edward in Twilight? Austin Butler just might follow suit to become Hollywood’s newest “heartthrob” movie-star.

Austin Butler has everything it takes to become the HOTTEST HOLLYWOOD “IT BOY” of 2022.

His charisma, charm, great looks, dance moves, and “real” singing in the film is sure to make Austin The King” of next year’s MTV Movie Awards.

The film premiered at “Graceland,” the home and burial place of Elvis in Memphis Tennessee. Baz Luhrmann, the stars of the film and the Presley family were all in attendance.

The media and press are buzzing with news about the movie and stories about the lives of Elvis, his wife Priscilla, his daughter Lisa Marie, and his legendary manager Colonel Tom Parker. I suppose that all stories about “THE KING” will resurface but if you really want to get to know Elvis, just pick up some of his music, movies or documentaries about his life and career. Elvis recorded over 700 songs and he did not write any of them. He made his songwriters very wealthy people even though they gave up 50% of the credit before Elvis would record their songs. I suppose this was just another smart and crafty move by Colonel Parker. If Elvis sang the song it was sure to SELL and most often the songs became HITS!

As the Elvis Presley press explodes over the balance of the year, it may become hard to find his music and films……


Between 1956 to 1972 Elvis made 33 movies and he starred in 32 of them. The movies were not always great but with his face on the big screen, his singing, and his hip shaking every theatre seat was filled with screaming women.

As I watched his classic film “Jailhouse Rock” a few years ago I could not help but compare it to the modern-day real-life story of hip-hop’s most notorious record label “Death Row Records.” Who knows, perhaps Suge Knight took some tips from Colonel Tom Parkers playbook.

The smart and talented folks behind the scenes at have been busy over the past few months cultivating the best collection of Elvis music, movies, and collectibles.

Elvis once said “If you’re looking for trouble, you came to the right place”

Violet Brown says “If you’re looking for ELVIS, you came to the right place”

Whether you are a casual Elvis fan or an Elvis fanatic you will find “EVERYTHING ELVIS”…HERE

Search results for All Products : “Elvis Presley” (

ELVIS  “THE KING” PRESLEY WILL BE ON SALE THROUGHOUT JUNE….And make sure to UNLOCK another 10% savings off your order with that AWESOME coupon that pops up when you open

Here are my some of my favorite Elvis films:

Jailhouse Rock (1957)

Jailhouse Rock Deluxe Edition, Remastered, Restored, Widescreen on

Blue Hawaii (1961)

Blue Hawaii Widescreen, Dolby, AC-3 on

Elvis On Tour (1972)

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Viva Las Vegas (1964)

Viva Las Vegas Remastered, Restored, Widescreen, Subtitled on

King Creole (1958)

King Creole Limited Edition, Remastered, Widescreen, Amaray Case on

G.I. Blues (1960)

G.I. Blues Widescreen, AC-3, Dolby, Mono Sound on

Follow That Dream (1962)

Follow That Dream Subtitled, Dubbed, Repackaged, Standard Screen on

AND….for a SUPER ELVIS FILM BARGAIN check out this 7 Movie DVD set…..WOW!

Elvis 7-Film Collection Boxed Set on

When you see “Elvis” on June 24, come back and share your thoughts on it!

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