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June 26, 2017

Major ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Spoiler May Have Just Been Revealed

Matthew Mahone 9:30am June 26, 2017 6/26/17 Comments Disabled

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In less than two weeks, Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters, and it will be the third onscreen iteration of the Marvel character in fifteen years.  While Tom Holland’s plucky portrayal of the famed web-slinger certainly made an impression, albeit brief, in Avengers: Civil War, it’s his first solo film.  Yep, all alone this time around–except for…

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June 19, 2017

Movie Posters Explained By Kids: Summer 2017 Edition

Matthew Mahone 9:30am June 19, 2017 6/19/17 Comments Disabled

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In this Funkhouser series, I conduct spontaneous interviews with my daughters, “A” age 11 and “E” age 8, where they are shown an image of a theatrical movie poster and asked to share their insight in an attempt to decipher the forthcoming feature film’s plot. Baby Driver (June 28th) A:  This kid who really wants…

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June 5, 2017

Zima: Don’t Call it a Comeback

Matthew Mahone 9:30am June 5, 2017 6/5/17 Comments Disabled

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Have you ever wanted to taste the 90’s?  If so, you may be in luck, assuming you’re over the age of 21 of course.  That’s because Zima, a faddish alcoholic beverage from that cherished era, is being resurrected by MillerCoors for a limited time beginning June 12th.  However, before you start grabbing 6-packs off the…

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May 22, 2017

The Dark Crystal Prequel is Not What We Need Right Now

Matthew Mahone 9:30am May 22, 2017 5/22/17 Comments Disabled

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Nostalgia is a helluva drug, and we’re all junkies.  The entertainment industry recognizes this and that’s why studios are all too eager to reboot, remake and relaunch the most cherished television shows and films from your childhood.  But not everything deserves to, or should, come back from the past.  These are the movies that illicit…

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May 8, 2017

The Mother of all Mother’s Day Gifts: Seven Succulent Moments from KFC’s Deep-Fried Romance Novel

Matthew Mahone 9:00am May 8, 2017 5/8/17 Comments Disabled

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Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 14 ,and naturally you should honor that special someone in your life in some thoughtful way.  There’s no secret recipe, just a special blend of words and deeds that’ll guarantee to show your mom that she’s the most important person in your world.  Love is a verb so show…

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May 1, 2017

Ranked: The 15 Greatest Pop Culture Business Cards

Matthew Mahone 9:30am May 1, 2017 5/1/17 Comments Disabled

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First impressions are everything!  Business cards have always been a way to differentiate yourself from the crowd.  They serve both functional and practical purposes and have the potential to leave a lasting impression, either good or bad, on those you encounter.  Business cards are a form of branding, an extension of your personality, persona, and…

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April 24, 2017

Lost and Found: ‘Black Books’

Matthew Mahone 9:30am April 24, 2017 4/24/17 Comments Disabled

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In this Funkhouser installment, I rummage through a hodgepodge of television shows and films, some of which are so obscure, you might be discovering them for the first time, others, simply forgotten about, several possibly mothballed and finally a few that just vanished into the ether altogether.  This is Lost and Found: Episode 7. Sadly,…

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April 10, 2017

Part ‘Dark Side of the Moon’, Part Art Film: ‘Legion’ Raises the Stakes for Comic-to-TV Shows

Matthew Mahone 9:00am April 10, 2017 4/10/17 Comments Disabled

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Simply labeling Legion as merely another comicbook turned television program would not only be oversimplifying the series, but also doing it a great disservice.  Yet it’s that very same misnomer that served as the underlying reason I had out-and-out forsaken the show–until now. When the series premiered on FX in February, admittedly I was apprehensive…

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April 3, 2017

Get Acquainted With ‘S-Town’, an Earnest and Worthwhile Audio Reliquary

Matthew Mahone 9:30am April 3, 2017 4/3/17

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In the late 1950’s Jack Kent, a well-known and nationally-acclaimed illustrator began writing children’s books, and in 1968, his first book Just Only John was published.  Now considered a collectors item, the book is a delightful tale about a four-year-old boy named John, who desperately yearns to be anything but himself.  So he visits a…

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March 27, 2017

Movie Posters Explained by Kids: Spring 2017 Edition

Matthew Mahone 9:00am March 27, 2017 3/27/17

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In this Funkhouser series, I conduct spontaneous interviews with my daughters, “A” age 11 and “E” age 8, where they are shown an image of a theatrical movie poster and asked to share their insight in an attempt to decipher the forthcoming feature film’s plot. Welcome to Movie Posters Explained by Kids. Ghost in the…

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