Sunday, May 14, 2017

Alice Cooper / Columbia, SC / 5-13-17



The last time Alice Cooper made a tour stop in Columbia, SC, Jimmy Carter was president, gas was .65 a gallon and Alice was a drunken mess.  Cooper's stop at the Carolina Coliseum on June 29, 1978 was part of his King of the Silver Screen tour promoting his then current album Lace and Whiskey.  Judging by the reaction of the packed crowd that assembled to see him Saturday night, it won't take 39 years to bring his show back to town.



Thursday, May 11, 2017

Nostalgia Overload!



It's that time again.  I've introduced a new show on our YouTube channel!  It's Nostalgia Overload!  Basically, the premise of this show is to just indulge in the glories of the past.  We can bask in the nostalgia that we feel when watching retro commercials.  It could be video games, tv shows, cartoons, fast food, anything.  I found myself enjoying these vintage commercials when I was making some of my previous Godzilla videos.  Those videos got a lot more views than other videos so I figured I wasn't alone in enjoying them.  

Sunday, April 30, 2017

The Incredible Dancin' Godzilla!


Godzilla is a dancing machine.  He's done it a few times through his legendary career.  This is one of the more forgotten times, but one of the better dance routines!  Godzilla gets down with his bad self!

Friday, April 28, 2017

Son of Godzilla L. Jackson


Do you remember that time that Samuel L. Jackson voiced Godzilla in 1967's Son of Godzilla?  If you don't, allow PopCultureCast to bring you up to speed!  Oh, and Ralph Wiggum (of the Simpsons fame) is voicing Minya.  Exactly!

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Kong: Skull Island (2017) Movie Review


The original King Kong from 1933 is an all time cinematic masterpiece.  It revolutionized special effects and told an emotional story with a giant ape at it's center.  There's been many reboots to the series with the most recent coming from Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson in 2005.  Hitting theatres this weekend is the second film in the shared Legendary Monsters universe.  The world that started with 2014's Godzilla has now expanded to include everyone's favorite giant primate.  But...is it any good?