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Gay Rocker Defends Chick-fil-A on Free Speech Grounds

Gay Rocker Defends Chick-fil-A on Free Speech Grounds

Rob Halford, the iconic banshee behind the metal mic of Judas Priest, articulated his thoughts on the Chick-Fil-A controversy over at Noisecreep while promoting the upcoming 30th anniversary re-release of his group’s celebrated album, “Screaming for Vengeance.” Halford, who himself is

'Piranha 3DD' Review: Joyless Sleaze

'Piranha 3DD' Review: Joyless Sleaze

Alexandre Aja’s “Piranha 3D” is a trash movie that understood what it was and joyously reveled in its ridiculous garbage vibe. It was a remake with roots in B-movie cheapies, as it comes from the sans-3D Roger Corman/Joe Dante “Jaws”

HomeVideodrome: 'Muppets' Reboot Rocks

HomeVideodrome: 'Muppets' Reboot Rocks

Because I was on vacation, there will be no podcast this week. I don’t have any strong feelings of nostalgia for the Muppets. Like most kids, I watched “Sesame Street,” occasionally caught “The Muppet Show,” and I even remember seeing

HomeVideodrome: A 'Very' Amusing Stoner Sequel

This week on the HomeVideodrome podcast, Jim finally sees “Drive” and weighs in, Hunter reviews “A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas” and Jim reveals his love affair with “A Fish Called Wanda.” Also, we discuss Ryan O’Neal’s finest moment on film in

Van Halen's 'Tattoo' a Bad Ink Job

Van Halen recently played a much-discussed show over at Cafe Wha?, a small club owned by David Lee Roth’s nonagenarian uncle. The small crowd was made up of celebrities, music industry types and journalists like Grantland’s metal guru Chuck Klosterman,

Five Offbeat Christmas Cult Classic Movies

We all know and love the old classics like “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “A Christmas Story.” Attaboy Clarence, yule shoot your eye out, all that good stuff. But when you’re absolutely hammered on eggnog and full of roast beast,

Korn's Surprising 'Path of Totality'

Korn is a band that has been in the woods for a while. Their guitarist, Brian “Head” Welch, said “sayonara” and went to Jesus, and the band’s first album as a quartet was an over-produced, radio-pandering piece of polished crap,