Tag Archive for Eric Baker

Musicals: So Not Money

on July 12, 2012 by

If we didn’t know our colleagues in the film business as well as we do and the blinkered egotism and snobbery that…

Full Moon on Monday

on October 30, 2011 by


by Eric J Baker

So how about Zachary Quinto playing Chad, the flaming bottom-bitch ghost on American Horror Story, in the same week he decided to publicly out himself? I think Quinto has an intense, camera-friendly face and is a pleasure to watch, so…

It’s the End of the World As We Know...

on October 23, 2011 by


 by Eric J Baker

I’ve seen the future of horror, and its name is Television.

I’m paraphrasing Stephen King, who once said that about author Clive Barker (and was wrong). Consider the recent slate of theatrical horrors: Colin Farrell couldn’t get people to shell out…

French Maids From Beyond the Grave

on October 9, 2011 by


by Eric J Baker

One of the things I can’t stand about the movie Twister is the lame titular character. It’s a villain without will, intent, or malevolence, inflicting nothing more than incidental damage. All our heroes have to do to escape this villain…

…Is Good For The Gander

on October 4, 2011 by


by James Killough

This is a part two of yesterday’s musings, so you’d best read that first if you’re going to try to follow my ramblings here.

My fellow contributor Eric Baker, a man I have tremendous respect for…

So, Did You Hear the One About the Guy...

on October 2, 2011 by


by Eric J Baker

Rare is the friendship both instant and lasting.

Near the close of my seemingly endless trek through college, I worked at an electronics store, briefly as a shitty salesman but mostly supervising general merchandise, where staff turnover was continuous….

Old Lady's Got Balls

on September 18, 2011 by


by Eric J Baker

Like Shatner at the beginning of Wrath of Khan, I’ve been feeling old lately. The other day, I was chatting with the guys when I realized, for the first time, that I can sleep with a woman half my age…

Will the Real Marcus Nispel Please Stand...

on September 5, 2011 by


by Eric J Baker

My career as a child actor reached its pinnacle in 1979 when I was cast as the lead in a now-lost alien invasion film. The role of “random kid with bad 70’s hair” did not have dialog, but I was…

Stand in the Place Where You Live

on September 2, 2011 by


starring Christopher Cramer & James Killough

We’ve already run Baker’s review of Midnight in Paris, but Chris is a huge Woody Allen fan, and felt he needed to be fully self-expressed about it on tape.  There are moments in…

Let Them Eat Stake

on August 21, 2011 by


 by Eric J Baker

Cripes, internet people! Think of any subject that can possibly be discussed and at least 50% of you are in a raging fury about it. Michele Obama wants kids to eat more healthfully? That evil witch is tearing…