Brooklyn Nine-Nine says goodbye to Gina Linetti in a thoroughly solid sendoff for Chelsea Peretti, even if the B-plots suffer a bit.
“Hitchcock & Scully” offers some intermittent laughs as the origin story of Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s most colorful characters, but isn’t one of its finest eps.
The hit sitcom returns on its new home of NBC without skipping a beat.
This week, we’re joined by friend of the show (and Actual British Person) Ben Kaye to review one of our most frequent requests – Edgar Wright’s […]
This week, playwright Dusty Wilson joins us once again to keep the rain train a’rolling with 80s action-thriller Black Rain, directed by Ridley Scott! One of the […]
Fresh Pour is back! Every week, Clint takes a look at one or two new releases – just a short look at what’s being released […]
Greetings, listeners! Grant from Chip & Ironicus and the Six Feats Under podcast network joins us in our new and improved Alcohollywood Labs 2.0 to […]
Happy New Year, listeners! We’re breaking in 2015 with 15 Minutes – a poorly-timed, mediocre cop thriller from 2001 starring Robert De Niro and Edward Burns. The […]
Harry Connickuh, listeners! For our fourth celebration of O He With the Golden Voice, we (along with Kat and Michael of Burning Brigid Media) bring […]
This week on Alcohollywood, Nick Ostrem joins us once more to talk the surprising cult film Samurai Cop, the recently-unearthed 1991 action-comedy starring Robert Z’Dar […]