Sunset Over Mulholland Drive (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Sunset Over Mulholland Drive (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

SUNSET OVER MULHOLLAND DRIVE (2019) Featuring Connie Sawyer, Anne Faulkner, Madie Smith, Dena Dietrich, Wright King, Maggie Malooney, Brett Hadley, Joel Rogosin, Deborah Rogosin, Daniel Selznick, Jerry Sedley Kaufmann, Duke Anderson, Phil Haberman, Ted Witzer and Tony Lawrence. Written by Uli Gaulke and Marc Petzke. Directed by Uli Gaulke. Distributed by achtung panda! Media. 97 … Continue reading

Butch Patrick – Wolfman in Love
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Butch Patrick – Wolfman in Love

Butch Patrick Wolfman in Love by Ronald Sklar Our Butch is in love. And his alter ego, Eddie Munster, is howling with joy. Butch Patrick, 57 (born Patrick Alan Caples), is the actor who played the only wolf/son of Herman and Lily Munster on The Munsters on CBS from 1964-1966 (and forever in reruns). The former-child-actor has … Continue reading

The Munsters – The Complete Series (A PopEntertainment.com TV on DVD Review)
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The Munsters – The Complete Series (A PopEntertainment.com TV on DVD Review)

The Munsters The Complete Series (1964-1966) (Universal-2008) Over four decades since it first went off the air, The Munsters remains alive in all of its monstrous splendor in a little nook known as syndication heaven. A newly released collection The Munsters – The Complete Series culls all 70 episodes of the classic 60s show. Watching these episodes again, one is … Continue reading

The Munsters – The Complete First Season (A PopEntertainment.com TV on DVD Review)
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The Munsters – The Complete First Season (A PopEntertainment.com TV on DVD Review)

The Munsters The Complete First Season – 1964 (Universal-2004) Other than the Seavers on Growing Pains, was there ever a more shockingly grotesque suburban TV family than the Munsters? America’s automatic response, of course, is The Addams Family, but don’t even go there. Sure, the Addams were creepy, kooky and altogether ooky, but they were far from … Continue reading