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FREE MOVIE PASSES: See the Original “National Lampoon’s Vacation” Before the NEW One Comes Out!

Have you SEEN the trailer for the new Vacation movie? Well, here’s a link but BE WARNED! It is Not-Safe-For-Work in every possible way, and it looks hilarious!

Click Here to Watch the Trailer but YOU WERE WARNED!

The B&B Theater in Wylie is celebrating the release of the new film by showing the OLD 1983 National Lampoon’s Vacation Thursday, June 4th. That’s NEXT Thursday night and I have some free passes. Continue reading →

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PODCAST: Boozy Movies Reviews “San Andreas” and Ponders What ‘CGI’ Stands For

I saw San Andreas last night with Richie Whitt and Rebekah Black, then we had pink, fluffy cocktails and chatted about it. Sybil Summers didn’t join us this week because she thought it looked like a stupid movie. SHE WAS WRONG!

You could be like Sybil and assume the worst, or you could listen to our podcast and find out for sure.

Make sure you grab free passes to see Melissa McCarthy in Spy with us NEXT week. You can do that by clicking HERE. Richie Whitt assumes THAT ONE will be bad but you know what happens when you ASSUME things, right? You make an Ass-Hat…or something.

Special thanks to our wonderful sponsors Chopshop Sports Garage, Kenichi, Three Squares, and Shooters Dallas.

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BLOG: “Star Wars” Versus the Pecan Trout

I just saw that today marks years since the movie Star Wars was released. I can’t BELIEVE it has been that long! I remember the first time I saw it, but not just because I loved it so much. I vividly remember the night we saw Star Wars because it was the same night my Dad barfed in a dumpster. Continue reading →

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BLOG: This Summer, I Want to Be 17 Again

I read a really great Scary Mommy blog recently about giving our kids a summer like the ones WE use to have. Here’s a link if you haven’t read it yet: http://www.scarymommy.com/10-ways-to-give-your-kid-a-1970s-kind-of-summer/
I LOVE the Scary Mommy blogs but this one got me thinking: Why do kids get to have all the fun? Why can’t WE have a fun, youthful summer as well?

I’ve been pondering this lately because I’m currently unemployed (I’ve been saying “self employed” since I started this website but no one’s buying it) so it looks like I will have the summer off too. That is why I’ve decided that this summer, I’m going to be 17 again. Continue reading →

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BLOG: Braving the Flood of 2006 (Was it BRAVERY or STUPIDITY?)

I can’t get over the rain we’ve had lately. I hope this means that our summer won’t be as hot or dry as usual but this being Texas, that probably won’t be the case. This nonstop deluge has reminded me of the only other flood I experienced back in March of 2006. I remember it clearly because I was one of the smart people out driving in it. Continue reading →

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FREE MOVIE PASSES: Wanna See “Spy” in Dallas or Austin?

Man, it has been a banner week for Melissa McCarthy. First, she was all over the news for schooling a film critic who said horrible things about her. THEN she showed up to get her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame looking like this:

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NICE WORK, LADY! Continue reading →

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BLOG: To Spanx or NOT To Spanx

I’m going to be on on Good Morning Texas tomorrow to talk about movies and I’m pretty freaked out about it. I’m worried about looking fat on TV, which is stupid because I’m not exactly skinny to begin with. I don’t know why I expect to go on camera and suddenly look 20 pounds lighter but that’s exactly what I hope for.

I should know better because I spent a year doing movie segments on TV and I know the reality. Even if I don’t look fat, something’s going to be jacked up. It might be a weird clump of hair that’s sticking up or maybe zombie bags under my eyes. One time, the long necklace I was wearing draped around one of my boobs, like a sling. No matter how much I prepared, something would always be out-of-whack. Continue reading →

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FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “San Andreas” On Me!

I interviewed Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson years ago when he came through Dallas to promote The Mummy Returns. He is GIGANTIC and surprisingly cute and cuddly. He hugged me. Like one of those pick-you-up-and-SQUEEZE-you hugs. THEN he kissed me on the cheek. He did the same thing to just about every other woman in the office and was equally as loveable with all the dudes. That is why I will always have a bit of a thing for The Rock and am excited about seeing San Andreas next week. I’ve seen the trailers and it’s just the kind of squirm-in-your-seat blockbuster that will get us all pumped about summer. Continue reading →

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BLOG: My Secret Shame

I was recently invited to join a secret Facebook Group, which I didn’t know was even a THING. This one is comprised of some men but mostly women who have the exact same warped sense of humor as me. They started this page so they would have a safe place to post the stories they found and loved but were too filthy to put on their personal page. I, of course, jumped in head-first.

Someone on the page started a Secret Shame discussion recently, and everyone else joined in. The results have been nothing short of glorious. I asked if I could share some of these on my website and a handful of lovely people said I could IF they were posted anonymously. THIS is the result. Continue reading →

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Mommy-Movie-Review: Disney’s “Tomorrowland”

Disney’s Tomorrowland asks the question, “What would happen if all the world’s greatest scientists, artists and creative thinkers were brought to live in one place? Could they build a better world?”

Tomorrowland is that place but we soon learn it isn’t the utopia it’s creators intended. George Clooney’s “Frank” and Britt Robertson’s “Casey” are called up to Tomorrowland at different times but by the same young recruiter (played by Raffey Cassidy). The idealistic wonderland has run across hard times and needs their help to rebuild. Continue reading →