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Like Jonas on "Dark," take a deep dive into Eclectic Pop's past with an assortment of TV reviews. Click on the pic to travel through the wormhole! *Plus, social media links below* (;


Remembering Robin Williams (1951-2014)

As long as I can remember Robin Williams was a part of the cinematic universe. He was a consistent presence who entertained audiences by bringing laughter to one of his countless comedies or surprising in a dramatic turn.

Whether he was a car salesman trying to make a deadline (“Cadillac Man”), a …

Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014)

All of these years, I’ve had a nickname for Philip Seymour Hoffman, it was See More Hoffman, a moniker he’d earned because whenever I’d see him in any film, it was clear his presence was always needed more. Hoffman was one of my favorite actors, someone who constantly elevated whatever film he was in.

He was a true a thespian, whose filmography spanned comedies, dramas and a range of characters, who were everyday men and other times dastardly villains with a few complex shades, in between. Hoffman always dug deeper, a true empath whose discernible gift to capture and break down every aspect of a character, will remain in a league all its own.

Let's Discuss: Remembering Paul Walker

The tragic, and shocking news that Paul Walker had passed away in a car crash alongside his friend Roger Rodas has cast a long dark shadow. Even over a week later, the news is still powerfully surreal. Walker, an actor mostly known for his role in the ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise, was not an actor that came around every day nor was he your typical celebrity.

There was something that always set him apart, an enduring light of decency that was constantly at the surface of any role he played. He had the striking looks that could have easily seen his career typecast playing the conceited, preppy guy forever and because of a spirit that spoke to more than that, he went another direction.

Roger Ebert (1942 - 2013)

Today we lost a legend. Roger Ebert passed away at the age of 70. He was a revered film critic whose work inspired countless others to share their opinions on movies and take a critical look at an art form that meant so much to him. His passing means a profound loss on countless levels. There will…