Musician/producer Mark Rozzo talks with Chris about his soundtrack for the 80s movie parody audio project Passable in Pink. We also play a musical tribute to Andy Gill
Thomas Dolby brings another new experience to fans with a newly-produced film and live presentation in a tour of the U.S. beginning on October 24th at the Trodadero Theater in Philadelphia.’
Spandau Ballet announced today on their website that they will be featured in an upcoming movie.
This week, we chat with Sherry Mattson, the producer, director, writer and star of a new short film, I Love You, Eddie Deezen
Sherry Mattson is the writer, director, producer and star of the flick, which tells the story of Mabel, who is unhappy and bored with her humdrum life. Needing a change, she decided to set out for Hollywood to find the love of her life: Eddie Deezen.
This week on Revenge of the 80s, Rick Rapier, the man who wrote a sequel to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, will be our guest. Rapier’s script is impressing many as it circulates Hollywood.
There has been some buzz for a while about the potential of a sequel to the iconic 80s movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” but if it does happen, will it be another great movie or an embarrassment?
MTV reports former Bauhaus lead singer Peter Murphy will appear in a cameo role in the sequel to teen-angst-vampire movie Twilight entitled Eclipse.
A retrospect to the great John Hughes on the Revenge of the 80s Radio website/blog.
This week, Revenge of the 80s airs a rebroadcast of its movie soundtrack music special. Artists featured include Trio, Dolby’s Cube, The Plimsouls, Bone Symphony and Wall of Voodoo.
This week, Revenge of the 80s will rebroadcast our “Salute to Movie Soundtracks.” Featured artists include Trio, Cheap Trick, Fishbone with Annette Funicello and the Bone Symphony.
Thomas Dolby, the man who brought new wave synth-pop to a new level, has a newly-released CD/DVD compilation out. It’s called The Singular Thomas Dolby, spanning his illustrious solo career.
Comedic actor Dom DeLuise passed away in his sleep last night. Movie fans of the 80s will always remember him as the great super-hero Captain Chaos/Victor Prizm in the first two Cannonball Run movies, in which he co-starred with Burt Reynolds (the two were a quite interesting comedy team).
Season 2 of the syndicated Friday the 13th – The Series TV show is now released on DVD. Friday the 13th — The Series starred JOhn D. LeMay and Louise Robey as the main characters: Ryan Dallion and Micki Foster (with Johnny Ventura taking over for LeMay in the third season).
A short while back, Revenge of the 80s Radio did a show featuring great movie soundtrack songs of the 80s. We featured some of the more well-known tracks as well as some of the more obscure. The question, however, of which movie soundtrack songs stood out from the others bore answering
This week, we salute some of the great movie soundtrack songs of the 1980s including classics from fine cinema such as “Surf II,” “Revenge of the Nerds,”Private School,” “Up the Academy” and “Out of Bounds.” Other, perhaps more well-known 80s movies are represented as well.
Tonight’s Revenge of the 80s Radio sow will feature classic tracks from some of the most memorable movies of the 1980s. Among the artists we will play tonight are: Simple Minds, The Bone Symphony, Paul Young and a duet between Annette Funicello and Fishbone.
This week’s show features an interview with 80s movie icon Eddie Deezen, who is best known to many as “Menlo Schwartzer” in Surf II, “Wesley” from Midnight Madness, “Eugene” from Grease (1 & 2). “Eddie Lipschitz” from The Whoopie Boys and several other characters. Our discussion kicks off the second half of the show; we […]
Eddie Deezen is our fuest on this week’s Revenge of the 80s
I was quite happy after first reading about the plan to remake the classic 80s movie “Valley Girl,” a project that is being led by film makers Matt Smith and Sean Bailey. It did not hit me at the time that they were looking to make it a musical. A musical featuring the great new […]