Archive for October, 2011

(Dion’s review was posted on The Official Doors Facebook and Myspace pages in January, 2011)   We have Vince Treanor to thank for being able to listen to The Doors’ performance in Vancouver on June 6th, 1970. Treanor was the band’s road  manager from 1967 until the end in 1972, when the band, post Morrison’s  […]

(Dion’s review was posted on The Official Doors Facebook and Myspace pages in January, 2011) For hardcore Doors fans, attempting to locate a live recording of the band, aside from the official releases like “Alive She Cried” or “Absolutely Live”, (both which begot the double disc release of “The Doors, In Concert”), was next to […]

While I’m definitely running out of reasons to continue giving NETFLIX my hard-earned cash, I was pleasantly surprised to find two reasons to be happy I’m still paying.   One was the previously reviewed RED STATE by Kevin Smith. The other was the arrival of William Shatner’s documentary THE CAPTAINS. The premise of THE CAPTAINS […]

A State of Red

Posted: October 29, 2011 by J. Marcus in Film Review
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This weekend, I had the pleasure of sitting and watching the much ballyhooed film RED STATE by Kevin Smith. The first think I can say will echo what many others have said… and that is “this ain’t your father’s Kevin Smith film!” I never thought I’d mention ANYBODY’s father and Kevin Smith in the same […]

Well Hello There!

Posted: October 28, 2011 by Podwits Administrator in Housekeeping

Greetings and salutations Mr. & Mrs. Interwebs and all the ships at sea!  Welcome to THE PODWITS! Rather than bore you with a lengthy explanation about what exactly a Podwit is, we shall self-servingly point you to our bountiful ABOUT US page where you can not only read about us and see our lovely pictures […]