Site of the Month

Internet Movie Database
Searchable site with reviews, facts and trivia for current and older movies. Includes tv and movie news, top movies, and recommendations.
Podcast of the Month

What the Riff?!?
Join Rob, Bruce, Wayne, and Brian as they talk about a Rock and Roll album that debuted or peaked during a given month and year. Rediscover old favorites and find new ones.

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