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Kim Tibbs

Bio: Kim Tibbs is an accomplished writer and editor from Indianapolis who loves all things pop culture-related, especially from the 1980s. She often goes to horror conventions and comic cons in the Midwest to meet celebrities and her apartment is literally like walking into a pop culture museum, with records on the walls and an original Nintendo arcade circa 1986, paying tribute to some of her favorite TV sitcoms, movie and music industry icons.

Posts by Kim Tibbs

A look at some of Spinal Tap’s more colorful song lyrics and album covers

When you make a satire of rock ‘n’ roll such as ‘This Is Spinal Tap,’ you better believe the band’s fictitious album covers and song lyrics are going to be extremely over the top. Join me as I take a look at some of the most colorful ones featured. Warning: Not for the faint of heart or the easily offended.

Farewell Mel Stuart, there is no life I know to compare with pure imagination

Enter a world of pure imagination with a fond farewell to Mel Stuart, the man who directed the beloved childhood classic ‘Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory,’ as written by someone destined to be a ‘Wonkerer.’

Ghostbusters III presumably pushes forward with a new screenwriter on board

When you want to revamp the popular ‘Ghostbusters’ franchise with a third installment, who ya gonna call? Apparently, Sony has called ‘Men in Black 3’ screenwriter Etan Cohen. But can he rewrite a script that will get everyone on board, including Bill Murray?

Savages is an artsy action flick by Oliver Stone, but definitely not another Natural Born Killers

Is Oliver Stone’s latest movie ‘Savages’ comparable to his earlier artsy action flick ‘Natural Born Killers’? Featuring an all-star cast including Salma Hayek, Benicio Del Toro, John Travolta, Taylor Kitsch, Blake Lively and Aaron Johnson, find out how the movie compares.

Indy 500 turbos back to silver screen with new DreamWorks feature in the works

DreamWorks Animation recently announced they’re working on an animated movie about IndyCar racing, bringing the magic of a place that celebrated its centennial in 2011 back to the silver screen after a lengthy hiatus.

Remembering John Belushi

On the 30th anniversary of his death, we remember the comedic god of stage, screen and small screen, John Belushi.