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In response to: Shot On Site - Crash and Bernstein John Marshall High School

Comment from: Jim Dugoni [Visitor]

FYI, John Marshall High School was not used in Raiders of the Lost Ark. The actual scene setting shot for the college in the movie was the Faye Spanos Concert Hall at University of the Pacific's Conservatory of Music in Stockton, California. See http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/History-and-Mission/Hollywood-at-Pacific.html

May. 29, 2018 @ 02:32

In response to: 1,001 Classic Commercials DVD Review

Comment from: caritoons [Visitor]

wow great job :) i like it

Feb. 3, 2018 @ 01:24

In response to: Shot On Site - East Pavilion Hospital Stock Footage

Comment from: Black Obama [Visitor]

I was glad to find this page! My son was born here and I've seen this East Pavilion footage on Scrubs, the X Files, and at least one other show. I knew it was Providence ST. Vincent's when I saw it because I have been there so many times, but there's not much about it on the web considering how many shows it's appeared in.
Maybe those details don't fascinate people as much as they do me. But anyway. Thanks for posting this!

Mar. 23, 2017 @ 22:17

In response to: Sabrina The Teenage Witch - Season 7 (Final Season) DVD Review

Comment from: Paul Rudoff [Member]

Glad I could help. I never bought the other seasons. I'm sure there were edits in those seasons, too, but probably not as much as Season 7 due to all of the musical guests. - Paul

Mar. 12, 2017 @ 22:29

In response to: Sabrina The Teenage Witch - Season 7 (Final Season) DVD Review

Comment from: George Reeves [Visitor]

The list of music edits here is extremely helpful, did you guys ever make similar lists for the other seasons?

Mar. 12, 2017 @ 21:45

In response to: Driver 2 PlayStation Video Game Review

Comment from: Paul Rudoff [Member]

Hi Jason

The reviews that are popping up now on The Corner Penthouse now are all of the reviews I wrote in the past 15+ years on other sites. I wanted to them get all in one place, and do a little bit of updating to some of them. They will show up on every even-numbered day from now until the middle of July.

New reviews will be peppered in on some of the odd-numbered days as I finish writing them. I have some horror movie Blu-rays and Lego Dimensions stuff on tap.

I don't usually take review requests, but I may review WrestleMania 33 if I have strong feelings about it, good or bad. Usually, if I think something is just "Meh", I won't bother doing a review.

That's how I felt about last year's WrestleMania...until WWE ruined it the next night on Raw by negating the storyline outcomes of several matches. RD at Wrestlecrap wrote about WrestleMania 32 better than I ever could when he awarded it the Gooker for 2016.

I didn't see the Fastlane PPV. I just read about the Goldberg vs. Owens match. Such a shame. I don't know about you, but a WrestleMania 33 Goldberg vs. Lesnar match won't put my butt in the seat. I saw that already match at WrestleMania 20.

Never heard of Atomic Puppet or Legend Quest, and will likely see Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 on home video or cable at the end of the year.

-- Paul

Mar. 7, 2017 @ 15:37

In response to: Driver 2 PlayStation Video Game Review

Hi, Paul! You remember me from Spook Central, well, I am here in The Corner Penthouse to give you requests. Can you do your opinions and thoughts on:

Atomic Puppet
Legend Quest (2017 Netflix cartoon series)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
WWE Fastlane 2017 including the most controversial match of 2017: Kevin Owens vs. Bill Goldberg for the WWE Universal Championship and why everyone hated it.
WrestleMania 33

And that's all. Later! :)

Mar. 7, 2017 @ 06:47

In response to: Shot On Site - Married To The Mob Train Stations

Comment from: zidders [Visitor]

Excellent work! I knew I’d love this stuff. I love how you managed to match the shots. They were near perfect. ^_^

Aug. 2, 2015 @ 23:43

In response to: Shot On Site - Girl Meets World Nighthawk Diner

Comment from: Paul Martin [Visitor]

I wonder if the various drinks are from the same collection that brought about the “Oaties” cereal that was on Boy Meets World.

Jan. 19, 2015 @ 22:58