Lynnette Porter's most recent books are Benedict Cumberbatch: London and Hollywood (MX Publishing, 2016), Who is Sherlock? (McFarland, 2016), and Van Gogh in Popular Culture (McFarland, 2015). Dr. Porter is a professor in the Humanities and Communication Department at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida.
'Young Frankenstein' and Gene Wilder's Neighing Legacy | 1 Sep 2016 // 5:04 AM
Young Frankenstein is a key film in Wilder’s cinematic legacy, and we are part of Wilder’s legacy every time we quote (even "neigh") Young Frankenstein.
Carole E. Barrowman’s Authorial Journey to Hollow Earth | 1 Feb 2012 // 3:00 PM
Hollow Earth isn’t just any book. It may be the Next Big Thing in young adult (YA) literature. It’s cover proclaims that “Imagination can be a dangerous thing,” but fans of John and Carole E. Barrowman are more than willing to take that risk.
What Is 'Star Trek Beyond' Trying to Accomplish? | 31 Oct 2016 // 8:00 PM
Can the rebooted film franchise keep what is special about Star Trek, but boldly go where no director has gone before?
What Does a Zombie Gorilla Sound Like? | 28 Aug 2013 // 5:30 PM
With a microphone, a laptop, and hundreds of voices in his throat, voice actor Bill Karalius can become anything from a Cajun crawdad to a zombie gorilla to a world-saving ghost hunter.
The Surprisingly Entertaining, Eccentric 'Florence Foster Jenkins' | 11 Dec 2016 // 8:45 PM
Screeching her way to another successful performance, Meryl Streep makes Florence Foster Jenkins much more than the traditional historic biopic.
Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Time-bending Gothic Murder Mystery | 29 Feb 2016 // 8:10 PM
Although some may emphasize the “abominable” in the controversial Sherlock special, “The Abominable Bride”, the marriage of the Victorian and the modern is a match made in heaven.
Controversial Film, Enlightening Trailer: DreamWorks’ 'The Fifth Estate' | 18 Jul 2013 // 12:55 AM
Just like Julian Assange and Wikileaks, DreamWorks' The Fifth Estate is sure to generate controversy, but its first trailer entertains as well as enlightens.