Last night, my 8-year-old and I watched portions of the Horror movie 'greatest hits'/mashup Terror In The Aisles (1984). Here are some of his observations.
From my own experience working on Hard Knox, I learned that Robert Conrad was extremely serious about his work, very professional, and had zero tolerance for displays of disrespect on his set.
My opinion, nearly 33 years after my initial negative encounter with Blood Stalkers? Goofy-looking title creatures aside, it's actually not a bad film for its genre.
To reject music wholesale, based solely on the decade in which it appeared, seemed incredibly narrow-minded and ignorant to me during the mid-Nineties. It does to this day.
While my dubious reaction to being bullied, by becoming a bully myself, might seem to make the case for the existence of a "cycle of violence", it wasn't a cycle. It was simply a reactionary behavior, which ended as soon as someone gave me that fully-deserved, retributive beating.