Sometimes, you just need a hot microphone, a willing partner in podcast crime, and just get into it. That’s what John, host of the Lost Losers Podcast and a good … Continue reading Donuts and Beer with Dan and John: ‘Ant-Man 3’ and St. Louis sports discussion
Saying goodbye when you don’t want to
Describe the last difficult “goodbye” you said. We always want more time. One of the greatest tricks the world ever pulled was allowing you the headspace to forget that we … Continue reading Saying goodbye when you don’t want to
The Dose Dispatch: In case you missed me this month
There are times where I wonder if my Dose of Buffa email subscriber list sits around and wonders what the hell happened to my posts here, and then I remember … Continue reading The Dose Dispatch: In case you missed me this month
PSA: Dose of Buffa content is moving to the Ramble On newsletter!
As Frank Drebin once told his partner, “it’s not goodbye, Ed. It’s just I’ll never see you again.” 12 years after its launch, the Dose of Buffa website will be … Continue reading PSA: Dose of Buffa content is moving to the Ramble On newsletter!
Top 10 favorite movies of 2022
Let’s talk movies. The best of 2022 edition. A seemingly mundane yet required task that becomes enjoyable when I start writing out the list. Compiling it hasn’t been fun or … Continue reading Top 10 favorite movies of 2022
Talking ‘Heat 2’ with crime novelist, Meg Gardiner
Gardiner co-authored “Heat 2” with Michael Mann.
The Film Buffa reviews sequels to ‘Knives Out’ and ‘Puss in Boots’
Let’s talk movies on the eve of Christmas, ladies and gents.
Why The Rock needs to do another R-rated movie (or two)
I can smell what Hollywood is cooking, and it’s a heel turn.
Appreciating Jason Reitman’s masterpiece, ‘Up in the Air’, all over again
One of Clooney’s finer roles took place (mostly) in St. Louis.
Remembering ‘Heat’ 27 years later
I thought gunfire had taken place in the movie theater. I. SHIT. YOU. NOT. 27 years later, the first thing I remember about watching Michael Mann’s “Heat” for the first … Continue reading Remembering ‘Heat’ 27 years later