Star Wars: the Darth Vader Debate

Who is REALLY entitled to the Dark Lord’s glory? Almost unbelievably, all was not always well on the Star Wars set in 1976. Even though the fantasy being...

Return of the Plaid Stallions

How a podcast has reassembled an army forged in the 70s Nearly every person becomes nostalgic for their childhood at some point. It often begins in their mid-twenties,...

Is the Mullet making a comeback?

The popularity of Stranger Things could dictate such change. We’ve seen it all. We’re jaded. Nothing surprises us anymore. There was a time when Kurt Cobain dying his...

Video Flashback: “My Bodyguard”

A wistful look at this poignant slice of 1980 life “Ricky Linderman”. It’s a name that has stayed with me. He’s the tragic strong, silent figure in the...

Top 5 Strong & Silent Types of the Movies

Our panel of nerds selects their favorite characters that fit the mold Even in real life there’s something about the strong silent type, isn’t there? There’s a mysterious...
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Ready Player One Challenge: The Maze: Complete

If Anyone Else Says They Won the Hollywood Ready Player One Challenge: The Maze, They Are Lying Because I Did Update: Our obsessive and mostly literate staff put...
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McDonald’s Szechuan Sauce Has Returned to My Mouth

Controversial & Much Hyped Szechuan Sauce is Back at McDonald’s Hoping to stir the hearts and minds of Millennials once more, McDonald’s has re-re-released their Szechuan sauce in...
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Hollywood: Stop Trying to Make Steampunk Happen

Prepare a Strong Drink to Mix with Painkillers: Another Bad Steampunk Movie Is Coming Truly, has there ever been a genre so beleaguered by horrible writing and a...

The Return of Twin Peaks

The Cult Favorite Returns to TV on May 21. Will it resolve the frustration of the cliffhangers it left us with – or add to it? WARNING, POTENTIAL SPOILERS Those...

This Is (An) America To Be Feared

Editorial by Staff Writers Tony & Damian, in 2 parts Culture in Caricature By Tony The concept of profiting off of caricature as entertainment is as old as theatre itself....