Farewell, Paul Ryan, you smirking fraud. Thank you for fucking off back to Wisconsin, to be with your family, at least until you accept one of the consulting or shadow lobbying jobs you are already being offered, which will inevitably bring you back to the Washington area, where you will actually spend the rest of…
RIP, spent many long nights in the 90s listening to Art. Pure entertainment.
If you’ve ever heard anyone riffing on a weird radio show full of wild conspiracy theories, you’ve heard of Art Bell.
How, exactly, is this defending the movie? They are posting about a YouTube video which explains the space combat in the film, while also acknowledging that said space combat was controversial.
If any one thing about The Last Jedi has been contentious—actually, no, strike that, everything about The Last Jedi has been contentious, including its approach to space combat (the Holdo Maneuver, anyone?). But according to one fan and critic, Rian Johnson’s epic actually makes space combat in the Star Wars universe…
I think Glen Morgan’s “This” is very underrated (it’s the only episode this season I’ve happened to watch twice, and it holds up well on a second viewing). That said, I think the new classics have been “The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat” and “Rm9sbG93ZXJz.”
It’s exactly what I hoped the last season would be.
Everyone wants to keep it a secret, but the truth is that, minus the first episode, this season has been AMAZING.
The Holy Grail is one of the all-time greats of British comedy. But you wouldn’t notice it from this sneaky trailer cut, which makes it looks like something that a blogger would be very quick to describe as “Game of Thrones-ian” if it were advertising a new show.
The extraterrestrial and fringe science research group founded by former Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge has released what is purportedly declassified Pentagon footage of a Navy pilot observing an unidentified flying object.
I feel personally attacked
After years of openly ruminating on the possibility, David Chase seems to be making good on his promise to return to The Sopranos with a prequel, selling New Line on a big-screen feature with the working title The Many Saints Of Newark that will revisit the totally legitimate businessmen of 1960s New Jersey. Chase…
Barkley has a dry, deadpan wit, worthy of the late Bob Elliott, good sir. He’s a naturally funny dude.
I was actually surprised how much I enjoyed Barkley in this episode, especially after that dryly delivered monologue. I thought the writers were actually pretty good in adjusting the sketches to fit his very monotone style.
Finally, at long last, the real underdogs of the criminal justice system - prosecutors and cops - will have their story told!
I still want to know who actually drew the dicks.
I’ve been saying that for years. DC heroes work way better in animation, just release big budget animated films in theaters.
Credited with having some of the best box art of all time, Secret of Mana deserves a remake directly inspired by its original packaging.