Jackass Forever: An Exceptional Conundrum?

Find out what happens when someone who's never watched an episode of Jackass is thrown into the deep end of the piranha-infested pool.

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We're All Going to the World's Fair: A Deep Dive into Human Perception

Jane Schoenbrun's debut feature, We're All Going to the World's Fair, examines the alternate reality of online culture with unsettling insight.

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The Batman in Cosmopolis

Jonathan Weidler sees a great deal of Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis in Matt Reeves’ The Batman.

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How I Met Your Mother: An Essay on Preserving Your Past

Adam Forsgren's latest essay takes a look at How I Met Your Mother and the importance of preserving your past.

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Nightmare Alley: A Pulpy Parable

Nightmare Alley is more than a Noir gone to Hell. We look at why Guillermo del Toro's latest venture is a true work of art.

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Quantum Leap: You’ve Done a lot of Good, Sam Beckett

Quantum Leap is one of the best television series of all time. Find out why we believe it remains relevant to this day.

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Why The Ref Is a Christmas Miracle

We retro a hidden gem for the holiday season, the hilarious and often overlooked alt-Christmas flick, The Ref starring Denis Leary.

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Is Bad Santa a reimagining of The Grinch?

Bad Santa and The Grinch might have more in common than you think. Adam Forsgren gives us his unique take on these two holiday classics.

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Bruce Campbell: House Divided Review

House Divided, a political satire from Bruce Campbell is now available on Amazon. Here is our spoiler free review of his latest novel.

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Truth Seekers: Ghosts, Trauma and Nick Frost

Truth Seekers is more than a horror comedy series. In between the laughs, there is a message on how to deal with trauma and loss.

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Unstuck in Time: Getting to Know Kurt Vonnegut

Unstuck in Time, a documentary on legendary writer, Kurt Vonnegut gives audiences a peek inside the life of the literary genius.

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Last Night in Soho: A Seductive Slow Burn

Last Night in Soho is a compelling combination of ghost story, coming-of-age tale, and a tribute to Mario Bava and Dario Argento.

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