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Netflix: Give Us Stranger Things 2 Sooner

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Last summer Netflix released Stranger Things and lovers of horror and sci-fi commenced their binge watching. The internet instantly fell in love with the gang from Hawkins, Indiana and were only left wanting more after the finale which left more questions than answers. Last week when a promo for the second season of Stranger Things […]

SPLIT: I Had High Hopes And It Delivered

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To say I was excited to see SPLIT would be an understatement. I remember last year when the trailer came out and I watched it twice, in a row, and then showed a few friends. I remember hearing the line, “Kevin has 23 distinct personalities inside his body” reverberate in my head and thinking about how […]

Why Meryl Streep’s Acceptance Speech Bothered Me (And It’s Not What You Think)

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On Sunday Meryl Streep received the Cecil B. Demille Lifetime Achievement award at the Golden Globes for her acting work spanning forty-one years. She spent the better part of her speech talking about the diversity in the room with people born from many different backgrounds and countries. She then went on to say if, “you […]

The Academy Award Best Picture Winner That Nobody Talks About (But Everyone Should)

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If I told you that the movie the title refers to has to do with mental health and is based on a book what Best Picture winner would you probably think of? 1975’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest? You’d be wrong. Yes while that movie was based on a book and does deal with […]

17 Movies You Should Be Excited For In 2017

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2017 is going to be a great year to sit back at the cinema and take in some flicks so I compiled a list of 17 movies to look forward to in 2017.   The Book of Love Henry (Jason Sudeikis) loses his wife in a car accident so he sets out to help a […]

How Everyone Got a Happy Ending

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It’s been almost 4 years since How I Met Your Mother aired it’s final episode and the fate of the gang, including the titular mother was revealed. I was visiting my sister today when that final episode was on and we chatted while it played in the background. As the final credits rolled and pictures […]

Rule 666: If It Exists, It Can Be Used to Scare the Hell Out You.

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Follow the rules. While watching When the Bough Breaks, a movie about a surrogate mother who falls in love with the biological father and attempts to kill the biological mother, it occurred to me, there is literally a horror movie about everything. For those familiar with the internet, there exists Rule #34 which states If […]

Why Leslie Jones Is My Favorite SNL Castmate

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I’ve been watching Saturday Night Live for about two decades. Between watching live, seeing “the best of” specials and “hey check if they have that sketch on YouTube” suggestions from my dad. I have seen the best of the best SNL has offered in its 42 season run. After watching this weekend update from this […]

There’s A Sitcom For Every Demographic, Except For the Fastest Growing Religion

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It’s 4:30 AM on a Tuesday morning. I’m wide awake but my girlfriend is fast asleep and my dog is too lazy to go for a walk at this hour. Let me turn on the TV and catch up on one of the many sitcoms that I enjoy watching throughout the week. About 15 minutes […]

Found Footage Needs To Get Lost Again

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Is it time for ‘found footage’ movies to get lost? After watching Blair Witch (2016), the sequel to 1999’s The Blair Witch Project, I began thinking of how many found footage horror movies have popped up in the 17 years since the first installment had been released, and how bad they’ve become. I was too […]