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Oh so many faces you’ve seen in oh so many movies and TV shows.
Cooking shows have been all the rage in the aughts.
Have you ever read an issue of Rolling Stone magazine?
#WhoDrewTheDicks … that’s the question everyone is asking.
Money…that’s what I want. And that’s what this show’s (apparently) about.
I just watched a batch of episodes from the first live action attempt of The Tick, which aired on FOX in 2001. Now, Amazon is looking to best that failed effort.
Having trouble keeping up with all the Marvel Cinematic Universe content? Good.
He’s friendly! And he’s coming to your neighborhood! (Once again.)
Fans of the Wayans brothers rejoice!
Fans of Princess Diana…do you think you’ve heard everything she’s said? National Geographic is betting you haven’t.
For those of you who love true crime and just can’t get enough of the Laci Peterson murder case (and you know you can’t) comes this new series from A&E.
Remember that great 1995 crime comedy (crimedy?) based on the Elmore Leonard novel? This ain’t it.
“Normal is overrated.” Ahhh, growing up. The awkward teen years.
You may have already seen Swedish Dicks on the internet. And apparently you liked it.
Ever wonder what it was like to be a salesman in 1980s Britain? Probably not, but this new Netflix series looks like it’s worth a chuckle.
Millennials screwing with baby boomers. That’s one way to sum up the mouse & cat game in Stephen King’s new television series.
Remember what they said about all those Saturday Night Live skits they turned into 90-minute movies? How they said there’s just not enough “joke” there to span the length of a feature film?
It took a couple years to arrive, but Wizard of Oz fans are getting another take on the classic book that spawned a media behemoth.
Do you miss 1980s buddy-cop movies and TV shows? How about a bad dubbing of a foreign action flick? Well, miss them no more!