Category Archives: Entertainment

Great Job, Internet!: Celebrate National Doughnut Day with a Twin Peaks supercut

It’s National Doughnut Day apparently, and in honor of this most hallowed (and totally cromulent) of holidays, why not look at all the times the delicious pastry was featured in Twin Peaks? The below supercut is by YouTube user steveh7nz and features many scenes of doughnuts being lovingly stacked, admired, and ultimately consumed. It’s weird that the Horne brothers never […]

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Coming Distractions: Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks fight the Cold War in the Bridge Of Spies trailer

From the look of it, the upcoming Bridge Of Spies is basically two Steven Spielberg movies for the price of one, combining the director’s taste for globetrotting mid-20th century intrigue (see: Catch Me If You Can, Munich) with his penchant for staging trials and negotiations that become referenda on underlying values (see: Amistad, Lincoln). This is Spielberg’s take on the […]

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Newswire: Exclusive IDW first look: A hilarious sci-fi comedy gets a sequel with D4VE2

One of the biggest comic surprises of last year was the sci-fi comedy miniseries D4VE, written by Ryan Ferrier with art by Valentin Ramon and published digitally through Monkeybrain Comics. Set in a world where robots have taken over and are now essentially living the same depressing lives humans had before, D4VE spotlights one robotic office worker, D4VE, who used […]

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Newswire: Tom Morello to rage with the machine by launching his own record label

Someone is trying to be a force for positive change in the word, which it’s time to make a few jokes at his expense. Entertainment Weekly reports that former Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello is starting his own record label. And, because he seems constitutionally incapable of not giving his projects names befitting an angry 16-year-old, […]

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Newswire: Josh Trank says he left the Star Wars spinoff because of internet trolls

Last month, a disturbance was felt in the Force as Chronicle director Josh Trank announced he was leaving the hotly anticipated spinoff movie Star Wars: As Good As It Fetts amidst rumors that Disney had fired him from the movie. Now, in an interview with The Los Angeles Times, Trank insists he left the film voluntarily. The director recently wrapped […]

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Big Issues: Bizarro #1 soars with kid-friendly, continuity-free superhero comedy

Each week, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week it’s Bizarro #1, written by Heath Corson (Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis, Batman: Assault On Arkham) with art by Gustavo Duarte (Guardians Team-Up, Monsters! & Other Stories) and colorist Pete Pantazis (Earth 2, Trinity). This issue is a stand-out of the DCYou initiative thanks to […]

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DVR Club: Is Bedelia observing or participating in Hannibal’s dreamy European vacation?

This week, TV editor Erik Adams welcomes assistant editor Becca James to DVR Club to discuss the much-awaited return of NBC’s Hannibal. Season two left us with a literal blood bath in finale “Kaiseki,” something season three opener “Antipasto” doesn’t directly address. Instead, we’re off to Europe with Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) and Bedelia (Gillian Anderson) to wreak some havoc, which […]

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