Great Job, Internet!: Here’s how Hannibal serves up such mouthwatering human flesh

Whether Hannibal avoids his just desserts on a series-ending cliffhanger, becomes a palette-cleansing entremet for a smaller cable network, or is served up as a binge-able amuse-bouche for a streaming provider, the Lithuanian-born serial killer has had one hell of a run. Not simply content to murder without remorse right under the nose of the FBI, Dr. Lecter has an […]

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Coming Distractions: The full trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp does not suck dick

With just about a month to go before the whole series hits Netflix, it’s about time for the first full, official trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp. Hell, the first movie came out so long ago, it was practically the stone age. Thankfully, the new clips do not suck dick. Full of amazing Paul Rudd motorcycle […]

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Power Hour: 60 minutes of music that sum up the venerable, ornery Neil Young

Power Hour distills musicians’ discographies down to one tight 60-minute set, picking the big hits and deeper cuts from across a career, looking both to define who the artists are and to serve as a killer compilation. In the original liner notes to Neil Young’s 1977 anthology Decade, the singer-songwriter comments briefly about where his head was at after his […]

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Movie Review: Jackie & Ryan hopes the folkie romance formula will work more than Once

The Irish indie musical Once obviously had an effect on American audiences and, perhaps more so, American filmmakers. In the years since its 2007 release, several movies have attempted to retell the story of two good-hearted people bonding, and maybe falling in love, over music made with acoustic guitars (this list includes director John Carney’s own Once follow-up, Begin Again). […]

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Movie Review: Cartel Land examines anti-drug vigilantes on both sides of the Mexican border

Matthew Heineman’s documentary Cartel Land opens with a bit of misdirection. The film’s initial interview subjects are actual cartel members who manufacture crystal meth; Heineman shoots them at work in the middle of the night, out in the Mexican desert, wearing masks to obscure their identities and speaking frankly about their awareness of the devastation their activities will wreak (mostly […]

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