Archive for September, 2015

Sex tag. Like freeze tag, but instead of tagging, there’s sex, and instead of freezing, there’s death. Unlike freeze tag, not a great schoolyard game. For a little while now, Jay has been dating Hugh. Immediately after sleeping together, Hugh covers Jay’s face with a rag soaked in ether. She wakes up tied to a   Read More …

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If you ask yourself, “What is the best first season of television,” consider NBC’s Heroes. And remember the question specified first season. Heroes is an ensemble drama about ordinary people who develop abilities, or powers, through no specific event (although a solar eclipse may have played a part in it). Think of it like Marvel’s   Read More …

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Inconsistently senile Woody Grant (Bruce Dern) believes he has won one million dollars from a magazine publisher’s sweepstakes – well known to be fraudulent. After being thwarted several times trying to walk to Lincoln, Nebraska, his son David (Will Forte) drives him there. On the road, the alcoholic Woody drinks himself to the ground, hitting   Read More …

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Knowing that it’s one of the most academically analyzed television series makes the fact that Buffy the Vampire Slayer is about a high school girl, named Buffy, beating on dudes with weird foreheads bring things into perspective, doesn’t it? The aforementioned Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is the chosen one – The Slayer (of vampires).   Read More …

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In 2004, Kevin Smith wanted to branch out. At that point, Smith’s version of branching out meant making a film not including his iconic characters Jay and Silent Bob, and including fewer poop jokes. Barely coping with the stress of being a single father, Ollie (Ben Affleck), a publicist, snaps and publicly lambastes Will Smith   Read More …

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