Joint Task Force Guantanamo, the U.S. armed forces operation responsible for the extrajudicial detention of hundreds of accused terrorists from around the world, has its very own magazine. And, like Elle, Dabiq, and Cosmo before it, I can’t stop reading The Wire.
The Wire absolutely belongs on the Mount Rushmore of television shows (it would probably be the spot of ol’ Abe) and its intro sequence was always one of the most memorable because of the music but also how it utilized up close look at scenes of the season while painting a broader picture of the entire world of The…
Like The Wire, but wish it was NOT filmed in standard definition with a 4:3 ratio? Enjoy streaming things on Amazon? Today is your day and no one can take that away from you, not even David Simon, creator of The Wire, who is decidedly ambivalent about the remastered HD version of The Wire that is now available for…
Kottke reports HBO is embarking on a rebroadcast marathon of The Wire. We should be pumped that The Wire is getting remastered in HD, right? Not so fast. HBO is about to ruin a classic.
I'm in the middle of a bit of a phase. And that phase is that I can't stop watching The Wire. So naturally, like a dope fiend, I have to have it all on DVD. All in the game, yo.
Since The Wire ended, things have been rough on all of us. We're out of touch with Baltimore, we keep asking ourselves what Omar Little would do, and we're just not hardcore like we used to be. But there may be hope.
Prepaid cellphones have long been used by unsavory criminal types, which is understandable! They're anonymous, inexpensive, and did I mention anonymous already? But now that we know the alleged Times Square bomber one, regulators have gotten out their regulatin' stick.
It's confirmed: HBO has hit iTunes and now you can download The Wire, Rome, The Sopranos, Sex and the City, Deadwood (another season, please,) and what really makes it all worth it: Flight of the Conchords. Ladies (and gentlemen) of the World, rejoice.