Entertainment Weekly has some very interesting news about the next season of Supergirl. It’s not exactly good news, but it’s definitely relevant if you have even a passing affection for the show or its characters.
Wonder Woman had some great moments. Seeing a woman smash a soldier into mush with her shield, toss a tank over people’s heads, and commit willful acts of beautifully violent misandry was nice. But lurking below the shining feminist bastion of fists and charm lurks a very, very big problem.
I feel like a lot of tie-in novels today aren’t nearly as balls-to-the-wall crazy as they used to be. Corporations have an unbreakably tight grip on all their properties and everything associated with a successful property is carefully planned out and has the edges filed down. For example, the latest Young Adult …
Remember guys, when you have a really cool product that everyone loves and that sells out immediately, the first order of business is to kill that fucker and put it in the ground before people get too attached. This impossibly foolish logic seems to be guiding Nintendo, which just told IGN it will stop shipping the…
Hey, remember how Tim Burton is making a live-action Dumbo movie because that’s the world we live in now? It seems that, if nothing else, this movie may reunite Burton with Michael Keaton.
You might be surprised to learn that people try to bring loaded guns through TSA checkpoints. In reality, however, thousands of people try to do it every year, because this is America, after all.
Casey Neistat was a vlogger. Now, he lives among the clouds.
We’ve all been there. You’re trying to get intimate and you need some lube, but it’s cold and that totally ruins the sexy vibe you’re going for. And that’s why you can buy lube and lotion warmers for about $25. Or you can pay 10x as much for one that’s a bit prettier.
Fairy tales are so tired right now. They can’t keep up with all the reimaginings and spinoffs and mashups and modern takes. In the realm where the Platonic manifestations of fairy tales live, they’re just begging for a break. And yet...
No, this is not a Syfy Channel Original Movie. I checked.
It’s October. Which means that one fried of mine just had her birthday and that other friend had a half birthday. Also, it means everyone is knee deep in autumnal colors and pumpkin spice frippery. Why? Because pumpkin spice is the order of the season and because we’re all exhausted bloggers who never met an…
Ever wanted to wear a foot brace, but didn’t have an injury to justify it? Well you’re in luck. On Thursday, Teva and Ugg released a collaboration of fur-lined sandals that bear an eery resemblance to a foot brace. It’s the perfect shoe for those who love cold toes in the winter or sweaty feet in the summer.
This horrifying metal octopus is “The Only Seven Person Tricycle,” and its human victims are being slowly devoured by bad decision-making. Lets try to understand what we’re looking at here.
I mean that literally: everything in this movie is stupid. But stupid in such high quantities that I have to almost admire it. Like, this movie is a puppy that keeps shitting on my floor, but it’s too cute for me to really get worked up.
No matter what else went wrong with the Amazing Spider-Man movies, Andrew Garfield’s passion for the character was never in doubt. Unfortunately, along with being deeply invested in something comes the opportunity to be deeply let down.
If you’re familiar with the frequently ridiculous batshit insanity that is the Metal Gear Solid franchise, you’ll look at the above picture of a dog, in a sneaking suit, with an eye patch, and holding a knife it its mouth, and treat it as perfectly normal. The rest of us, meanwhile, will go “buh-whaaaaa???”
Poor Adobe. Along with everyone pre-eulogizing Flash, the only other property of theirs you can name—Photoshop—is in danger. Intellectual property danger.
I really hope this is the end of “versions of famous characters set in a dystopic future.” I don’t even have words for how unnecessary this is. Just, please, dear god, why. Stop. No.
I swear this next sentence is true and not the result of a Mad Lib: The CW is developing a “hyper-stylized, gritty adaptation” of Little Women with Michael Weatherly (NCIS) executive producing. Whatever you’re about to say, I KNOW.