Enough with the Batman Movies Already
Robert Pattinson will apparently be the new Batman. But do we really need more Batmen?
Let The New 'Queer Eye' Defrost Your Frozen-Over Heart
Netflix's relentlessly optimistic and subtly political makeover show is a perfect 2018 coping mechanism.
The Future of the Sitcom Is in the Past
Traditional networks are increasingly looking at rebooting old shows and that might actually be a win for progressives.
The Power Rangers Are Back, and They're Trying Really Hard to Be Woke
Like the "explicitly gay moment" in "Beauty and the Beast," the gay Power Ranger follows a growing trend of masking marketing as progress.
Stop Rebooting TV Shows, You Lazy Assholes
When networks are stooping to revive not-good-the-first-time trash like "MAD TV," it's time to pull the plug on television's necrophilia trend.
The 'Halloween' Franchise Is Getting Resurrected Yet Again
John Carpenter's 1978 original is a horror classic, but the sequels and remakes that followed have been mostly unwatchable. So why is it coming back?
the hidden language
The Hidden Language of Comic Book Writers
Comic book lingo has gone mainstream, but there are still terms—like "red skies event"—that make no sense outside of the comic world. Writer Fred Van Lente explains what they mean.
When Did Nerds Become So Intolerant?
Any time a film critic dares to criticize a movie that the general public has already declared a masterpiece, they are insulted, abused, and in some cases, the subject of death threats. What makes fanboys so eager to attack any difference of opinion?