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The 5 Best Episodes of 'Chef's Table'
In the wide variety of food-related content swirling around the internet, Netflix seems to have a stronghold on the genre with not just the available content, but the quality of the content that exists. I'm admittedly a huge foodie and I have spent countless hours binging food-related content on Food Network, Netflix, Hulu, and beyond and I haven't been able to beat the best offering Netflix has - yes, I'm talking about Chef's Table.
The Most Important Life Lessons We Learned From 'Freaks and Geeks'
We previously focused on the reasons why you should watch Freaks and Geeks, but now we will think about the things that the show actually taught us. This show taught us a multitude of lessons throughout its 18-episode run. We learned answers to teenage issues regarding sex, drugs, friendship, and family life, but which of these stood out the most?
Why Do We Need Horror Icons?
For those of us who love horror movies and TV shows, there are a multitude of reasons as to why we are drawn to this expansive genre. Whether we are attracted to the high stakes, gore, or the stories of survival, it all boils down to one thing: We all love horror villains and icons.
Step Aside, Boys: Check Out These 10 Awesome Female Supervillains
"The female of the species is more deadly than the male" — Rudyard Kipling While many comic book fans (or even non-fans) would think the male species is the most dangerous and deadly out of all the comic supervillains, there is a lot of evidence to support the complete opposite. It's very likely that Rudyard Kipling was right by saying women are more deadly than men and we have several examples from multiple comic publishers to prove it. Whether it be seduction, mutant powers, superhuman abilities, magic, or being just plain evil, there are plenty of women within the popular comic book universes that prove to be just as evil, if not more evil, than their male counterparts.
4 Ways The Joker's Story Is Better In The 'Suicide Squad' Official Novel
It's been 5 years since the release of David Ayer's Suicide Squad. Crazy to think, but since then we've seen the DC Extended Universe crumble into oblivion, Harley Quinn go on her own, and Task Force X rebooted with James Gunn at the helm. We all had high hopes for Suicide Squad, and a lot of those hopes went unfulfilled with Jared Leto's version of the Joker.
'Suicide Squad' Mistakes: Did Continuity Errors Damage Harley Quinn's Origin?
Harley Quinn was no doubt one of the brightest stars in Suicide Squad back when the film was released in 2016. As a character, she's manipulative, funny, psychotic, and unpredictable... which is exactly how Harley should be. Margot Robbie knocked it out of the park with her performance as the former psychiatrist turned criminal sidekick. So much so that Robbie has reprised the role of Harley Quinn two more times with Birds of Prey in 2020 and The Suicide Squad in 2021.
Remember When Nine Inch Nails Mastermind Trent Reznor Wanted to Create a TV Series?
Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor first teased us with the idea of making a TV mini-series about his album, Year Zero, as far back as 2008. The album concept of exploring the world after a nuclear war between the United States and Iran gained popularity and attracted the likes of frequend NIN collaborator David Fincher and even head honchos over at HBO and BBC. There was even confirmation by Reznor himself that a Year Zero series was in the development stages at HBO and BBC, but even that update was 10 years ago.
Horror on the Small Screen: The Best TV Horror Villains
Similar to film, television horror depends on a few key formulas. Not only do you need to have high stakes and stunning visuals to keep an audience interested, but you need a menacing villain to hold it together. It also gives you something to be scared of or be angry about for weeks to come.