One is a mega-successful international pop-star, the other a fictional murderer with a nick for disfigurement and torture games. Yet, there is an undeniable connection between them – an underbelly reason of why we are drawn to them. We often find themselves rooting for villains. Their complexity speaks to our souls because we all know that the core of our souls is not perfect, either.
In a world with 20 different streaming services available at our fingertips, I find myself wondering how many of us are so impossibly indecisive about what we want to watch. Scrolling between Hulu, Netflix, Prime video, HBO Go and even Crackle. I will look at and read previews for 30 to 40 different movies and shows that Im 90% sure I will never ever in my life watch, let alone see through til the end.
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Crustbuk the Clown slammed his tumbler of Scotch onto the table.
The director sat at the head of the long table wearing a large smile and a dark green shirt that complemented his deep tan. “The casting job was amazing, Percy.” He spoke in a low tone to the screenwriter, seated at his right side and looking unrested in a ragged pullover shirt and three days of beard stubble. “You won’t believe it. Felice found the perfect actor for every part. She went like three extra miles to be mega-diverse, with a capital m-d.”
Okay, so before I start, I have to ask you a question, what do you think of when you read "Happy Tree Friends?" I think of bright blue skies, flowers, butterflies, and cute little animals playing around. But what if I told you that the case is the complete opposite........
Octonauts is an adorable show, beloved by many children, and it's inspired by seminal sci-fi series, making it ideal for geek parents to put on for their children. It teaches kids about animals in a way that's both fun and smart. But it is undeniable, Octonauts has some weird shit in it.
We’re lucky to be seeing anything in cinema that rivals Meet the Mormons, but now we have in In Emma’s Footsteps.