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“I don’t think you’re a game designer, I think you’re a world builder.”Read more...
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Operating on the presumed assumption that going where people vocally don’t want him—i.e., everywhere—and saying the things people don’t want him to say—i.e., everything—has never worked out less than ...
Posted: Yesterday, 23:47
Just a week after the Alamo Drafthouse and Fantastic Fest came under fire for the quiet re-hiring of former Birth.Movies.Death. editor Devin Faraci—who was accused last year of groping and sexually as...
Posted: Yesterday, 22:27
Donald Trump—a man for whom kicking hornets nests comes as naturally as if he was a blindfolded guy in clown shoes, walking through Ye Olde Hornet-Filled Woods—found a doozy to punt today, picking a f...
Posted: Yesterday, 22:27
Introducing the world premiere of World Of Tomorrow 2, the sequel to the Oscar-nominated short film described by The A.V. Club’s Noel Murray as one of the best films of 2015, Don Hertzfeldt seemed tir...
Posted: Yesterday, 22:00
“Last Week Fights, This Week Tights,” season four, episode 21, originally aired 5/11/2004Read more...
Posted: Yesterday, 20:00
Boston native Chris “CT” Tamburello is known for his stints on MTV reality shows, including The Real World: Paris, Made, and for the past 13 years, The Challenge. In the video above, CT tells us what ...
Posted: Yesterday, 19:32
Pick any Transparent episode, drop in at any timestamp, and you’ll see that boundaries are anathema to the Pfefferman family. They repress very little, and almost never think something they don’t imme...
Posted: Yesterday, 19:28
For its inaugural edition, Art House Theater Day—a celebration of independently owned movie theaters created in the wake of Record Store Day’s massive success—leaned in to the weird side of indie film...
Posted: Yesterday, 18:45
Soul sensation Charles Bradley has died. The “Take It As It Comes” singer—whose life took a long, circuitous route to musical success—was 68.Read more...
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