2017 TV// Part 2

2017 TV// Part 2

You still here? Check part 1 if you missed it. Here’s the continued, uninformed, conversation between myself and Cheyne. SURPRISES OF 2017 S:”I loved it [Handmaidens Tale]. It really had everything I wanted in a show and it made me not hate a voiceover in a show. I’ve actually gotten more people to say they […]

2017 TV // Part 1

2017 TV // Part 1

If there’s one thing I can guarantee from this year; you’re going to see a lot of lists. “Top 17 Movies,” “Best 50 TV Shows,” or “27 Reasons To Stop Watching TV Forever” … You get the point. Well, we don’t like lists. I sat down with my editor, Cheyne Gilmore, who claims to watch […]

Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek Pitch

Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek Pitch

With all the buzz around a Tarantino/J.J. Abrams collaboration for Star Trek, I reached out to my contacts over at Paramount, and got my hands on a transcript of his pitch. We can neither confirm nor deny whether this is authentic. Paramount Exec: Thanks for meeting Quentin Tarantino: This is going to be big. We’re planning […]

The Best Worst Movie Ever

The Best Worst Movie Ever

This weekend The Disaster Artist was released in 19 theaters and grossed over $64k per venue. The Room was released 14 years ago in one theater that Tommy Wiseau rented out, and it grossed about $1800. Just like its creator, The Room’s budget remain’s only a half-solved mystery; it’s alleged that the film cost around six million to produce. What’s not a […]

All The Wrong Reasons

All The Wrong Reasons

I was watching the new Showtime series, White Famous, this past week and this line jumped out at me… “Diversity’s real important to me right now.” There’s something so funny about it. Though it’s spoken quite earnestly, the intent is very clear… Diversity is only important because that’s what networks and large conglomerates think the […]