We thought it might be fun to take some of the most inexplicably shithouse crazy panels from comic book history and try to make sense of them through the eyes of someone who's completely unfamiliar with the context.
Alas, not all movies are honest -- some are willing to fill your head with utter garbage for the sake of filling in a few moments of dialogue.
Turns out even our 'wholesome' classics were pretty much done by people high off dumpster trucks worth the drugs.
Shooting even the steamiest sex scene is awful and uncomfortable.
When it comes to pop culture memories we're basically all the guy from Memento.
Making films 101: When you have a problem, the best thing to do is make more problems.
When product placement works, it works damn well. When it doesn't, well, it looks like total trash.
We've been on high alert for subliminal propaganda, when all this time it's been dancing and singing stupid songs right in front of us.
In 2013, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas predicted the film industry as we know it would 'implode' if/when, in the near future, too many wildly expensive blockbuster movies flopped.
Not every tie-in attraction can be a runaway success -- or attract throngs of rabid superfans who will trash your property.
There are a lot of unanswered questions about this fictional universe just beneath the surface that are far more sinister than we might have suspected.
Movies have been steadily stealing from video games in such sneaky ways that you'd probably never notice it unless someone put both things side by side.
In the days before Indiegogo, some now-famous directors got the money they needed for their breakout films in less conventional ways.
I went to Hot Topic a few days ago, because why not? Sometimes you want to buy a 'Fallout 4' backpack and a John Cena T-shirt.
When it comes to movie directors, the lack of sanity can be quite striking.