It turns out there's a lot of insanity hidden in the scripts for even the best movies.
The Purge has turned into one of the most consistently entertaining film series' in recent memory, and that success led me to a fairly obvious question this weekend: Would the Purge actually work in the United States?
This failure of movie trailers was a team effort by all of us.
If it weren't for Mowgli, there would be no communication between animals and humans and no whimsical stories that would teach generations of children to look at their non-talking pets with disappointment.
Illustrators and animators don't usually take into account the weird side effects which would befall their creations if they were real.
Who knows which far-out, awesome-looking tech will cross over into our reality next? Hopefully not any of these.
I have spent years forgoing human contact in an effort to bring you this: a definitive list of ways to tell if your favorite TV show is nose-diving into the toilet.
Sometimes death scenes have less to do with artistic intention and more to do with some B.S. behind the scenes.
Disney films are our modern day fables and they have a lot of pretty messed up stuff happening.
Whether it's through persistence, greed, circumstance, or plain dumb luck, some iconic characters have managed to survive their own creators' best attempts to waste them.
Turns out there are some stories out their that slipped their religious subtexts under the radar so well you didn't realize it.
Professor Oak, or whatever equivalent the game offers, is a con artist, tricking you into doing the dirty work so his spritely, pixelated hands can stay pristine.