We aren't talking about zombies here. We're talking about the unspoken rules by which the entire 'Walking Dead' universe functions.
Censorship of movies is rarely justified, but at least most of the time it manages to make some kind of sense. Not in these cases, however.
We decided to track down three members of Comcast's customer service strike force, and learned their terribleness is complicated and also very strange.
It turns out some 'kid-safe' franchises were just waiting for an opportunity to betray decades of parental trust.
The gremlins that work in marketing have hidden some really terrible messages in their so-called 'inspiring' commercials.
It turns out the real people who inspired your favorite fictional characters are actually far more compelling.
In positions that decide life and death, you'll find people cheating their way into the job. And they get in way to easy.
These shows started off being fine before forgetting what made the show work and going down a wrong path for a while.
The following family films are so suspiciously similar to adult hits that we have to wonder if the producers just decided to take some major successes, and replace all the sex and violence with rainbows and happy endings.
If there are any professional filmmakers in my readership, just sit down and shut up for a minute while Big Papa teaches you how to do your job.
Modern kids' movies are the one category you can count on being free of the dystopian landscapes and seamy underbellies, right? (Hint: Wrong.)
These people weren't in the trailers or movie posters. They're just doing small but good work, and their presence in the film is a big surprise.
Obviously, with today being Halloween and you being a total lemming who just does what everyone else does, you could stay in and crap your pants to these flicks.
A very small group of actors are fortunate enough (or unfortunate, in some cases) to be the owners of achievements unique to them, achievements that are almost impossible for anyone else to duplicate.