Sci-fi movies are awesome and immersing until you let logic seep in.
Gene Siskel was unnecessarily doxxing people way before the basement-dwelling denizens of Reddit were.
Did the people trying to depict realistic teenage experiences ever actually experience teenagerdom?
Centuries from now, our grandchildren's grandchildren will be watching beautiful people erotically waterboard one another on the beach, and they'll have no clue where it came from.
Every once in a while, you can find the solutions to your bafflement in the same fictional universe that provided the plot hole in the first place.
Here's photographic evidence that the people making our favorite movies and TV shows are some goofy motherflippers.
Creative liberties often seem better described as bizarre liberties.
In the same way there's no shortage of horrifying moments in your actual childhood, there are a lot of creeptacular moments in the family friendly shows we used to watch.
Recycling characters is a time-honored tradition in pop culture.
It turns out all of our favorite after-school buddies lived in insane, inescapable hellscapes.
Thankfully, not every human-turned-furniture needed screen time in the newest 'Beauty And The Beast.'
Pop culture can impact us in some bizarrely wonderful ways.
It's nice to know there's still some movie magic left in Hollywood.