A fish? A bathtub? That’s not where fish go.
What? Me, introverted? Yes, and it’s bloody exhausting.
“But she’s got high notes, she’s got high notes / She’s got high apple pie, in the sky notes.”
Sorry gang, I don’t have a pithy, clever, insightful, or even corny intro to this piece, the movie is just too good.
And if anyone can hold Steve Coogan accountable, it’s career Welshman Rob Brydon.
Ditch the burgers, gain a park plus tons of musical alums. Seems like a fair trade.
We’re trying something new at The Playlist by writing about things that are old! (And also sort of kinky.)
How to build a girl? Start with a good script.
In today’s edition of “TV shows aren’t movies and movies aren’t TV shows”: TNT’s ‘Snowpiercer.’
Not Brian Dennehy’s last-last role, but it might be his last great role. We’ll see once his last-last movies come out.
Stop the presses, Quentin Dupieux made a movie that I’m not ambivalent about!
Andy is writing about food now, which makes so much sense that it’s shocking he hasn’t gotten into that market before now.
The first of two Apple TV+ series dropping this month that I actually like, riding on the strengths of Rafe Spall and Esther Smith.
Me, you, and everyone we know, including Destry and the Cremator, take a trip to the Grand Budapest Hotel but get caught out by an army of shadows.
A movie with a title this fun shouldn’t turn out this frustratingly amateur. Big wasted opportunity, if you ask me.
Spend your summer indoors watching things that are not produced by Marvel: Spooky things, violent things, horny things, bone-crunching things, and things that are combinations of each of these.
Not a Magic: The Gathering reference or a Nine Inch Nails reference, and mercifully not even a reference to 1980s kids-versus-the-monsters movies.
The Bride rejects Frankenstein while a bunch of evil dead take a few wrong turns on a Ouija board. It’s a hell-raising VHS nightmare.
Oh, Ryan Murphy, you historical revisionist rascal, you.
“And the moral of the story is, don’t buy from Amazon,” he said bravely, having already bought from Amazon.