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  • 10 Radical 90’s Movies That Captured The Decade

    O 1990’s America, where art thou? This fantastic decade–the last of the American Century that seemed to find the country at the height of its powers economically, socially, and politically–can easily be considered a high watermark in American history. With… Read More ›

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  • Best Of Streaming: Halloween 2017

    One of the best parts of October after you get too old to dress up for Halloween (unless you feel that you’re never too old to dress up, in which case, good for you!) is getting into the spirit of… Read More ›

  • Perfect Movies: The Princess Bride

    Who would we, as a collective spirit, be without our stories? Fiction is one of the most complex and influential inventions in human history: our ability to create entire worlds, characters, and plots that have never been nor ever will… Read More ›

  • Awesome Garbage: Cool as Ice

    At one point in the history of America–specifically the beautiful, stupid early 90s–there was an awkward transition in pop culture when rap music was something on the verge of being a legitimate genre and something entertainers aped to seem hip… Read More ›

  • Cult Classics: Forbidden Zone

    One of the central tenets that defines a cult film is its inaccessibility to a general audience. Great cult films have gained their notoriety for being exceedingly difficult works for many people to understand or appreciate. Meanwhile, they are also… Read More ›

  • Great TV: Frasier

    ♪♫♬Hey baby, I hear the blues a-callin’, tossed salad and scrambled eggs ♪♫♬. But of course everyone that’s seen Frasier would recognize this familiar line, which plays over the closing credits and is sung by star Kelsey Grammer. But the… Read More ›