Ever the fans of absurd pop culture-inspired merch, the bizarre Kim Kardashian Human Centipede tee got our attention earlier this week. Clearly, it’s time to round up more of the ridiculous merch that we’ve crossed paths with, including clothes we would never wear. …Read More
Here’s the Red-Band Trailer for Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Christmas Eve Comedy, ‘The Night Before’
Movie comedians seem to have a real soft spot for Christmas movies—not because of any particular holiday spirit, it seems, but because if you end up with a perennial, it’s the gift that keeps on giving, year after year.
In December 2014, the imminent release of Seth Rogen and James Franco’s idiots-take-North Korea comedy The Interview set off both the Sony Pictures hacking scandal and the terrorist threat that any theaters showing the film would be attacked: “The world will be full of fear,” the hackers wrote. It was still a strange, surreal, largely online controversy that was hard for the average American citizen to see and feel the effects of in their day-to-day life. For me, the clearest example of a world with and without The Interview was when I was walking past a days-in-the-making painted mural advertising the movie in Williamsburg; the day after the film was officially pulled from theaters, that ad was, once again, a white wall.
There’s nothing better than a snow day — except perhaps a snow day with a companion. (Let’s just pretend that Juno was the crazy blizzard we were promised.) Whether alone or together, you can stay warm throughout the aftermath of the storm with this killer collection of the best romantic, steamy, and sensual films currently available on Netflix …Read More