South Park

Here Are the Highlights from EW’s ‘South Park’ Oral History

If you’ve long been a fan of South Park’s obscene, rotund (yet very two-dimensional) elementary schoolers with a preternatural penchant for… Read More

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10 Essential Animated Movies That Are Absolutely Not for Kids

This week, the Criterion Collection releases Watership Down, Martin Rosen’s 1978 adaptation of Richard Adams’ novel. It’s one of the few animated films in the collection to date, but don’t go gathering up the kids, movie nerds — from the moment little Fiver gets his apocalyptic vision, wherein “The field… the field… it’s covered with blood!,” it’s very clear that this is one cartoon that’s not for the kiddies. But it’s also a terrific movie, reminding us that too often, the seemingly malleable form of the animated feature film is consigned to family entertainment and left there. Here are a few notable… Read More

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Jaw-Droppingly Intricate Crayola Mini-Sculptures of Pop Culture Characters

There aren’t that many totally universal experiences, but it seems safe to say that most of us spent a fair amount of our childhood with a crayon in our hands (or, more accurately, in our hands and our mouths. Just me?). Yet after they’re broken or melted (or eaten!), most of us just throw them away — but not Hoang Tran. This multimedia artist ingeniously carves large crayons into icons of popular culture, with carefully applied melted wax from other crayons adding color accents. It sounds far too time-consuming and delicate for an impatient clod like your correspondent, but Tran’s done a ton of these amazing mini-sculptures, so we’ve picked a few of our favorites; check out the full assortment over at his Tumblr. … Read More

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50 of the Greatest Literary Moments on TV

It’s probably safe to say that media tends to refer to itself, in one way or another — and referring to literature, as opposed to other forms of pop culture, is one way to make just about anything a little more highbrow. Television, notoriously full of references and allusions, might be the worst/best culprit, and the most fun to hunt through for literary moments — after all, nothing’s more fun than seeing books on the boob tube. Here, you’ll find 50 of the greatest and most memorable literary allusions, shout-outs, cameos, and references on television, as well as real-life author appearances and whole episodes, or even whole seasons, based on… Read More

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‘South Park’ Christmas Special Features Bill Cosby, Taylor Swift, and Holograms of Tupac, Kurt Cobain, and Elvis Presley

Thanks to its unusually fast production time, South Park has managed to stay relevant, even after airing for almost 20 years. This… Read More

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Listen to “Push: Feeling Good on a Wednesday,” ‘South Park”s Fake Lorde Song Performed by Sia

It keeps getting weirder! South Park’s extended Lorde parody — which, with each episode, systematically makes Lorde seem less like… Read More

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Watch: Last Night’s ‘South Park’ Spoofed Lorde

Whether somewhat guiltily or not (leaning towards not), I’ve taken to watching a LOT of Lorde-related content lately. Whether… Read More

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