The crustaceans look especially less than cuddly.
Johnson can get rid of the rancidity of a remake and make it spray rainbows made of unicorn joy, right?
5 Shows After Dark
What a gloriously GIF-tastic last quarter it was.
Documentarian Rodney Ascher has created a distinct authorship by collecting experiences of people interacting with the bizarre. In 2010, he directed the short "The S from Hell," which shared various memories hat people had about theShow More Summary
Jumpstart your dinosaur excitement.
It's starting to get weird.
Plus Benedict Cumberbatch's odd hobby, Tom Hardy's undying Myspace page, and Olenna Tyrell talks 1960s feminism.
Hey! We were just trying to 'privately' enjoy your movie in a dark theater.
'Community' also went out in perfect, bittersweet fashion.
Cameron Crowe's “Aloha" is a movie for people who have never been to Hawaii, know no one who is part ethnic Asian or Pacific Islander, are completely ignorant of genetics and don’t mind that questionable genre of White Man Saves the World. Show More Summary
Almost two years ago, as Netflix was premiering “Derek” and riding waves of acclaim for “House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black,” I posited hat the company was in a unique position to support visions of auteurs that could not be supported at other networks. Show More Summary
Jon Snow goes completely off-book in this week's fantastic, thrilling, and terrifying 'Game of Thrones.'
Warning: This 26-minute documentary will do a number on you.
Here are the five bookfolk the author wishes hadn't been left out of the HBO series.
The summer movie derby thus far has offered moviegoers any number of startling sights and sounds but when it comes to laughs, the pickings have thus far been somewhat slim (unless you count the inadvertent ones found in the likes of "San Andreas"). Show More Summary
Predictable and gratuitous but still utterly intoxicating, Entourage will be beloved by devotees, while newbies won’t understand what all the fuss is about. Click To Continue Reading
Before you eviscerate someone online for not knowing something that is common knowledge, stop for a moment and give them the benefit of the doubt.
Hijinks ensue. And by hijinks, I mean everyone dies.
But don't worry. We'll still go back to admiring you in the morning.