Listen up, ladies! Andi Dorfman is telling it like it is. You, yes you, are a psycho crazy person, just like her. And she’s writing a book to prove it.
When, in the course of human events, it because necessary for one people to totally kick the ass of another at total TV watched over a lifetime, you bet your fat ass that the U.S. of A. will come out on top!
Disney Channel pumps out another TV movie with the potential to be a High School Musical-sized cultural phenomenon. Introducing The Descendants. Check inside to see what all the fuss is about.
Every question, every answer! HNTP presents the entire first hour of the GOP in snarky recap form. (Part 2 coming soon.)
This is it! The Season One and/or possibly series finale of the bildungsroman that taught us to embrace the cold war, break out our Walkmans, and sprechen sie deutsch. Will we get that Star Wars moment we’ve been pining for?
“Daniel Craig’s Bond carries a considerably larger burden of expectations than his predecessors ever did. To that problem, I submit the following solution: Kill James Bond.”
BINGE OR NO? The Prequel to Wet Hot American Summer (Because 40-Somethings Playing Teenagers is Never Not Funny)
You try and tell a Hollywood actress she can’t play a high schooler any more. Go ahead, we dare you. Yeah, we didn’t think so. And thus we get Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp: The Series.
It’s the final day of the Mad Men props auction! To the studio, it’s trash… but to fans, it’s treasure. But be warned, you’ll have to pay a king’s ransom for it.
Deanna Troi’s role on Star Trek: The Next Generation: What’s so bad about a therapist on the bridge?
“It’s been written that what dates Star Trek: The Next Generation as an ‘80s show more than anything is the presence of a therapist on the bridge. But what does that mean? Does it mean that therapy became chic in the ‘80s, but is going to fade in importance?”
Ryan Seacrest’s latest brainchild is stillborn. Turns out Americans only like to watch celebrities humiliate themselves on TV, not random schmoes off the streets. Good for us, I guess?
With photos of the reclusive Kim Kardashian so hard to come by, it’s easy to understand why reality TV’s most famous shrinking violet thought a 350-page book of selfies would be a big winner. She was very, very wrong.
Party time! Why yes, it is a dark and gritty and morose party filled with existentially tortured individuals delving into sex and violence while twisting in the wind of despair. How did you know?
What company is hated by its own customers more than any other? A Zogby poll has the answer, and here’s a hint: this company hates its customers right back.
“All that’s left now is to quickly get to the obligatory big battle sequence where the movie throws as many guys with guns into the frame as possible, and they all stand around shooting at each other long enough for us to finally end this damn thing.”
Our True Detective recap marathon continues with sexual harassment, shocking twists, and a whole lot of bickering over personal finances.
If there’s anything that unites the world, it’s the fact that we all love trashy reality TV with trashy celebrities doing despicable things. So, of course, the Chinese government has no choice but to destroy it. Thanks, Obama.
Carnage. Lots and lots of carnage. So much carnage. And some other stuff, but all you’ll really remember is the carnage. Our True Detective recap marathon reaches Day/Episode 4!
Last week Martin saved his mother’s life. This week he tries to save the world, only nobody will listen to him. It’s the second to last recap of Deutschland 83’s inaugural season!
Introducing a man-eating car and a lava-vomiting spider. What more do you need to know? You either want to see that or you desperately want to see that. Those are your only two options.
“Ultimately, Hollywoodland will probably only be remembered for the novelty of Ben Affleck playing Superman years before he played Batman.”