It’s Mississippi, not Westeros. But the competition and violence is real.
History is rolling out a jousting reality show and EW.com has some exclusive first-look video. The show is called Full Metal Jousting and it follows a tournament where would-be knights strap on armor, grab a lance and ride at full gallop toward each other at 30 miles per hour. “It ain’t no dinner show,” as one rider puts… Continue reading ‘Game of Thrones’ fans: History unveils a jousting reality show — VIDEO
Chewbacca is going to be on the holiday episode of ‘Glee.’ Sadly, it does not appear that he will be participating in any Life Day events (if you have any idea what Life Day refers to, I’m sorry), but he will be appearing in some sort of Christmas dream sequence. “Oh, heavens, Chewbacca appearing on ‘Glee’ is a travesty to the sanctity of ‘Star Wars,’” you… Continue reading Like 'Glee': A Brief History of 'Star Wars' Characters Appearing in Something That's Not 'Star Wars'
What to watch on Tuesday, October 25…
Happy Tuesday to you, your family, and friends, but not their family or friends because that’s just too many people right there. Unless you would be included in the aforementioned group of family or friends of your family and friends, because like I said, Happy Tuesday to you!
8pm, CBSNCISQuick question: Are there any Navy lieutenants left? Or have they all been murdered by now?… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: NCIS, Last Man Standing, and the History Channel takes on Zombies
The controversial ‘Human Centipede II: Full Sequence’ opening Friday in 18 select theaters around the country has already achieved a mountain of notorious hype. The sequel to 2010′s shocker about a mad doctor obsessed with surgically connecting people mouth-to-anus promises to be even more disgusting and brutal — and with reports that ‘Human Centipede II’ features even more graphic torture, bodily fluids and rape, it’s no surprise that the movie… Continue reading The Most Banned Horror Movies in History
It’s tricky to make a comedy about hysteria. It was the catch-all diagnosis of the Victorian era, and while it certainly offered some wild moments of comedy (like the creation of the vibrator), it was also a lazy diagnosis used to contain women’s humanity. Nearly anything and everything would and did get labeled as hysteria, including normal behaviors like irritability, faintness, and insomnia… Continue reading 'Hysteria' TIFF Review: Tanya Wexler's Successful Mixture of Laughter, History, and Feminism