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I Want That: A bed that becomes your own private movie theater

One of the greatest American traditions is lying in bed and doing nothing. Then TV made it so you could at least watch something while you acted like a potato. Next came the VCR, and all of a sudden nerds could rewind the slave Leia scenes in complete privacy. In the new age we have Netflix, Hulu and Lord knows what else to keep us stationary and satisfied. But we are not yet at the...
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01.10.2017
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The lost first episodes of MST3k finally found!

This is exciting news for MSTies everywhere! As someone who has professed my love for this amazing show before , I couldn't be more ecstatic! With everything seemingly  going to shit all around us , it's nice to know that at least something positive happened this year. For those who don't know, MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 is a comedy show where a hapless...
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11.29.2016
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C'mon Hollywood: The Paranormal Activity franchise needs to be put to rest!

Without sounding like a hater, I love PARANORMAL ACTIVITY . I don't think I've ever been more afraid in a movie theater and even several nights later, I was still affected by that final image of Katie Featherstone. While the second and third entries were also really good, that fourth one was, well, really bad. While I wouldn't say PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4 was the worst horror film I've...
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11.13.2013
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Where on the Shelf Is...The Last Time I Saw Michael Gregg?

Welcome to "Where on the Shelf Is..." In this column, I look at great TV shows and movies that have never been on DVD and/or Blu-ray. For your pleasure and out of all of our frustrations, this column examines the Where, When and, of course, WHY?! of these non-releases. Up this week is... THE LAST TIME I SAW MICHAEL GREGG What Is It?: Steven Soderberg h has made...
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05.15.2013
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Theatre: Book of Mormon Q & A with Trey Parker and Matt Stone

When word spread that the creators of “South Park” and Robert Lopez of “Avenue Q” fame were going to create a musical, it just seemed crazy enough to work. However like much of what Trey Parker and Matt Stone had done before, “The Book of Mormon”- a comedy/musical about Mormon missionaries in Uganda – seemed like it might be a little too controversial, even for Broadway. That was before it...
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09.17.2012
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