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Past articles by Danielle:

Harmony Korine And The Stoner Spiritualism Of SPRING BREAKERS

Alien as God? Hey, why not? → Read More

Say Something Nice: THE ISLAND

You can always count on Steve Buscemi. → Read More

Nazi Zombies Fuck Off: The Lasting Appeal Of DEAD SNOW

Overlord comes out this week. Get your tickets here! Let’s face it, Nazis are the ultimate villains of the modern era. There’s always a catharsis to be had when watching Nazis die onscreen. Punching Nazis is as American as apple pie. Likewise, zombies hold the crown as the most relevant modern monster. After George Romero created the modern zombie in Night of the Living Dead back in 1968, people… → Read More


Hammer, sickle, and rocket launcher wielding zombies. → Read More

The 6 Best Unconventional Christmas Movies

There are plenty of great Christmas movies out there, but sometimes viewers want something a little different. So if you’re sick of sentimental, family-friendly fare, or you just want to watch something less traditional, here are some of our favorite unconventional Christmas flicks. Happy holidays! Gremlins There are many wacky Christmas horror films, but Gremlins is far more approachable than… → Read More

The True Egyptian Myths Behind ‘Assassin’s Creed Origins’

A quick primer on faith, cults, and god-kings in ancient Egypt to prepare fans for 'Assassin's Creed Origins.' → Read More

‘The X-Files’ Cast and Creator Share Season 11 Secrets

Creator Chris Carter isn't ruling out another movie either. → Read More

It’s a Family Affair on Season 3 of ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’

After two insane seasons, Ash vs. Evil Dead still has some crazy tricks up its sleeve, including the introduction of Ash’s daughter, Brandy (Arielle Carver-O’Neill). “This season is about family. The family that is bound by blood, and the family bound by bloodshed,” Dana DeLorenzo, who plays Kelly, said at New York Comic Con Saturday. New Faces in Elk Grove After (supposedly) defeating evil for… → Read More

‘Robot Chicken’ Clucks Again with ‘The Walking Dead’ Special

Turns out Michael Rooker has the singing voice of an angel, and a Harry Potter star joins the cast. → Read More

Tackling Inequality with the Cast of ‘American Gods’

The cast of the Starz show discussed the immigrant experience and racism from very personal perspectives. → Read More

5 Things We Can’t Wait to Try at New York Comic Con 2017

Conventions aren't just about panels and standing in line -- they're also about unique experiences and spending way too much money on cool merch. → Read More

Why Sansa’s Letter Could Drive the Stark Girls Apart on ‘Game of Thrones’

Littlefinger's plot to drive the Arya and Sansa stark apart goes all the way back to 'Game of Thrones' season one. → Read More

Want to Raise a Feminist? Skip Disney and Try These Anime

Forget Disney's portrayal of traditional gender roles - anime has far more to offer young feminists. → Read More

The Stark Direwolves: Where Are They Now?

Arya's direwolf could return just in time for winter. → Read More

The Stark Direwolves: Where Are They Now?

The direwolves on Game of Thrones have been a fan-favorite since their very first appearance on the HBO series. → Read More

The Bond Franchise Needs New Blood

Despite saying he'd rather die than star as 007 again, The Daily Mirror reports that Daniel Craig is signed on for another Bond movie. No official word is → Read More

Fighting Stereotypes: LGBTQ+ TV and Film Characters with Nuance

A look at some of the more nuanced, positive portrayals of LGBTQ+ people in the media, from 'Hannibal' to 'But I'm a Cheerleader'. → Read More

'The Handmaid's Tale' Is Our American Dystopia

Margaret Atwood's 1985 novel 'The Handmaid's Tale' is being turned into a Hulu series. It depicts a dystopian world, but is it foretelling America's future? → Read More