If 6’s paranoia is even 4/20ths warranted...
Plenty of winners and losers.
So many hopes and dreams packed into the words of all these writers, but so many words to read.
The necessity for the topical omnibus/anthology film in America.
The demand for minority voices has never been greater, but there needs to be more people who dare to defy stringent ideological orthodoxy.
A government of the people will, through this victory, give the people what they deserve: reparations.
The forsaken Quibbits clan member is coming out of his cage and he’s doing just fine (Part One in a series.)
The Devil is a Woman (1935) was Marlene Dietrich's favorite of the seven movies she made with Josef von Sternberg, but it was also the last.
American Insurrection is a rush job that feels thin compared to similar recent docs. C
What a pool of coffee will tell you.
I knew that if I played my cards right, I was in.
The flowering of the world reminds me that I'm still alive; sometimes I'm semi-secretly ecstatic about it.
Looking at one of the many examples of synchronicity in our world. What, if anything, does it mean?
Mother Russia has no good options.
Whack jobs and nutcases were around long before the pandemic.
Americans don’t need more government handouts.
The hardened cynic's suddenly become too delicate to handle any sadness in movies.
Oliver Bateman, Internet famous for “doing the work,” takes you under the hood so you can understand how all that beloved work gets done.
Candy Apple Red would be perfect.
Reflecting on “the Resistance,” and other delusions of the Trump years.
Captain Hi-Score and Samanda James (BIPOC) run into some trouble.
A killer song from the underrated and underappreciated 1980s band.
Kristen Ghodsee, author of Why Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism, discusses socialist sex education and how Eastern European state socialism helped women gain more independence from men and, by extension, have better sex lives.
From an early episode of Hannity & Colmes in the late-1990s.
From 40 years ago, when movie trailers were reliably exciting and an artform unto themselves.
From an episode of The Dick Cavett Show, originally broadcast on December 18, 1970.
45-minute documentary featuring interviews with several of those who were present in Hitler's bunker and medical staff who were involved with the autopsy.
Full two hour show, including performances of "I Only Said," "When You Sleep," "Slow," and the legendary "You Made Me Realise."
He was not impressed by the former. (From an episode of The Dick Cavett Show, broadcast on July 27, 1970).
A moody highlight from Baltimore's Teen Beat A Go Go.
Mid Ad-Read, Tim talks about how he wants to skew his audience's gender towards female (from episode 197, "Essential Episode").