YOUR BOX OFFICE NUMBERS (from Box Office Mojo) Thor: Ragnarok A Bad Moms Christmas Jigsaw Boo! 2 Geostorm Opening on 4,080 screens, Thor: Ragnarok was the far-and-away winner for the weekend with a $122M gross. Action-comedy A Bad Moms Christmas walked … Continue reading Box Office: November 3 – 5, 2017
(I have a few OT headers that aren’t big enough to justify reposting as is but I’m still proud of nonetheless. So, I’ll be reposting them over as headers!) I’ve been listening to Iggy Pop’s theme to Repo Man a … Continue reading Scott OT #3: Joke With a Microscope LN Thread
Here’s a place to talk about the new episode of The Gifted! What will our wacky mutant pals get up to now, and will it involve more memory wipes? Watch tonight and find out! Continue reading The Gifted: Season 1 Episode 5
Season 5 Directed by David Whitaker Written by Barry Letts “The Enemy of the World” is a bit of an odd duck in Season 5 of Doctor Who, in a season which saw the emphasis on alien races and especially … Continue reading Doctor Who (Classic): S05E04 “The Enemy of the World”
Hello and welcome to the weekly fitness thread. This week’s topic is: Nerves! I’ve got a level 2 test coming up for Krav Maga and I’m a bit nervous. How do you guys deal with nerves? Does your workout schedule … Continue reading The Weekly Fitness Thread is Nervous
You’re all feeling pretty proud of yourselves when the bus returns. The doors open, and inside Rafto is the color of a lobster. “I got carbon monoxide poisoning!” he yells at you. “Which one of you numb-nozzles forgot to close … Continue reading Werewolf 44 – The Snowman II: Harry Hole’s Month Off – Day 3
I may have been familiar vaguely with the site for years, but I came to the AVC in late 2013 for their reviews. Not anything recent like Revenge or Arrow or Person of Interest or really anything I was super … Continue reading Classic Coverage: A Reintroduction
Featured podcasts this week are Adam Ruins Everything, Reply All, More Perfect, and Judge John Hodgman. Continue reading Pod People 11.6.17
Welcome to Both Sides Now, a (probably quite short) series in which the author discusses and reviews feature films he participated in the making of. It was the summer of 2016 and I very suddenly found myself homeless. For most … Continue reading Both Sides Now: Dunkirk (Part 1)
What games have you been playing and what do you think of them? Bonus discussion topic: What is your favorite and most hated original songs w/ vocals in a video game? Continue reading The Weekly Games Thread Just Wants to Sinnnnnnggggg
Breaking down Stargate’s most skippable episode. Continue reading Stargate SG-1: S01E03 “Emancipation”
On this day in 1854, American composer John Philip Sousa was born. Sousa is most famous for composing marches, many of which are still regularly performed by marching bands across the country. Even if you’re not a marching band geek … Continue reading John Philip Sousa Day Thread 11/6
But until then, hopefully we can enjoy another Mueller Monday where people who have broken the law get indicted in public for all to see. And I think all of us would like to take our joy where we can … Continue reading The Monday Politics Thread wants to remind you voting time is nigh!
Hi everyone. Welcome back to another edition of Tailgate Talk. Each week I recap some of the major games from the week before and preview the games next week. Feel free to talk about the games, off season antics, seasons … Continue reading Tailgate Talk: Week Nine
Image:George Weed/TOWER Maybe a bunch of you already know but whatever… In 2010, Jennifer Allen coined the term “autonomous sensory meridian response“(ASMR) in 2010. I’ll just quote from the wikipedia article: a term used for an experience characterized by a static-like … Continue reading What is ASMR?
The full chart from November 7, 1970 How’s the chart as a whole? Shockingly primitive. Perhaps in backlash to hippie excess, this week’s chart (from the earliest days of Casey Kasem’s American Top 40) is loaded with blues-rock growlers and … Continue reading American Top 40 Flashback: November 7, 1970