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Egypt bans ‘inaccurate’ Exodus film

Egypt has banned a Hollywood film based on the Biblical book of Exodus because of what censors described as “historical inaccuracies”. The head of the censorship board said these included the film’s depiction of Jews as having built the Pyramids, and that an earthquake, not a miracle by Moses, caused the Red Sea to part. […]

Diversifying Your Bonds

Unless you have been under a rock for the last few months, you should know that Sony was hacked and a ton of their emails were stolen and made public. One of those emails had to do with ideas about where the James Bond franchise will be going. The email suggested that popular British actor; […]

Pippin Ain’t Easy

I hope everyone had a great Christmas. I did. I saw family, talked with friends and even took in a show, that’s right, I like a good Broadway musical as much as the next guy. I had mentioned my fondness for musicals and shows to a friend of mine before. Therefore, when she found out […]

Guess Who’s Coming to Thanksgiving Dinner?

After all these years I am still wondering why Franklin is sitting by himself on one side of the table. I don’t think the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Special meant to be racist or promote segregation, however it is a strange way to place everyone at the table. There are plenty of other scenes during the […]

The Smith Children

I am hearing about how odd The Smith Children are and how crazy their last interview was… Honestly I saw some of the quotes and it really wasn’t that bad. Most teen interviews are about dating and makeup tips, so its nice to see some kids pondering the meaning of existence. Some of the stuff […]

No New Fat Albert?

Fat Albert is probably one of the most iconic cartoons ever. Therefore, when news came out that Bill Cosby was thinking of rebooting the show, I was thrilled. However lately there have multiple accusations made toward Mr. Cosby and many of his projects have been shelved or cancelled. Therefore, I assume that means no new […]

FX’s ‘Archer’ Changes ISIS Spy Agency Name

I was wondering if current events would effect this show. I have recently been catching up with past episodes and I realized that the name of the spy agency where Archer and the gang work is the same as the terrorist group that has been in the news for a few months now. The group […]

Your Halloween Blackface Warning

Halloween is coming and I know some of you are already planning your costumes… I say this every year but y’all don’t listen… DO NOT DO BLACKFACE! Do not do any offensive cultural costume. You want to dress up, as someone that is not the same race as you… fine, just do not apply brown […]

Pixar’s Inside Out – Have I seen this before?

So I am just getting around to seeing the teaser trailer for Pixar’s new film “Inside Out” and I got a sharp feeling of familiarity as if I have seen this before. Now I have seen the comments comparing this concept to the sitcom Herman’s Head. However I feel like this new Pixar film really […]

Bob’s Burgers XXX Parody

Bobs Burgers will follow the Simpsons and Family Guy into the world of XXX Parody. Woodrocket has just released a trailer for the upcoming Bob Burgers parody called “Bob’s Boners” The trailer below is SFW if you want to get an idea of how it all looks.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson guest stars on Gravity Falls

Disney Channel aired Gravity Falls: “Little Gift Shop Of Horrors” Saturday, Oct. 4th. In a format much similar to Simpsons’ Treehouse of Horror the episode was made up of three self contained stories. One of these stories involved Waddles the Pig eating “brain goop” and transforming into a super genius. Astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, provided […]

Is Tom and Jerry Too Offensive for Kids Today?

Warner Bros.’ classic cat and mouse cartoon from the 1940s now comes with a disclaimer on iTunes and Amazon Prime Instant, saying that the animated series may contain scenes of “ethnic and racial prejudice.” “Tom and Jerry shorts may depict some ethnic and racial prejudices that were once commonplace in American society,” the disclaimer states. […]