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For this year's horror movie season they're just flinging shit at the wall to see what sticks.
In this era of large corporations putting their online reputation in the hands of any intern who can remember the Twitter password, stumbling ass backwards into controversy is the rule, not the exception.
It's gotten so ridiculous that pretty soon IMDb is going to have to create new categories for all those digital artists.
We have an idea: Gather up the former stars, lock them all in that same townhouse, and then start filming.
If J.K. Rowling isn't careful, she may soon find herself with fans and media alike begging her to hand off the series.
So you're thinking about going to Mars? Maybe think twice.
We feel that the satire tag is not only necessary but a potential boon for all mankind.
All of these make for cool headlines but they don't really mean much they didn't actually happen.
We've put together a short questionnaire to help you figure out where your social media post stands. It shouldn't take much time!
We have noticed something weird: so far, the Apple Watch seems tailor-made for old people.
This'll just be one long commercial for a site that helps religious people thump one another instead of their Bibles.
Summer blockbusters have officially begun an agonizingly visible decline into bittersweet oblivion.
If you're anything like us, you spend nearly half of your day fact-checking endless digital headlines in a tireless, sometimes rage-fueled search for what's true and what is just a big wad of cyber-malarkey.
DC is more than eager to hop back aboard the hype train, unaware that they've aimed it squarely off a cliff.