Roger Ebert starts the review with, "That showdown interrupts a stickup in a scene from 'Pulp Fiction,' Quentin Tarantino's amazingly entertaining, outrageous, challenging, bizarre new movie. This is filmmaking of a high order."
Lee Steffen's glorious Twitter thread about "the ten types of movies" (as determined by similarities in their poster art is quite the little design project, building on similar work from the likes of Christophe Courtois and others. (via Kottke)
Cartoonists Ed Piskor and Jim Rugg take a look at the booklets that come with Criterion Collection’s Crumb and Ghost World DVDs and Blu-rays, both directed by Terry Zwigoff. I’ve seen both films multiple times and already have the Crumb DVD, but I wasn’t aware that Criterion did one for Ghost World. Sigh *pulls out […]
Not to be confused with that painfully mediocre Dave Eggers novel, Netflix’s new reality show The Circle is basically the IRL version that Black Mirror episode where Bryce Dallas Howard obsessively ranks everything on social media to the point of extreme isolation.
Few things in life are more universally dreaded than going to the gym, which is unfortunate since a new year usually means making new resolutions to get in shape. Thankfully, this BodyBoss 2.0: Portable Home Gym has everything you need to burn fat and build muscle in the comfort of your own home. With just […]
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to travel more, you owe it to yourself to learn the language of the place you’re visiting. If you’re not sure where to start, give these resources a look. From mobile apps to online courses, these products can get you conversant in a new language before you […]
Anyone who loves biking, skiing, or snowboarding in the great outdoors knows just how difficult it can be to safely transport your gear—especially during extended trips. These three accessories make it easier than ever to securely attach your gear to your car. So if you’re planning to embark on a outdoor adventure soon, you’d be […]