Hellboy's big red guy chomps some pizza and gets a history lesson in new clip

The new Hellboy isn’t like a regular Hellboy. He’s a cool Hellboy. Behold, as he casually scarfs down some pizza like a real rad dude with an attitude in this new clip from Hellboy. The latest sneak peek at Neil Marshall’s upcoming reboot features David Harbour’s eponymous hero enjoying a snack befitting a Teenage…

America Vs. Adam Levine's Nipples: All The FCC Viewer Complaints About The Super Bowl Halftime Show

I’ve been FOIAing viewer complaints to the Federal Communications Commission about the Super Bowl every year since M.I.A. flipped off the world in 2012, and this edition was bountiful indeed, drawing the most complaints since that first year. The FCC received 94 complaints regarding last month’s CBS broadcast, and 58…

Mel Gibson is a cop on the edge in the equally queasy and thrilling Dragged Across Concrete

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In more ways than one, and true to its title, Dragged Across Concrete is abrasive. It comes from the mind of S. Craig Zahler, whose last grisly, leisurely, and evocatively named genre experiment, Brawl In Cell Block 99, climaxed with some rather literal abrasion: a face being loudly scraped against the hard floor of a…

Charles Manson is here to ruin the fun of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood's first trailer

No, the latest Once Upon A Time In Hollywood posters haven’t been much to look at, but the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s latest is something to behold. Offering a zany, kaleidoscopic view of ‘60s-era la la land, the trim clip sets the amicable relationship between actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo Dicaprio) and stuntman…

Set it up: 16 episodes of blind dates, stupid cupids, and at least one perfect match

Competition is in the air, thanks to March Madness, but the return of the dating series has us thinking about perfect pairs instead of an elite eight. Two new comedies, Hulu’s Shrill and Starz’s Now Apocalypse, capture the steep highs and lows of modern dating for folks of all sizes and orientations. Elsewhere,…

Aidy Bryant tells Jimmy Fallon about taking her Shrill cast to a strip club

Say what you want about the ever-oscillating quality of venerable comedy cruise liner Saturday Night Live, there’s nobody in the current cast more welcome and delightful than Aidy Bryant. Rewarded at long last with her own series lead in Hulu’s Shrill, which she also produces, Bryant popped in to see old SNL buddy…

JAY-Z, Miley Cyrus, Dead And Company, and Chance The Rapper to headline Woodstock 50

A whole generation’s innocence was shattered by the disastrous Woodstock ‘99, an event that updated one of music’s most iconic symbols of peace and love by throwing in the sort of butt-rock, nu-metal bullshit that people liked in 1999. Now that it’s another year that ends in a nine, though, original Woodstock…

The Flash hits its stride as secrets are spilled and new threats arise

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It’s the fastest sequel alive! Cicada II arrives even before the first Cicada has finished his run. I’d like to give The Flash credit for defying the formula and finally killing off the Big Bad before the end of the season, but I can’t really do that. Yes, by the end of “Time Bomb,” Orlin Dwyer is dead, but not before…

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