Terry Crews looks back on his career—including President Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho

2018 has been something of an unlikely banner year for Terry Crews, as the recent drama surrounding NBC acquisition Brooklyn Nine-Nine—and his willingness to talk openly and in empathetic fashion about an incident of sexual harassment he experienced a few years back—have emphasized how refreshing it is to have an…

Classic Westerns and Crock-Pots: Here’s what’s on sale on Amazon today

In an effort to both serve our readers and help support The A.V. Club, we are going to post daily links to deals and interesting items that we find over on Amazon. If you use these links to click through and buy something—not just the thing you clicked—on Amazon, we will see a portion of that income. You don’t have to…

Idiocracy is returning to theaters just in time for the live version

When Idiocracy was released in 2006, it didn’t make much of an impact upon the world. In fact, most people didn’t even know it existed. 20th Century Fox had a contractual obligation to release Mike Judge’s follow-up to Office Space, but they pretty much just tucked it away. After being sat on for more than a year, it…

Fox killed the Idiocracy writers’ anti-Trump ads after all

Earlier this summer, we reported that Idiocracy collaborators Etan Cohen and Mike Judge were teaming up to make a series of apt “President Camacho”-themed anti-Trump ads. All they needed was the go ahead from 20th Century Fox, which owns the rights to the disturbingly prescient comedy from 2006. As it turns out, they…

Because there’s no better time for it, an Idiocracy tour is in the works

Americans have worried about the extent to which life has imitated the art of Mike Judge’s Idiocracy pretty much since the satire premiered in 2006, which was three years after Jackass’ Steve-O stapled his scrotum to his leg onstage. But with sentient Simpsons gag Donald Trump out there confusing convenience with…

After Presidents’ Day, a look at some of cinema’s best Commanders-In-Chief

Presidents’ Day has come and gone this year, and with it a multitude of car and mattress sales. But in honor of the day designed to honor all Commanders-In-Chief, let’s take a look at some of the greatest presidents to ever grace the silver screen. This mash-up video by the Huffington Post strings together one long…

Read This: Here’s an interview with the artist behind the logos in Idiocracy

Graphic designer Ellen Lampl’s website currently touts her work on Sam Raimi’s Oz The Great And Powerful. That film opened in 2013 on 3,912 screens, made $493 million worldwide, and has since been largely forgotten. However, Lampl also worked on Mike Judge’s dystopian sci-fi comedy Idiocracy, which opened in 2006 on…