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    Dave Perillo’s second latest Treehouse of Horror print

    Artist Dave Perillo debuted his latest print dedicated to The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror series earlier this week, via The Collider. The print features images from Treehouse episodes V-VIII, measures 12” x 36” and comprises of six color screen print on Cougar Natural paper. Retail is $50 and prints can be purchased over at the […] More

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    Week in Review: RIP David Carr, New York Times culture writer

    We’re mourning the loss this morning of David Carr, the culture writer and critic for The New York Times since 2002. Carr wrote about movies, television, celebrities, media, and popular culture as they intersected with politics and society, and as a favorite journalist of this writer, no one did it better. The New York Times […] More

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    Did we miss out on a ‘Simpsons Movie’ sequel?

    For fans of The Simpsons who don’t have an irrational hatred to anything Matt Groening and company produced after 2001, they’ll know that in the episode “Any Given Sundance” from 2008, Lisa makes a documentary about her family and then wonders if she should make a follow-up. “No! One Simpsons movie was enough,” Marge says. […] More

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    ‘The Simpsons’ spoof ‘Frozen’ in XMas episode couch gag

    “And now for an obligatory Frozen reference”, as The Simpsons have helpfully provided in their latest couch gag premiering on this Sunday’s Christmas special episode. The whole intro sequence is actually quite cute this year, with amusing Winter Wonderland takes on the longstanding gags upon the family’s arrival home. Watch the sneak preview of the […] More

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    Watch Two Amazing Couch Gags for Simpsons/Futurama Crossover

    This weekend, two of the most beloved animated TV shows will meet up episodically for the first time, as Futurama’s Planet Express crew from the 31st century heads to Springfield for a crossover episode called “Simpsoroma.” The main voice cast from Futurama—John DiMaggio, Billy West, Katey Sagal, Phil LaMarr, Lauren Tom, Maurice LaMarche, and Tress MacNeille […] More

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    What to Watch on Election Day

    With Election Day here at last, we can finally set aside some time from the day to actually vote. When it’s all said and done, go back home and reflect with some of these better politically-themed films and cartoons. The Candidate Bill McKay (Robert Redford) has no hope of winning the U.S. Senate seat for […] More

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    Week in Review: Disney’s ‘Moana’ sets sail for 2016

    Disney’s Princesses are some of the most beloved cartoon figures in history, but even they have come under scrutiny as Hollywood pushes for more diversity in their films. Disney’s latest princess will be the first of Pacific Islander descent (unless you count Lilo of Lilo & Stitch as a princess). The CG-animated film is Moana, the […] More

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    Video of the Day: The Simpsons Halloween Tribute To Stanley Kubrick

    After 25 years you would think The Simpsons creators can’t outdo themselves, and then they do. For the show’s 25th “Treehouse Of Horror” episode, the segment “A Clockwork Yellow” featured an amazing and very clever riff on Stanley Kubrick’s oeuvre paying hommge to several of the director’s classics, including Eyes Wide Shut, Full Metal Jacket, […] More

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