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Apple Reveals World’s First Pair of Smart Underwear

by Brianne Grianne O’Bannahan Esq. January 24, 2018 We’ve seen smart phones, glasses, speakers and televisions before. Those are as common as sand on a beach, but smart underwear? Leave it to Apple, folks, to introduce the world’s first revolutionary pair of smart unmentionables — and they are hitting shelves sooner than you think. Apple calls their groundbreaking underwear the […]

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Matt Lauer and Harvey Weinstein Partner to Open New Locked Room Game With a Twist

by Chauncey Bigbottoms III January 20, 2018 Surprise! Matt Lauer and Harvey Weinstein, with all of their newfound free time, have announced the opening of “Lock and Key,” a new locked room haunted house game with a twist. The dynamic duo’s creepy house will be an abandoned 4-bedroom 3-bath located somewhere in the middle of nowhere with good soundproofing and […]

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‘Urban Diet’ is the New Weight Loss Craze Sweeping the Nation

By Brianne Grianne O’Bannahan Esq. January 17, 2018 For anyone looking to shed pounds fast and prepare that sizzling beach bod for Spring Break in record time without expensive pills and messy surgery, there’s a new fad diet sweeping the nation, affectionately called “The Urban Diet” by the program’s creator, Chad Wellington Junior, a successful stockbroker and computer programmer. The […]

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LaVar Ball Insists His Unborn Daughter Was Snubbed at the Golden Globes, Blames Oprah

by Brianne Grianne O’Bannahan Esq. January 10, 2018 LaVar Ball is in an uproar in the wake of 2018’s Golden Globes awards, insisting that his unborn daughter, Lozenge Ball, should have won the award for Best Actress instead of Saoirse Ronan. LaVar declined to comment but a source close to Ball claims that the disgruntled would-be father blames Luke Walton, […]

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Trump Drops Savage Diss Track ‘Finger on the Button’. Your Move, Kim Jong-Un.

by Chauncey Bigbottoms III January 9, 2018 President Trump continues his bid for world domination by releasing “Finger on the Button”, the first single on his surprise debut album Drain the Swamp. Trump, who dubs himself T-Rump in the liner notes of the new record, says he recorded the album over the last two years in secret and the record […]

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Gary Busey Accuses Gary Busey of Sexual Misconduct

by Brianne Grianne O’Bannahan Esq. January 6, 2018 In the midst of the powerful, pervasive #metoo campaign, Gary Busey has come forward and accused, well, Gary Busey of sexual misconduct on a cold winter night back in 2016, well within the statute of limitations. The legendary, vaunted actor means to do something about it by bringing his experience into the […]

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Nine Inch Nails – Bad Witch Review

Say what you’d like about Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails, but one thing is for sure: the guy never puts out the same vibe twice. And that, my friends, is a rare and wonderful thing in a world bubbling over with cookie-cutter, radio-friendly flashes in the pan. Bad Witch is the culmination of a three-year, three-EP (this one is […]

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A Perfect Circle – Eat the Elephant Fidget Review

A Perfect Circle isn’t trying to mince words on Eat the Elephant, their first wholly original effort since 2003, nor are they trying to hide the fact that Elephant drips with political verse and imagery — from the on-the-nose cover and title it should come as no surprise to anyone giving this badboy a listen. We live in political times […]

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Wind River Fidget Review

There are some movies and shows you just can’t watch more than once a year. American History X, Schindler’s List, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest are just a few that come to mind. Now you can safely put Wind River in the same sentence as those aforementioned pieces, and that’s not a bad thing at all — despite […]

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Peaky Blinders (Netflix) Season 1 Fidget Review

Very loosely based on an actual well-dressed English street gang in the late 1800’s (though the show takes place in the early 1900’s) Peaky Blinders tells the tale of the Shelby family and their criminal aspirations. We’re talking everything from “protection” and blackmail to deceit and secret selling. It’s your typical criminal stuff but it manages to be fun, even […]

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The Gunslinger: The Dark Tower I (Novel) Fidget Review

The Gunslinger is the first book of The Dark Tower series, a seven-book cycle penned by Stephen King. And it’s been around for a very long time. I, however, finally just got around to finishing it and like another piece of entertainment I wrote a review on this week, it’s making me wonder what the hell took me so long […]

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Black Mirror (Netflix) Season 1 Fidget Review

Consisting only of 3 episodes, the first season of Black Mirror packs one heck of a punch. The show takes on an anthology format, enlisting new actors to paint a different picture with each episode — and boy, that picture is almost always bleak and extremely thought-provoking. Most episodes explore the dangers of technological dread (coining it now, folks) and […]

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance Fidget Review

They just don’t make RPGs like Kingdom Come: Deliverance anymore. Warhorse Studios, however, decided to go all-in and create one of the deepest medieval roleplaying games in recent memory. In fact, the only game that comes to mind that rivals the level of depth and realism found here would probably be Bethesda’s (now ancient and outdated) Daggerfall.  Fair warning right up front: […]

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The Ritual (Netflix) Fidget Review

What happens when four friends go hiking through the remote mountains of Sweden, as they honor one of their dead mates? The Ritual is a heart-pounding adventure — especially in its first three-quarters or so — which explores that very subject matter. And while the last portion of the movie doesn’t always hit home, it does little to detract from […]

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Blade Runner 2049 Fidget Review

Blade Runner 2049 paints a very grim, rainy picture of the near future — filled with extremely lifelike AI companions, flying cars, product advertisements that quite literally invade your personal space, and a race of hyper-repressed robots programmed for complete obedience, called replicants. Ryan Gosling plays Officer K, one such replicant. His job is to hunt down and “retire” other […]

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What We Do In The Shadows Fidget Review

Okay, okay, this released way back in 2014 but I just happened upon it the other night, and by the Lord of Darkness, I’m so glad I did. What We Do in the Shadows is a mockumentary about a group of vampires living as flatmates in New Zealand and their struggle to blend into normal society in order to, you […]

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The End of the F***ing World (Netflix) Fidget Review

With a name like The End of the F***ing World, you’d expect something a little different than the average Netflix offering, and with this show that’s exactly what you get. Apparently based on a comic book by Charles Forsman, the show tells the tale of two angsty teens each in the middle of their own respective identity crisis. James has […]

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The Punisher (Netflix) Season 1 Fidget Review

It’s difficult for most shows to maintain their momentum over the course of 13 episodes, and while The Punisher does have moments that feel a bit flat, Jon Bernthal’s performance as Frank Castle aka “The Punisher” is razor sharp and carries the show even at its lowest points. He brings the proper amount of torment and sadness to the role, […]

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New Details Emerge Around The Next Next Avengers Film

by Nick Beard January 8, 2018 Avengers: Infinity War is still four months away but details have already started to emerge around the next Avengers film, courtesy of the lead key grip of all the previous comic book films, who wished to remain anonymous. “It’s going to be amazing, man,” our source said, while surreptitiously attempting to contain an erection. […]

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Mindhunter (Netflix) Season 1 Fidget Review

To say Mindhunter is a killer show is not only punny — it’s also very true. Created by Joe Penhall and produced by the likes of Charlize Theron and David Fincher, the first season centers around the work of two FBI agents in the early days of criminal psychology (the term “serial killer” hasn’t even been coined yet). The dynamic […]