You may be well versed in conjuring, human centipedes, and a whole variety of saws, but do you think you can really call yourself a horror fan if you have never seen at least one movie with Freddy or Jason terrorizing a group of teens?
Shredder escapes from prison, and agrees to help an evil alien from another dimension attack Earth.
The silent era in film history, roughly covering the first three decades of cinema, already saw the first Hollywood superstars climbing their way to the firmament. Gifted with beauty, glamour, and amazing powers of expression, they didn't need voices to conquer the heart of a public who was just discovering the magic of moving images. Many of these quietly magnetic stars are now, if not entirely forgotten, only remembered by film buffs and historians. A select few, however, have never quite left the firmament. Their charisma and unique talent have kept them relevant to later audiences as icons of classic cinema.
I'm a binge-watcher, and I am not ashamed to admit it. To me, writing seven hours a day in complete silence is my own personal hell. I like to keep something on while I'm working just so I can take breaks and kind of zone out to think about things. In terms of what show, the longer the series, the better for binge-watchers like me. However, it is also crucial that the show doesn't demand engagement like Pretty Little Liars where you constantly have to be able to read those darn text messages. What better genre for long, only somewhat engaging shows than reality TV? However, instead of turning on the Real Housewives of Wherever, I enjoy competitive cooking shows because, you guessed it, I like to cook.
For as wonderful weird, violent, and depressing as a lot of anime is, there are some gems out there that just make you feel great about the world. They can inspire you to look at people in a different way, and have faith in the general goodness that might be out there, somewhere. Unfortunately, they are hard to find. Often the best anime moments that give you hope in humanity are buried underneath a harem-sized pile of panties or overshadowed by an overwhelming feeling of "what is going on?", but some great, straight-forward, happy anime still do exist.
In April of 1987 the first episode of Married With Children aired on the Fox Network and The Bundys were introduced to America. While the sitcom provided tons of laughs and seemed to be going full steamed, it was abruptly cancelled in 1997.