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Nielsen finally stops relying solely on the boxes of old white people.
Learn how to make three kinds of whoopie pies: chocolate peanut butter, pumpkin cream cheese and oatmeal cranberry!
In 35 glorious millimeters.
Against all odds, Jonathan Levine's zombie movie looks fresh.
The Will Arnett and Christina Applegate sit-com will switch from single to multi camera format after the winter hiatus.
A new midnight movie for the ages.
In 35mm, part of the Badass 101 series.
The new CW take on the Green Arrow is bland city.
Netflix is showing all their cards at once with new episode marathons of ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT and HOUSE OF CARDS.
In 35mm, part of the Badass 101 series at the Alamo Drafthouse.
I'm a monster!
Keri Russell is back on the small screen in a Cold War drama from the maker of JUSTIFIED.
So many movies, so little time. Yet I continue to re-watch my favorites over and over again.
Let's talk books!
Join me, Houston.
I like 'em prickly and persnickety.
Houston - Meredith wants to invite you to watch a classic horror movie on 35mm for her birthday. FREE!
Houston! I'm showing one of my favorite movies this weekend. Join me!
Let's talk about it!
Meredith saw STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN for the very first time this weekend, and she was blown away.
Lee Daniels' latest features a trashy Nicole Kidman urinating on Zac Efron, and the world is freaking out about it.
Don't get rid of your cable just yet.
With some new scoop about the second season of Ryan Murphy's trashy camp-fest, I'm a little chagrined to admit that I can't wait.
A fascinating segment on THIS AMERICAN LIFE is being developed as a drama series for HBO, and I can't wait.
ABC's newest sitcom brings the laughs.
Lena Dunham's new HBO series is for the Carrie Bradshaws who are broke, chubby and unemployable.
As THE OFFICE continues to flop around on shore, Fox nabs its brightest star, Mindy Kaling.
I have a little beer fridge where I hide the fancy beer. What’s in it? Join me as we discuss five rare, delicious brews: three Russian Imperial Stouts and two IPAs.
It shouldn't be this hard to make a good television pilot, should it?
The winter mid-season of television is bringing some intriguing new shows our way. Here are a few that I'm looking forward to giving a chance.
The Gavin Hood news is anxiety-making, but Asa Butterfield is a charmed choice to play Ender Wiggin.
It's Thanksgiving, which means appreciating our good fortune, over-eating and spending time with loved ones. But if you spend enough time with loved ones, you run out of stuff to talk about and do. Entertain your family and yourselves with some great titles on Netflix Instant Watch.
You are the lucky recipients of an award-winning recipe of epic awesomeness!
What do POPULAR, NIP/TUCK, GLEE and AMERICAN HORROR STORY have in common besides Ryan Murphy?
JACK AND JILL is man’s critique on woman.
I have a little beer fridge where I hide the fancy beer. What’s in it? Join me as we discuss five rare, delicious brews.
Get spooked by the old-school radio horror stories.
Jane Espenson's new web series about two recently married men is awesome.
In a recent interview with Marti Noxon, she discusses the ill-advised FRIGHT NIGHT remake and says a whole bunch of stuff that vigorously renews my displeasure.
The bigger the budget, the smaller the chance at nabbing an Oscar?
One of the best comedies on television returns tonight after a torturous eight-month hiatus. If you’ve never seen PARKS AND REC, or you gave it up after the lukewarm first season, here’s what you need to know.
Netflix is now catering to the utterly lackadaisical among us by adding a Netflix button to remote controls. I’m celebrating this advance in Technology For The Inert And Agoraphobic by cataloguing some of the best that Netflix streaming currently has to offer.
I peered into my Wizard’s Glass and came up with predictions for Ron Howard’s forthcoming adaptation of The Dark Tower series.
2011 is nearly upon us and with it, the anticipation of a whole mess of thrilling new genre releases. Many of these movies will disappoint us, enrage us, bore us—but for now, our hopes are high and our curiosity piqued. Here are some of the titles I’m most looking forward to in the coming year.
Let me guess: you think DIE HARD is the greatest Christmas movie ever? Well, Meredith’s here to illustrate all the ways in which you’re wrong.
In a word: no. In three more words: IT’S EVEN BETTER.