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The New and Somewhat Improved Beauty and the Beast

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March 24, 2017

    I finally saw it. To some extent, I even enjoyed it. Read my full review. See the spoiler filled review below.

At 20 years old Buffy the Vampire Slayer Remains the Most Conservative Show on TV

So it’s here, the 20th Anniversary of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (the show, not that movie we never, ever speak of). This has strangely brought out some people who have questioned this blog’s stance that Buffy is the most conservative show in history.  Some liberals have claimed that it is not conservative in any way… Read More ›

The Future of Entertainment: Fan Owned and Legion M Operated

At Phoenix Comicon this past weekend I had a chance to speak to a brand new company that is dreaming up big ideas for the future of entertainment production. In the 117 degree heat I met with Paul Scanlan and David Baxter from Legion M under a tent set up on 3rd Street between the two main… Read More ›

Phoenix Comicon: Superheroes Versus Politicians

As promised, part of the staff of Elementary Politics found themselves hunting the 4 floors of this year’s Phoenix Comicon (held at the Phoenix Convention Center) looking to find out how well known our Presidential candidates for 2016 really are. When it comes down to it are the potential leaders of this country as well… Read More ›

Some Feminists Just Want to Watch the World Burn

2015 has been a fairly great year for the Geek Community. We finally had a glimpse of the new Star Wars movie (Jar Jar free), Game of Thrones is still driving everyone insane, and Jurassic World is due out soon. Sadly this has also been a tough year for us. Ours is the most recent… Read More ›

Lee Kuan Yew and the Meaning of Freedom

Critics and defenders alike get some things wrong. The death of Lee Kuan Yew, the first prime minister of the young republic of Singapore, has sparked a great deal of interest in the media around the world. Even though he was advanced in age, the timing is sad for Singaporeans: he didn’t make it to August, when… Read More ›

Time To Pull the Plug

Every so often there comes a time where you completely rage quit a show. Yet somehow year after year it is still on the air despite complaints, angry posts, and a slue of problems. You gave up seasons ago, how do people still watch these shows? Maybe it is time to just pull the plug?… Read More ›

Lena Dunham, A Truly Disturbed Individual

About a year ago I wrote a piece about how stupid it was that a 6 year old boy was suspended after complaints about “sexual harassment” because he kissed the hand of a little girl he liked in his class. I still contend that this was ridiculous and that the little boy’s action (whether wanted or unwanted)… Read More ›

Michelle Obama Should Not Be Hosting A Fashion Workshop

For once my problem with Michelle’s activities have nothing to do with wasting tax payer money or the fact that she thinks she needs to tell me how to eat. Though, notably, hosting a fashion workshop at the White House at this precise time is tone deaf in the extreme. This problem is simply that… Read More ›

A Walk Through the Tombstones: A great TV show that wasn’t

A Walk Through the Tombstones. I thought that this film was going to be a grittier, darker form of Taken (or most of the films Liam Neeson does lately) where Liam decides to kill more people than the whole of the Expendables without breaking a sweat because someone was dumb enough to piss him and… Read More ›

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