• Movie Review: ‘The Secret Garden’ Blossoms In A Bleak Year For Cinema

    The Secret Garden is one of the most frequently revisited novels of all time. Written by Frances Hodgson Burnett and originally published in 1911, the book has gone one to receive several film, television, and even stage adaptations. I remember watching the 1993 film adaptation a long time ago, but I was a child when […]
    • by Cyrus Oliver II
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  • Crash Bandicoot 4 Just Keeps Getting Better

    Crash Bandicoot fans are being downright spoiled this year. Not only is their favorite video game mascot getting his own mobile game, but now it’s been confirmed that the long-awaited Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time on PS4 and XBox One will boast over 100 levels. That’s right, Crash 4 is expected to contain even […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Indian Man Wears Solid Gold-Plated Face Mask To Protect Against COVID-19

    Forget N95 masks, one man is wearing a real golden face mask to deflect coronavirus. Shankar Kurhade from Pune, India paid $4,000 to produce a customized face mask made of pure gold. Weighing in at 2 ounces (60 grams), the precious metal mask took eight days to craft. The first question that may come to […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Mattel Kicks Off New ‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Toy Line With Awesome Indominus Rex Figures

    Jurassic World fans have a lot to look forward to this year. With the upcoming release of the Camp Cretaceous animated spin-off series set to debut on Netflix, confirmation that the original Jurassic Park cast will not only return in Jurassic World: Dominion but will also have bigger roles than mere cameos, and the announcement […]
    • by United Squid
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Elon Musk Officially Endorses Kanye West For President, Mark Cuban Approves

    Rapper Kanye West raised eyebrows and caused much hand-wringing over the Fourth of July weekend when he casually announced his run for the presidency in the 2020 election. “We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States!” […]
    • by Matt Bennett
    • 1 Month ago
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  • In 2020, Kanye West Gets To Decide The Next President

    Although many people wish US presidential elections were decided by popular vote, American politics dictate that the final decision officially comes down to who wins the electoral vote. However, this year is different. This year the election comes down to who rapper Kanye West personally wants to be president. The artist recently shocked the nation […]
    • by Matt Bennett
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Shortlist Of Possible New Names Of ‘Washington Redskins’ Amidst Rebranding Effort

    The Washington Redskins have officially announced they will undergo a ‘thorough review’ of their team name, with the implication that it may finally be changed after years of pressure to find a new name. Many sponsors, such as Bank of America, Inova, PepsiCo, and FedEx, have all publicly supported the announcement. An announcement which comes […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Sonic The Hedgehog Launches New Energy Drink

    After years of speeding around loop-de-loops, Sonic the Hedgehog is finally going to help you go as fast as he does with a boost of energy. SEGA of America recently announced its partnership with the energy drink company G FUEL to release official Sonic the Hedgehog energy drinks. Michael Cisneros, SEGA of America’s Manager of […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 1 Month ago
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  • COLD SHOULDER: Man Went 20 Years Without Speaking To His Wife Despite Living In The Same House Because Of An Unbelievable Reason

    One Japanese man took giving a silent treatment to a whole new level after refusing to speak to his wife for 23 years. Although Otou Katayama continued to live in the same household with his wife Yumi and helped raise their three children like any responsible father should, he remained unresponsive to her for over […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 1 Month ago
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  • The Average Western IQ Has Dropped By 14 Points In Just A Century, Study Shows

    We finally have confirmation that people are actually getting dumber. At least in Western countries, according to one study. European scientists published their research analyzing records from 1889 to 2004. They concluded that the average IQ of people living in Western nations dropped by an astounding 14.1 points in just little over a century, with […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 1 Month ago
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