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Marvel’s Daredevil: Into the Ring – Season 1 episode 1

The first episode of Marvel's new Netflix series, Daredevil, gives a quick recap of the character's origin story and introduces a darker/grittier side of the MCU. 6342

We went to NYC and got snowed on, among other things

Back in January, several of us took a trip to NYC. At the time, we intended to do some articles on the different shows that we saw there. Then, we got snowed on and...well, we forgot about it. After coming across this draft in the archives, I decided to go ahead and flesh it out for posterity. 6065

Text Me Merry Christmas – Today on the Internet

So, as I was perusing Youtube (as I do) I came across this bit of Christmas Music from the a cappella band Straight No Chaser. The first thing that caught my eye was that the track features Kristen Bell. That's right, that Kristen Bell, the one that most of us didn't realize could sing until she was in Disney's Frozen. Well, she joins the group as the female voice for this "modern" Christmas song. 1748

House of Cards

Initially, I thought I'd be able to write about this show without containing spoilers. It turns out that I was wrong. So, I'll try to do this by writing a brief spoiler-free section and then continuing on into heavy, heavy spoilers.  1314

2 Slow Versions of Modern R&B Classics Featured in Film Trailers

When you go to the movies a lot it's impossible to completely avoid seeing trailers. When you go a lot in the same time frame, you're bound to see the same trailers over and over again. In the past month or so, two trailers have had music that has caught my attention. The first is Birdman, which uses a slow version of Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy". The 2nd is the preview for 50 Shades of Grey, which uses a slowed down version of Beyonce's "Crazy in Love". 3196

Disturb Reality elicits some reactions in the hood

So, normally, I try not to rely on racial humor but this is such a funny combination of a premise and a realization of that premise that I had to share it. First, watch this clip from Aziz Ansari's special Buried Alive, which is available on Netflix: Now, watch this video from the youtube channel "Disturb Reality", where this dude shows some street magic tricks to some black audiences. I think this video took place in Compton. If that's the case, I give this dude a lot of credit for walking around with that much money out in the open. Some people may find this racist because of the title or the idea that it's a stereotype about a specific race. While this is a stereotype, I don't find the video to be particularly harmful or racist as no one is being belittled in the process. Bottom line, it's pretty funny.

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