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For a Good Time, Call…

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Sex sells. Why do you think Playboy has been so wildly successful since its inception in 1953? Now more than ever all levels of nouns (people, places and things) are being hyped up and sexualized. Even with the growth of the Internet as a means for sexually motivated content and the rebirth of adult novels — a la Fifty Shades of Grey — we often forget another medium that is still surviving despite common perceptions: the hotline. Continue reading


The Sitter


You may not be familiar with the name David Gordon Green, but if you are a fan of Danny McBride (Eastbound & Down, Pineapple Express), you are very familiar with Green’s recent work. Green has directed such masterpieces as Your Highness, the aforementioned show and movie, and The Sitter. The latter is the only one not to consist of his foul-mouthed college buddy, but it is a lasting relic in cinematic history: the final act of legendary Fat Jonah Hill. Continue reading


We all dream of winning the lottery. We all know that one special thing we would do with the money once we get it, whether it’s buy a house, remodel one, buy a car or something more practical like pay off any sort of debt. The one thing for certain is that your life would change. In Lucky, meek Ben Keller (Colin Hanks) gets the girl of his dreams (and murderous hallucinations) with the winning lottery ticket he stumbled upon. Continue reading

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