Jimmy's Mini-Reviews: What I've Been Watching

I’ve seen a lot of interesting stuff lately, but I don’t have time to give these movies/shows the write-ups they deserve, so here are some bite-size reviews to enjoy.

The Conjuring – someone here recommended this one in the comments (I can’t remember who), but I’m glad they did. Despite having almost no blood […]

This Week's Trailer Park Round-Up

Welcome to a new week, Threedonia! And now that sexual harassment and rape have been wiped out forever by the black dresses and lapel pins at the Golden Globes, we can go back to celebrating Hollywood as the completely sleaze-free town that we all know it is now! And with that in mind, here’s a […]

Christmas Carols The 'Murican Way

Recently in the comments I mentioned Black Rifle Coffee Company, a veteran-owned coffee manufacturer who is particularly good at making ads designed to trigger liberals. Full disclosure: I have tried their coffee in the past; it’s quite smooth and flavorful, but I found it too inconvenient to order coffee online on a regular basis. Nevertheless, […]

Monday Open Thread

The Walking Thread: Some Guy (S8, E4).

Heavy is the head that wears a crown, indeed. With “Some Guy”, King Ezekiel finally gets his own episode, and TWD narrows its focus on him and his group (Carol, Jerry, etc.) and the completion of their mission against the Saviors, with a brief drop-in by Rick and Daryl. As a result, this episode […]

Coitus Shooteruptus

As I’ve mentioned on here in the past, for some inexplicable reason a lot of the weird news that comes out of Western Washington comes out of Everett (a working-class suburb north of Seattle that Boeing put on the map). Call it the Florida of my neck of the woods, if you will. At […]

The Walking Thread: The Damned (S8, E2)

With “The Damned”, TWD proves without a doubt that this season is living up to its tagline and overarching theme, All-Out War, and anyone who complained that last season moved too slow should definitely be satisfied. This episode is basically wall-to-wall action, barely pausing to take a momentary breath for Rick to look in […]

The 7 Most Conservative Horror Movies of the 2000s

[Note: this list was originally posted on Halloween 2015. I am reposting it for the holiday – stay tuned, as I will be posting a sequel to it tomorrow!]

With all due respect to The Federalist, they’re seriously stretching logic with this list, so I thought I’d add one of my own. And to keep […]

This Week's Trailer Park Round-Up

Happy Monday, fellow Threedonians! To go along with your morning coffee, we’ve got a new batch of trailers lined up! Urban heist thrillers, modern Blaxploitation flicks, (appropriately for Halloween) a creepy ghost story, a story of faith in God, and a new show about our first responders. Hit the jump to watch them all:

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A Liberal Behind Enemy Lines

Since Trump won almost a year ago, the liberal narrative has been as follows: he won because the flyover states are just chock-full of secret white supremacists and Neo-Nazis who hate that there was a black man in the White House (even though many of them voted for that black man), and Trump is […]