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Starz Cancels Ash vs. Evil Dead After Three Seasons

Well, this isn't very groovy

Buckle up, Boomsticks: next week's season three finale of Ash vs. Evil Dead will wrap up the series, as Starz has declined to pick up the horror comedy for a fourth season. Based on the cult classic films Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness by Sam Raimi, the series followed an older (but not wiser) Ash Williams as a resurgence of demon activity forces him out of retirement and back into bloody action.

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Fans Stunned as Universal FanCon is Abruptly Postponed One Week Before the Event

Now We Know How Those Folks at Fyre Fest Felt

What happens to a Con deferred? To no one's surprise, the answer is massive internet outrage. Yesterday, the organizers of Universal FanCon abruptly postponed their convention a week before the event, which was set to debut April 27th at the Baltimore Convention Center. In a statement released yesterday, the organizers wrote, "as we built out our floorplan, invited guests, figured out lodging/travel arrangements, and confirmed activities, our costs started to grow exponentially. "

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I Feel Pretty and The Power of Radical Self Esteem

The New Amy Schumer Comedy Has Something to Say...and It's Not What You Think.

I'll admit it: when I first saw the trailer for Amy Schumer's new comedy I Feel Pretty I thought, "ugh, here we go." The last thing I need is a movie where the punchline seemed to be "this normal girl thinks she's hot but she's not LOLOL!". I was ready to hate on the film, but then something surprising happened...I kind of loved it.

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SPOILER ALERT! Jane the Virgin Ends Season 4 with an Explosive Cliffhanger

Straight out of a telenovela, right?

SPOILER ALERT: If you haven't watched the season 4 finale of Jane the Virgin, stop here lest ye be spoiled.

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Smallville Actress Allison Mack Arrested on Sex Trafficking Charges

We wrote about the strange and awful allegations surrounding the so-called cult NXIVM, and the connections that Smallville's Allison Mack and Kristin Kreuk were alleged to have with it. Now Mack has been arrested and charged with a number of horrifying crimes.

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This Behind-the-Scenes Look at HBO’s Fahrenheit 451 Hits a Little Too Close to Home

The classic Ray Bradbury novel, Fahrenheit 451, was already eerily familiar when it was first published in 1953, shortly after the end of WWII, when fascism was still fresh on the world's mind. Now, at a time when our world seems to be leaning in that direction once again, HBO is giving us Bradbury's novel as a film for a modern audience. Stars Michael B. Jordan, Michael Shannon, and Sofia Boutella take us behind the scenes of the adaptation.

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Things We Saw Today: Janelle Monáe’s Dirty Computer Will Come With a 50-Minute Afrofuturistic “Emotion Picture” Attached

Janelle Monáe has a companion video coming for her album Dirty Computer that's being described as an hour-long "Handmaid’s Tale meets "San Junipero," set in a desiccated Mad Max landscape." GIVE IT TO US, PLEASE.

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Alas for My College Nostalgia, Super Troopers 2 Isn’t Getting Great Reviews

You can go see Super Troopers 2 right meow, but should you?

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GOP Already Pushing for Paid Data Prioritization as Net Neutrality Rules Are Set to Expire

"Paid prioritization" is kind of a telling phrase for how this is all going down, tbh.

When the FCC decided that it would roll back the "net neutrality" rules enacted under the Obama administration—rules aimed at preventing paid data prioritization and the blocking or throttling of data from specific sites and services—that wasn't necessarily the end of the fight. Congress could still write laws that could protect the openness of the internet, but we're not too surprised to see that the Republican-controlled legislature's ideas for doing that include undermining the entire princip

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5 Anime Characters Who Taught Me to Embrace My Femininity

Who are your favorite ladies from anime?Who are your favorite ladies from anime?

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Spoiler-Free Review: Westworld‘s Season 2 Premiere a Slow-Burn Start to a Fascinating New Story

Westworld Season Two premieres this weekend after way too long a wait, and TMS will be getting back to its regular coverage! Thanks to HBO, we got an advance peek at the first episode of the new season. Get ready for quite a ride, people! [**This is a spoiler-free review, but I will be talking about who's in the episode and scratching the surface of basic plot points.**]

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The Frankenstein Chronicles and the Problem of Sean Bean

I wrote this piece last month and didn't publish it, deciding that I felt so conflicted about Sean Bean's role in The Frankenstein Chronicles that I did not wish to draw more attention to the series. But today a new glowing review of the show appeared, and this made me want to shake the mothballs from this and let it see the light. We need to talk about Sean Bean's alleged history with women, even if I don't want to give him the time of day.

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Letitia Wright Is the Only Part of the Avengers: Infinity War Press Tour I Care About

I don't think there's any way the film is going to give us as much Shuri as we'd like (mostly because we'd only be fully content with a movie comprised entirely of Shuri scenes), so we're milking every minute out of every interview we can.

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The Dangerous Myths of Columbine

These men aren't victims, they aren't geniuses. They are terrorists and instead of celebrating their "intellect" we need to remember that they are murders, predators, and manipulators.

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“Father of a Daughter” Asks Michelle Pfeiffer About Her Weight During Scarface Reunion Panel

Tribeca 2018, Are You Okay?

What is going on with the attendees of the Tribeca Film Festival? First a guy tries to pitch Westworld's Jonathan Nolan a script during a Q&A, forcing organizers to stop it prematurely, ruining it for everyone. Then, Michelle Pfeiffer has an incredibly sexist question put to her during a panel under the guise of feminist allyship.

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Scandal Has Ended, But the Legacy Lives On

What did you think of the last episode ever of Scandal and who did you want to see kick the bucket? 

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Unsatisfied With Oppressing Just American Women, Trump Officials Fight for Anti-Choice UN Policies

The past week was a bit of a mixed bag for reproductive rights. A court ruling prohibited Ohio from defunding Planned Parenthood, but around the same time, a report alleged that a “closed-door” meeting saw Trump officials imploring the UN to promote “abstinence-only” women’s health programs.

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Cynthia Nixon Is 100% Running for Office, and Shows Exactly How Qualified She Is on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Nixon knocks each and every single question out of the park with humor, precise and informed answers, and cutting comments on Andrew Cuomo.

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Samantha Bee: It’s “Not That F*cking hard” to Hire Women and People of Color

"If you can't do it, it's because you don't want to."

Full Frontal embarked on a mission to hire 10 black people to do "the whitest thing we could think of off the top of our heads."

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The Impressive Cast for Disney’s Jungle Cruise Movie Is Making it Hard to Remain Uninterested

Jesse Plemons is reportedly joining the cast of Disney's Jungle Cruise movie, which is an incredibly exciting move for a movie we weren't all that excited about.

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