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Every Bob's Burgers Halloween Episode Ranked

Since the third season of "Bob's Burgers," fans have looked forward to the annual Halloween episode each year. Unlike "The Simpsons" iconic Treehouse of Horror episodes, the Halloween offerings on "Bob's Burgers" remain in the show's canon, celebrating the most wonderful time of the year and the various shenanigans the Belcher family gets into. Fans look forward to the tradition of pun-based costumes, overdramatic hijinks, and references to horror movies littered throughout.Earlier this week, "B...
Tags: Television, Movies, Bob, Burgers, Tammy, Peter Pan, Teddy, Gayle, John Carpenter, Dolores, Gene, Jeff, Linda, Millie, Molly Shannon, Tina

The 15 Best Halloween TV Episodes

Halloween is the one time of the year when television writers get to let their hair down a little bit. Normally constrained by the confines of their genre, a spooky holiday like Halloween gives shows the freedom to take their storylines in a different direction. A traditional sitcom can have ghosts in it all of a sudden, and a children's show can embrace slasher film tropes. The opportunities are virtually limitless! But while it's fun to see familiar characters in a context that their show woul...
Tags: Chuck, Halloween, Texas, Television, Movies, United States, Cia, Bob, Wanda, Sam, Slayer, Buffy, Cw, Arnold, Nickelodeon, Great Britain

The Bad American Acting In Squid Game Rules, Actually

This post contains spoilers for "Squid Game.""Squid Game" is a phenomenon, and rightly so. It's a vicious thriller series that sharply criticizes class and capitalism, anchored by across-the-board stellar performances. Until ... episode 7. That's when the Korean drama series introduces the mysterious "VIPs," who turn out to be wealthy Americans, alongside one Chinese businessman, who look and sound like they're characters played by Tobias Funke. They're hammy, they're over-the-top, and they're i...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Television, Movies, China, Korea, Kim, Bob, Host, Scott Wilson, Adkins, Tobias Funke, Bong Joon, Grillo, Paul Lazar, Frank Grillo

'The Shrink Next Door' with Will Ferrell & Paul Rudd Official Trailer

"He just has no boundaries and I don't trust him." "Cut her out of your life." Apple TV+ has revealed a full official trailer for a series titled The Shrink Next Door, streaming this November (watch the first teaser). Inspired by the true story of Marty and the therapist who turned his life around… then took it over. When he first meets Dr. Ike, Marty just wants to get better at boundaries. Over 30 years, he'll learn all about them—and what happens when they get crossed. The series, directed...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Apple TV, Bob, Will Ferrell, Casey Wilson, Marty, Bonnie, Kathryn Hahn, Paul Rudd, Michael Showalter, To Watch, Jesse Peretz, Herschkopf, Ike Marty, Ike Herschkopf

Marvel: Crisis Protocol — 10 Strongest Cabal Members, Ranked

Marvel: Crisis Protocol currently has 18 affiliations available to players, but the Cabal has stayed relevant and competitive since its introduction as one of the two affiliations in the original core set. The Cabal also has the second-largest roster of affiliated characters (behind only the Avengers) in the Marvel board game. RELATED: 10 Best Avengers in Marvel: Crisis Protocol, Ranked While this breadth of options is exciting, it can also make roster-building an intimidating endeavor. While th...
Tags: Entertainment, Beck, Tech, Sin, Bob, Avengers, SCHMIDT, Sabretooth, Cabal, Brock Rumlow, Red Skull, Victor Creed, Helmut, Zemo, Amora, Mysterio

Condor Season 2: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)"Six Days of the Condor" is one of the greatest paranoid thrillers ever to grace the big screen, featuring unforgettable performances by Robert Redford and the late Max von Sydow and based on the James Grady novel of the same name. "Condor" is the series adaptation of the same basic story, but it has faced its own sort of twists ...
Tags: Europe, Television, Movies, Cia, Bob, Turner, Robert Redford, Joe, Max Von Sydow, James Grady, Jeremy Irons, AT T, Ken Robinson, Joe Turner, Epix, Brendan Fraser

Animated Shorts Program For Underrepresented Artists Coming From HBO Max

For years, adult animation was viewed as a fringe art form with a niche audience. All of that changed after shows like "The Simpsons," "King of the Hill," and "South Park" proved there was longevity to be found in the style. Shows like "Daria," "Family Guy," and "Futurama" followed suit, opening the doors to future juggernauts like "BoJack Horseman" and "Bob's Burgers," or entire channels like Adult Swim. Now, WarnerMedia is launching a brand new program in an attempt to strengthen the skills an...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, South Park, Disney, Canada, Bob, Horne, Aaron Davidson, Karen Horne, WarnerMedia, HBO Max, Daria Family Guy, Adult Swim Now WarnerMedia

The 14 Best Bill Murray Movies Ranked

Bill Murray is one of the most beloved comedic actors of all time. Murray first rose to prominence thanks to his memorable characters on "Saturday Night Live," joining fellow stars like Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi after Chevy Chase departed at the end of the first season. From there, Murray went on to become the biggest stars of the '80s, and many of his early films are now considered classics.While Murray was frequently the headlining star, he's also proved willing to step into supporting role...
Tags: Japan, New York, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Tim Burton, Abigail Breslin, Wes Anderson, Marvin, Italy, Bill Murray, Tokyo, Charles Dickens, Columbia University, Johnny Depp, Bob

The 20 Best Michael Myers Kills Ranked

In his 43-year-long career, Michael Myers has killed 121 people on screen, and he's only getting started. Poised to murder dozens more with the release of the aptly titled "Halloween Kills" this October, few genre icons, if any, are as ceaselessly bloodthirsty as Michael. An unstoppable icon whose kills are more grounded than those of other slasher icons -- there are no cryogenically-smashed heads or marionette murders here -- Michael is the perennial monster in the closet, unknowable and unstop...
Tags: Movies, Karen, Oscar, John, Annie, Bob, Spielberg, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Jason, Sarah, Alice, Michael, Thorn, Rob Zombie, Octavia Spencer, Zombie

The Office: 9 Deleted Scenes That Should Have Made The Final Cut

Thanks to different streaming networks, The Office has a new wave of popularity. Although the show was on for nine seasons (2005-2013), fans always want more Michael Scott, Jim Halpert, and Dwight Schrute at Dunder Mifflin. Those behind the series have since released deleted scenes, cold opens that didn't make the cut, and storylines that were ignored. And YouTube has a plethora of them available for fans. RELATED: 5 Of The Best (And Worst) Cold Opens In The Office While The Office created the p...
Tags: Florida, Entertainment, Office, Tech, Oscar, Reddit, Michelle Obama, Roy, Bob, Michael, Andy, Dwight, Dwight Schrute, Michelle, Laura, Jim

Every Terry Gilliam Movie Ranked Worst To Best

Terry Gilliam was always the odd man out in Monty Python -- he was the only American, he wasn't Oxbridge educated, and he was an animator, not a comedy writer. He did, however, find his directing feet with the troupe, co-directing "Monty Python and the Holy Grail." He would also go on to cast Michael Palin and Eric Idle in many of his projects. In Gilliam's first "solo" film, "Jabberwocky," the Python influence was clear, but it would become less so as he branched further into flights of fancy a...
Tags: Apple, Python, New York, Movies, Robin Williams, Germany, John Cleese, Matt Damon, Williams, Moon, Uma Thurman, Brazil, Monty Python, Robert De Niro, Baron, Brian

The Mysterious Benedict Society Season 2 Is Heading To Disney

Disney+ has decided to give fans a second chance to look inside "The Mysterious Benedict Society" — by renewing it for a second season.The TV show, which is based on the best-selling book series by Trenton Lee Stewart, announced their second season order via Instagram with a special video message from Tony Hale, who stars as the eccentric Mr. Benedict and his twin brother, Mr. Curtain — both the protagonist and antagonist of the show.In the announcement — which was addressed to "all Society memb...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Instagram, Disney, Society, Bob, Barnes, Benedict, Hale, Tony Hale, James Bobin, Kristen Schaal, Phil Hay, Buster Bluth, Todd Slavkin

Hulu October 2021 Schedule: New TV & Movie Additions

The schedule for the new movie and TV titles coming to Hulu in October 2021 has been revealed, which you can view below, along with the titles that are set to leave from the streaming service next month. This includes the series debut of the new Hulu original limited drama series Dopesick, which will feature Michael Keaton and Rosario Dawson. All eight seasons of ABC’s hit crime comedy Castle starring Nathan Fillion will also be making its streaming debut. In time for this year’s Halloween seaso...
Tags: TV, Movies, Nbc, Abc, Russia, America, Atlanta, Queens, TV News, Madonna, Streaming, Bob, Seattle, Orange County, Hulu, Michael Keaton

The 14 Best Stories From Shudder's Creepshow Ranked

"Creepshow," the original 1982 movie, was the first collaboration between the sadly missed George A. Romero and Stephen King. A loving tribute to the old EC Horror comics of the '50s, the film would go on to spawn sequels of increasingly inferior quality, but in 2018 it was announced that "Creepshow" would be revived as a series, with "Walking Dead" producer Greg Nicotero serving as showrunner.Horror anthology TV series are nothing new. Romero himself tried his hand with "Tales from the Darkside...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Stephen King, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Victoria, Bob, EC, Justin Long, Times, Sam, Kiefer Sutherland, Joe, Kevin Dillon, Robert

The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming To Hulu In October 2021

The end of September and the beginning of October can only mean one thing: hoodie weather, Spooky Season, and the near-Herculean task of keeping track of a whole new batch of movies and shows as they cycle in and out of multiple streaming services. That last part is just about the only downer that comes with another turn in the calendar, but that's why we're here to help! If you're anything like me, the last few days have been about ticking off those soon-to-be expiring items from your watchlist...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Nbc, Abc, White House, Russia, Atlanta, Queens, James Bond, Madonna, Stanley Kubrick, Miami, Kubrick, Bob, Harrison Ford

The Best TV Shows And Movies Coming To HBO Max In October 2021

October is right around the corner, so I hope you're ready for some pumpkins! It's the spookiest month of the year, full of tricks, treats, and/or ghosts. And it will also be bringing with it a whole new slew of titles to HBO Max. In keeping with the holiday season, some of those titles will be horror-centric. But there are plenty of non-horror movies dropping as well, including some pretty big blockbusters. So let's take a look at the TV shows and movies coming to HBO Max in October 2021.  Dune...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Movies, Guantanamo Bay, Tim Burton, US, America, Earth, Fbi, United States, Paris, Beverly Hills, James Gandolfini, Lincoln, Sherlock Holmes, Venice

Bob's Burgers: The Movie: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Now in its 12th season, "Bob's Burgers" centers on Bob Belcher, his wife Linda, and their children Tina, Gene, and Louise, and their ridiculous hijinks running a burger restaurant while dealing with the trials and tribulations of lower working-class life. "Bob's Burgers" is arguably one of the best adult animated series on televi...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Movie, San Diego, Bob, Tammy, Jon Benjamin, Bouchard, Linda, Tucker, Louise, Belcher, Loren Bouchard, Bob Belcher, SAM SEDER, Tina Gene

Lumbering Limerick

An accountant who tended to lumber, As if largely encumbered by slumber, Lost his CPA job; Said his boss, “Sorry Bob, But our clients, alas, have your number.”
Tags: Humor, Bob, Limerick, Said, Limericks, Workplace & Career Humor, Sleep & Insomnia Humor, Sleep Limerick, Accountant Poem, Accounting Limerick, CPA Humor, CPA Limerick, Job Loss Limerick

The 2021 Emmys In Review: Not Great, Bob

The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards are over. The winners have been announced, the speeches have been given, and now it's time for the afterparties. But how was the show?The opening musical number was a fun tribute to late rapper Biz Markie, while also showing us how great it is now that the stars can all be in one room again. It was a fun, warm moment that seemed kind of informal and genuine. Unfortunately, most of the rest of the night felt stodgy and too-tightly cut, with bad skits that took up va...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Stephen Colbert, Bob, Paramount, Mike Pence, Phil, Allen, Debbie Allen, Biz Markie, Cedric, Scott Frank, Fred Savage

Giancarlo Esposito to Lead Netflix’s Nonlinear Heist Drama Series Jigsaw

Netflix has officially given a series order to a brand new heist drama series titled Jigsaw, which is being described as an innovative and suspenseful crime thriller. The series is developed to take a nonlinear approach to storytelling, where it lets the viewers be in control. Emmy-nominated actor Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad, The Mandalorian) has signed on for the leading role of Leo Pap. Joining him are Paz Vega, Rufus Sewell, Tati Gabrielle, Peter Mark Kendall, Rosaline Elbay, Jai Courtne...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Fbi, Netflix, Brooklyn, TV News, Manhattan, Streaming, Leo, Bob, Ridley Scott, Vega, Bushwick, Judy, Jai Courtney

Jigsaw Is A New Netflix Crime Series Where 'Viewers Are In Control'

Netflix is taking another shot at "choose-your-own-adventure" style storytelling with "Jigsaw," a heist drama starring Giancarlo Esposito ("Breaking Bad," "Better Call Saul") that promises to be "unlike any series you've seen before." The streaming service tested the waters with its 2018 interactive film "Black Mirror: Bandersnatch," which allowed viewers to make decisions in the story by selecting different on-screen options. Now, Netflix is trying something even more ambitious with the upcomin...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Fbi, Netflix, Manhattan, Bob, Vega, Judy, Gabrielle, Noor, Kendall, Saul, Courtney, Giancarlo Esposito, New York Read

Kevin Smith's Secret Stash Book Candidly Chronicles The Life And Career Of The Clerks Filmmaker

The voice of Kevin Smith is probably more prominently and frequently heard than any other filmmaker working today. Aside from becoming an influential writer/director thanks to his sensational Sundance-selected comedy "Clerks," the growth of geek culture, the popularity of comic books, and the rise of podcasting as a popular medium paved the way for Smith to become a pillar of pop culture. After writing several books collecting various life stories, podcast anecdotes and Hollywood hullabaloo acro...
Tags: Reviews, Hollywood, Movies, Ben Affleck, New Jersey, Harvey Weinstein, Bob, Emma Thompson, Usa Today, Smith, Will Ferrell, Alan Rickman, Jay, Mark Hamill, Southwest Airlines, Cool Stuff

Copshop Review: Gerard Butler And Frank Grillo Face Off In Joe Carnahan's Trashy, Fun Actioner

Joe Carnahan made a name for himself with the brutal, intense cop drama "Narc." He followed that film up with "Smokin' Aces," a star-studded, rather messy shoot 'em up that was oozing with style, and far removed from the more serious tone of "Narc." Since then, Carnahan has occasionally dipped back into seriousness with entries like the criminally underrated "The Grey." But it's clear his heart belongs to pulpy trash where everyone is an ass, and everyone's got a gun. And there's certainly nothi...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Bob, Gerard Butler, Teddy, John Carpenter, Butler, Carnahan, De Niro, Valerie, Pacino, Grillo, Frank Grillo, Joe Carnahan, SlashFilm, Toby Huss

Primal Won The Emmy For Best Animated Program, Beating Out Some Serious Heavy-Hitters

Genndy Tartakovsky's "Primal" for Adult Swim won two Creative Arts Emmys on Sunday, beating out heavy-hitters like "Big Mouth," "Bob's Burgers," "The Simpsons," and "South Park." The show took home statues for both Best Animated Program and Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation. Last night's wins mark the fourth and fifth overall Emmy wins for the series, and the show's first nomination and win for Best Animated Series.The Hollywood Awards prediction site GoldDerby even had "Primal" in...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, South Park, Bob, Dexter, FANG, Transylvania, Tyler Bates, Genndy Tartakovsky, Primal, SlashFilm, Spear, Joanne Higginbottom, Aaron LaPlante

Two Untitled Marvel Films Get 2024 Release Dates

Disney updated its release calendar on Friday, and along with some announced dates for things like the live-action adaptation The Little Mermaid, the company also set the date for two new unannounced Marvel Studios films. RELATED: The Little Mermaid Live-Action Film Gets 2023 Release Date The two new dates — July 26, 2024, and November 8, 2024 — mean that Marvel Studios is currently planning on releasing four films in 2024, with dates in February and May also already having been confirmed earlie...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Disney, Little Mermaid, Bob, Marvel Studios, Comic Book, Marvel Cinematic Universe, ComingSoon, Movie News, Shang Chi

The Bob's Burgers Movie Is Finally Coming To Theaters Next Summer

Prepare your butts, "Bob's Burgers" fans, because the movie finally has a release date. The movie was announced way back in the pre-COVID Before Times of 2017, only to be shuffled about like mad. It was originally set to debut on July 17, 2020, and was delayed on account of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was pushed around several times, with release dates coming and going faster than plotlines in Tina's friend fiction. Now, there's an official release date, and we might finally get a chance to see th...
Tags: Movies, News, Bob, Entertainment Weekly, Bouchard, Linda, Simpson, Tina, Louise, Belcher, SlashFilm, Loren Bouchard, Linda John Roberts, Bob H Jon Benjamin, Bob Linda Tina Gene, Tina Gene

The Great North Season 2: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)If you're looking for the best in adult animation, Fox continues to look like the place to be. "The Simpsons" just keeps trucking along, having recently completed its 32nd season with another two more on the way. "Duncanville," an animated sitcom created by Mike Scully, Julie Thacker Scully, and Amy Poehler, debuted in 2020 and w...
Tags: Television, Movies, Fox, Alaska, Amy Poehler, Nick Offerman, Bob, Ham, Hulu, Jenny Slate, Judy, Wolf, Alanis Morissette, Will Forte, Paul Rust, Alyson

Bob’s Burgers: The Movie Gets 2022 Release Date, New Poster

The Belcher family is back and fans will be able to enjoy the upcoming musical next year on Memorial Day weekend. Disney announced that Bob’s Burgers: The Movie will release May 27, 2022. The film features the cast of the hit television show returning as H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman, Kristen Schaal, Larry Murphy, and Sam Seder will all reprise their respective roles. Plot details are currently unknown. Check out the new Bob’s Burgers: The Movie poster below: Let’s get...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Disney, Fox, Bob, Bob's Burgers, Patty, Belcher, ComingSoon, Movie News, SAM SEDER, Animated Television Broadcast Production, Loren Bouchard Bob, Jon Benjamin The

New NIMH Animated Series In The Works

A new animated series based on the "Rats of NIMH" books by Robert C. O'Brien is reportedly in the works at Fox. The first book in the series was previously adapted in the 1982 Don Bluth film "The Secret of NIMH," which has gone on to become a cult favorite. While the details are still a little fuzzy, it appears that Fox is going to make a series based on the novels about some super-smart rats and their fellow field-dwelling friends. Deadline reports that the network has handed a script commitmen...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Fox, Bob, Wawa, Brien, Margaret, Bluth, Shell Beach, NIMH, Dan Harmon, Don Bluth, Johnathan, Robert C O Brien, Superior Donuts

Nintendo Unveils Transforming Super Mario 64 LEGO Set

Nintendo’s line of Lego products continues to grow, with the company announcing on Thursday that the latest item set to release is a Super Mario 64-themed block. RELATED: LEGO Set Reveals Potential Spider-Man: No Way Home Plot Details In a brief video shared on social media, Nintendo teased the product, showcasing the iconic yellow question block found in Mario games. However, not only does the block sit as its own decoration, but it also opens up, showcasing four different landscapes themed aro...
Tags: Games, Movies, Lego, Nintendo, Mario, Bob, Super Mario, Peach, Video Game News, Super Mario 64, Koopa, Luigi Set, Nintendo Unveils Transforming Super Mario, Cool Cool Mountain

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