August 2023

The Absurdly Extensive List of Oreo Flavors: A Testament to Our Declining Taste Buds

Ah, the Oreo cookie. Once a simple, delightful treat that graced our grandparents’ cookie jars. But, as with many things in our ever-evolving society, we’ve managed to take it to the extreme. And by extreme, I mean the sheer absurdity of flavors that now exist. It’s as if we’re inching closer to the reality depicted […]

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Kiss the Girls: A Title Tease of the Highest Order

Hello there, cinephiles and neophytes alike, Ervin E. Lederson III comin’ at ya with another cinematic deep dive. Today we’re delving into the whirlpool that is 1997’s thriller “Kiss the Girls,” a movie that, by title alone, could make a man’s heart flutter in anticipation. Now, if the title misled you into thinking this movie

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Ervin’s Play by Play of ‘Varsity Blues’: A Sweet Maui Review

Varsity Blues: A Legal Examination Ah, the gridiron. Few films have encapsulated the American high school football experience as convincingly as “Varsity Blues”. A deep dive into the heart of Texas football country, this film combines spirited performances, high-stakes drama, and a touch of, shall we say, aesthetic appreciation. “Varsity Blues” portrays the lives of

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Diving Deep with ‘Swordfish’: A Review by Ervin E. Lederson III

Swordfish: A Legal Examination   In the realm of cinema, few pictures, my friends, have managed to straddle the thin line between tech-heavy thriller and tasteful voyeurism as deftly as “Swordfish”. Yes sir, this film, in my humble but legally astute opinion, certainly warrants a discussion. “Swordfish”, starring the indubitable John Travolta and the inveterate

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The Dark Humor of the Kitchen: How Chefs and Cooks Use Comedy to Cope

It’s Sunday brunch, you’re hungover. You were just here closing mere hours ago. Clammy palms, flop sweat, your mouth dry and feels like a rabbit came and fucked your face in, what little sleep you got. Suddenly Biddy Biddy Bom Bom comes on and even though chef is losing his mind, calling everyone and everything

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