Watch the original 1967 Wonder Woman TV pilot, from the producers of Batman!

Before Cathy Lee Crosby (1974), Lynda Carter (1975), and Gal Gadot (2017), Ellie Wood Walker was Wonder Woman! In 1967, Batman producer William Dozier created this short film as a pitch to Warner Brothers. From IMDB: https://youtu.be/VWiiXs2uU1k Unlike "Batman," which was campy adventure, "Wonder Woman" was going to be a straight comedy series, along the…

South Park jabs Harvey as one to “victimize innocent people and poop in little girls’ mouths”

South Park yucks it up with some Harvey-poop potty humor this week. When Catman and his pals, dressed as "superheroes," are accused by an ex-Instagram follower that that they "victimize innocent people and poop in little girls’ mouths," Catman responds, "That's not true. We're 'Coon and Friends, not Harvey Weinstein." https://youtu.be/xtEQkOp8mZ0 Source: Boing Boing (published under a…

What English-language courtroom dramas sounds like to Swedes

It's not quite "Gibberish rock song written by Italian composer to sound like English", as it is in English. Sort of. It's the Englishiness of it all that makes it so good. Who put the ram in the ramalangadingdong? Warning: blackface. https://youtu.be/QyU2p4l5iUA Here's part 2: https://youtu.be/VHknAtVsV88 Source: Boing Boing (published under a Creative Commons license)

Siskel & Ebert’s take on ‘Pulp Fiction’ when it first hit theaters (1994)

Spoiler alert: they liked it. https://youtu.be/2m44Mvblctk Roger Ebert starts the review with, "That showdown interrupts a stickup in a scene from 'Pulp Fiction,' Quentin Tarantino's amazingly entertaining, outrageous, challenging, bizarre new movie. This is filmmaking of a high order." Here's Roger's full written review. (LAist, RED) Source: Boing Boing (published under a Creative Commons license)

VIDEO: American Horror Story: Cult Introduces the Most Terrifying Villain in Years! Is Donald Trump Watching? #ahscult

Season 7 of American Horror Story: Cult has been influenced by the results of the 2016 Presidential election. From Bustle.com: The newest trailer and a sneak peek at the opening credits show that not only did Donald Trump's win provide inspiration, it actually sets the horrific action of the season into motion. Since his presidency will…

A fond look back at the scariest 25 minutes on television

Twilight Zone veteran Richard Matheson wrote the screenplay for Trilogy of Terror, a 1975 NBC network Movie of the Week that was a lot creepier than TV audiences were used to watching. The third story in the 40-year-old trilogy, "Amelia," is still profoundly terrifying. Mental Floss has a remembrance: https://youtu.be/o_TLtKeGvhY In essentially a one-woman play,…