The Z Review has organized this list of Twitter feeds, which you simply must follow if you consider yourself a diligent follower of world affairs.
I like to think of myself as an optimistic person, one who believes in the power of positive thinking to accomplish goals, even against great odds.
I started out with “Antichrist.” I listed seven minutes. Then I moved on to “Melancholia.” Five minutes.
Little girls looking forward to amassing chocolatey treats this October 31st are not just limited to dressing up as victims of horrible crimes. At The Z Review, we propose that an entire line of young female unfortunates should be manufactured for the benefit of our daughters, nieces and the like, post haste.
Allen’s comment, to me, betrays a very “Mad Men” worldview in which women are basically sex dolls to be drunkenly fucked on a desk before the man’s one o’clock shows up.
This week, McGowan — who has claimed Weinstein assaulted her about 20 years ago and has emerged as a leading voice in the charge against him — called for the entire Weinstein Company board to be dissolved.
Last night at the Friars’ Club, The Z Review hosted its first ever celebrity roast! We chose jolly, beloved, disgraced executive Harvey Weinstein as our first subject to sit in the hot seat, to tolerate some good-natured ribbing at his expense!
You have a Constitutional right to your opinion, which you may freely express without fear of being jailed by the government. Even the conservative Supreme Court Justice occupying Merrick Garland’s stolen seat would agree with that. But that’s as far as it goes.
simply assumed women in Hollywood, and in every other industry, were habitually harassed with no consequences. What I did not realize is that their lives have less value to those who work in the industry than that of a potted plant.
Force took the time to answer five of our very pointed questions, and if anything she demonstrated that she’s even more accomplished than her many credits would suggest. Read on.