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Starting in 2019, Monkeys Fighting Robots will shed our film and TV coverage, and focus exclusively on comics. Comics is a unique, rich, and diverse...
Monkeys Fighting Robots has launched a new sister-site, POPAXIOM, dedicated entirely to film and TV coverage. Now that MFR exclusively covers comic books, we've moved...
Desiree Akhavan’s The Miseducation Of Cameron Post is a compelling dive into the dangers of a misguided ideology and the internal torment one is subjected to when they are forced to conform.
Groundbreaking is a word carelessly applied and rarely applicable in our world. Just because something is new doesn't mean we need to document that moment to preserve for posterity. However, there are those rare instances where that word doesn't adequately cover scope what's being discussed.
Dog Days highlights the power of companionship and the various forms of love which can originate from the furriest of our friends.
The Meg is a ridiculously constructed testosterone infused jaunt into a farcical world where Jason Statham is invincible and so are Tea Cup Yorkies. Some releases tend to dabble with insane concepts which defy all logic, while The Meg bathes in them to the delight of fans who crave more from where that came from.
After last week's episode of Succession, Adam McKay and Jesse Armstrong had all of us on what seemingly was a road to war between Kendall (Jeremy Strong) and Logan (Brian Cox) but the story took a sudden turn.
Marc Forster’s Christopher Robin is an intriguing exploration of the power connections have on us and a look at how as we grow older our identity morphs.
Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade perfectly captures the Snap Chat driven Instagram like seeking identity crisis that is being an adolescent.