Every Halloween, all of your favorite movie monsters come out of the woodwork to cause havoc. But what do they do in the other 364 days of the year? How do they spend their downtime? Joel Murphy answers this question in this classic column, which we bring
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A Vox article claimed to have the definitive answer on whether or not Tony Soprano died in the finale. Joel Murphy reacts to this latest development.
In honor of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, we rerun this 2013 column from Joel Murphy explaining why apes might actually rise up and destroy us all.
Joel Murphy writes an open letter to the man who kept a spreadsheet tracking every time his wife turned him down for sex and the wife who posted it on Reddit.
Joel Murphy explains why he doesn't like the new female Thor ... and it's not the reason you think.
Joel Murphy tries to figure out why Michael Bay seems content to make unsatisfying schlock like Transformers: Age of Extinction when he has enough power to make better films.
Joel Murphy takes a look at the romantic relationships on 24 and tries to figure out why they are all so depressing.
Joel Murphy reveals where the $16,000 a month Halle Berry is paying her ex-boyfriend in child support is going.
Joel Murphy attempts to decide if Jaden Smith wearing a Batman costume to Kanye and Kim's wedding was the best or worst thing ever.
The latest threat to humanity? Robo-cockroaches controlled by DNA-altering nanobot technology.