I purchased a fully loaded, shiny new 2016 15″ Macbook Pro. It’s been a year. Did the 2016 Macbook Pro meet my needs? Read on…
My name is Fergus The Justifier, viking warrior and fighter of all things Terrible. Your new Justice League movie stinks. With the exception of Wonder Woman, all of your DCEU movies have stunk. They are awful. You know this. And yet you keep making them. It is time to face my wrath!
In each instalment of “It’s Called Writing (It’s Not Hard), we explore the boneheaded decisions and baffling logical gaffes made by so-called “professional” Hollywood writers. In this edition: TAKEN 2!
Welcome to the second part of this definitive ranking of TNG’s serialized plots. Join me, Fergus The Justifier, as I finish the deepest of delves into TNG’s bag of tricks!
The DCEU and the MCU have become almost exact opposites! It’s uncanny! Why, it’s almost like the DCEU has become…BIZARRO MARVEL!
Damn Marvel, you were so, so close with this one.
Anyone familiar with a Mr. Steve Austin from TV’s The Six Million Dollar Man is gonna recognize NASA’s Dream Chaser.
So today as I was sharpening my favourite broadsword and reading Flipboard, this interesting article flipped into my feed. By “interesting” I mean “annoying.” The story is all about the 15th anniversary of a semi-famous and half-remembered advertisement for Coors Light beer. So I thought this was the perfect opportunity to launch a new feature here on WOT: FERGUS THE AD CRITIC. Join me, by Crom!
I, Fergus the Justifier, have taken it upon myself to evaluate and rank the most prominent and important serialized narratives in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Much of this undertaking was excruciating and painful, taking my soul to dark places I had long ago sworn never to revisit. Journey with me now to the past – and the future!
Corey Feldman is right out of his f**king mind.