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If I Hate Violence So Much, Why Do I Love Writing About It?
Writers of violent thrillers reflect on — and reaffirm — the ethics of what they do.
Is Another Ultraviolent Gun Movie, With One Crucial Difference
The movie avoids the anonymous spree killings that pop up in
a history of violence
Movies Are More Violent Than Ever Before, and It’s Amazing
If you have an appetite for high body counts, fight choreography, and onscreen savagery, Hollywood might finally be meting out enough punishment.
This May Be the Best Reason to Watch
VIDEO: Those claws …
Producers Toned Down Violence
The people behind
The Walking Dead
have realized that their last display of gore struck out with fans.
Watch the Weeknd’s Violent ‘False Alarm’ Video
Not safe for work, kids, anyone, or anywhere.
Fear the Walking Dead
’s Showrunner Hates Gore
Which helps the production, believe it or not.
In Pakistan, Journalists and Comics Artists Team Up to Fight Terrorism
“This is a powerful vehicle for conveying ideas which otherwise would get lost in longer essays and impersonal journalistic reporting.”
Standup Dan Nainan Arrested in DC Last Night For Punching a Mean Journalist
Comic Dan Nainan was arrested last night after punching Daily Beast journalist Josh Rogin over some unkind tweets. Nainan was headlining the […]
This No Weapons Rumble is a Sham, by David Henne
And how’re brass knuckles out but live-tweeting’s in? Sharing 140 strategic characters with your preppie chums, in real time? Posting Vines on […]
violins on tv
The Crazy Violent Scene That Was Too Much Even for
Jim Carrey Speaks Out Against the Violence in ‘Kick Ass 2’
Jim Carrey took to Twitter yesterday to distance himself from his next movie, Kick-Ass 2, a superhero sequel that hits theaters in August, […]
It’s about children murdering each other.
violins on tv
Good Luck Finding a TV Drama Without Murder
In scripted dramas, the score is 107–18, with murder-y shows trouncing non-murder-y.
Read a Chart That Tracks Violence in Bond Movies
Blame Pierce Brosnan.
Is IFC’s ‘Bullet in the Face’ the Most Violent TV Comedy Ever?
With all the talk of Comedy Bang Bang and Bunk, it seems like IFC’s other new comedy series has been somewhat ignored. I mean, I hadn’t even […]
Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon on How to Celebrate MTV’s 30th Birthday: ‘Open Fire’
He’s quoting Ani Difranco.
Watch a Montage of Every Violent Act in the Super Bowl Commercials
So much slapping.