Three mass shootings in 10 days. Suddenly, marketing the “The Hunt” stopped. Why? Because life refuses to do the same.Read More Blumhouse Proves There are Things More Important Than Marketing
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Whatever happened to the cartoonish blow-up dolls with red skin, baby horns, and a pitchfork?!Read More ‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ is Being Sued by Satan
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If you have watched ESPN for any amount of time, you know the worldwide leader in sports is bad at many, many things but the one they can rock are commercials. Namely, their SportsCenter advertising to give fans these fictitious peeks behind the curtain. They are lighthearted. They are full of athletes. They feature mascots. […]Read More ‘Venom’, ESPN Join Forces to Set CGI Back 15 Years