Infinite Diversity Special: Deconstructing Discovery

With this past Sunday’s episode “Into the Forest I Go,” Star Trek: Discovery closes what its writers room are calling “Chapter One” of the first season. This offers viewers their first opportunity to take a step back and examine the show so far. For this Read More …

Infinite Diversity: More Star Trek vs. New Star Trek

Star Trek is an enormous and complex cultural entity whose impact on politics, technology, and storytelling are undeniable. It’s also as flawed and problematic as any other massive media franchise. Lifelong Trekkie and Deadshirt Editor-in-Chief Dylan Roth attempts to make sense of it all for die-hards and outsiders Read More …

Discovery Sets a Bold New Course for Star Trek [Review]

Star Trek: Discovery represents a lot of firsts for the 51-year-old science fiction franchise. It’s the first new Star Trek on television since the demise of Enterprise 12 years ago, the first produced after the J.J. Abrams films, the first that’s behind a paywall, the Read More …

Too Much Wrestling: *Wolf Howl*

The world of professional wrestling is so vast and fast-moving that it’s damn near impossible to keep up. Luckily, your pals at Deadshirt are here to keep an eye on squared circles everywhere, from modest bingo halls to packed football stadiums, and bring you the Read More …

Too Much Wrestling: Okada vs. Suzuki, Lio Rush vs. Tables

The world of professional wrestling is so vast and fast-moving that it’s damn near impossible to keep up. Luckily, your pals at Deadshirt are here to keep an eye on squared circles everywhere, from modest bingo halls to packed football stadiums, and bring you the Read More …

Too Much Wrestling: Last Woman Standing

The world of professional wrestling is so vast and fast-moving that it’s damn near impossible to keep up. Luckily, your pals at Deadshirt are here to keep an eye on squared circles everywhere, from modest bingo halls to packed football stadiums, and bring you the Read More …

Too Much Wrestling: NJPW Dominion, Tournament of Death

The world of professional wrestling is so vast and fast-moving that it’s damn near impossible to keep up. Luckily, your pals at Deadshirt are here to keep an eye on squared circles everywhere, from modest bingo halls to packed football stadiums, and bring you the Read More …

Too Much Wrestling: Best of the Super Juniors 24

The world of professional wrestling is so vast and fast-moving that it’s damn near impossible to keep up. Luckily, your pals at Deadshirt are here to keep an eye on squared circles everywhere, from modest bingo halls to packed football stadiums, and bring you the Read More …

Too Much Wrestling: ROH/NJPW: War of the Worlds

The world of professional wrestling is so vast and fast-moving that it’s damn near impossible to keep up. Luckily, your pals at Deadshirt are here to keep an eye on squared circles everywhere, from modest bingo halls to packed football stadiums, and bring you the Read More …

Beauty and the Beast is an Unnecessary Exercise, but Has Its Moments [Review]

After bringing their animated classics Cinderella and The Jungle Book back to cinemas as CGI-soaked live-action films, Disney has now begun the much more intimidating task of shooting remakes of their revered classics from the 1990s—a time period often referred to as The Disney Renaissance. The first to Read More …