Too Much Wrestling: Naomi, Bliss, & a Whole Lot of Brits

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: Sami Zayn, a New Beginning, and the Young Lions Cup

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 …

Yo, Adrian!: Rocky III (1982)

For the month of January, the contenders of Deadshirt are looking at the high highs (and low lows) of Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky franchise. For each installment, Deadshirt film editor Max Robinson sits ringside with another Deadshirt staffer to discuss the film. For this installment, Max Read More …

Deadshirt’s Top 10 Wrestling Acts of 2016

2016 may be remembered as the year that we arrived at Peak Wrestling, when there were so many great performances that we couldn’t even bear to cut our list down to only ten individual teams or wrestlers. For this reason, we felt the need to group Read More …

Rogue One – A Deadshirt Roundtable

Rogue One, the first of a series of Star Wars “anthology” movies adjacent to the trilogy films, arrived in theatres last week. Here’s what the scrappy rebels at Deadshirt thought. Spoilers ahead. Rogue One’s an unusual beast in that, after three despised prequels, it’s the Read More …

Infinite Diversity: The House UnFederation Activities Committee

Star Trek is an enormous and complex cultural entity whose impact on politics, technology, and storytelling are undeniable. For half a century, it has appealed to a vast and varied audience, and it means something a little different to each viewer. In this season of Read More …

Infinite Diversity: Sympathy for “The Devil in the Dark”

Star Trek is an enormous and complex cultural entity whose impact on politics, technology, and storytelling are undeniable. For half a century, it has appealed to a vast and varied audience, and it means something a little different to each viewer. In this season of Read More …

Buddy Cops: Dead Heat (1988)

Each week in November, the Deadshirt crew is partnering up for a look at cinema’s defining Buddy Cop movies. In this installment, Mike Fiorilla and Dylan Roth are tasked with a piece of buddy cop esoterica: Mark Goldblatt’s 1988 film Dead Heat, in which in which two police pals go Read More …

A Blind Date with Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

In celebration of the Season of Terror, Deadshirt Editor Emeritus and horror film neophyte Dylan Roth asked Comics Editor Kayleigh Hearn to introduce him to one of her favorites. She selected the 1935 classic Bride of Frankenstein. How did it pan out? Kayleigh: Widely hailed as Read More …

Deadshirt is Watching: Every Kind of Fight

Deadshirt Is Watching…is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt staff, contributors, and guests sound off on the television shows we’re tuned into, from intense dramas to clever sitcoms to the most insane reality shows. This week: WWE Cruiserweight Classic, The Night of and The Get Down! Read More …