In The Shape of Water, Sally Hawkins plays a mute cleaning woman who falls in love with a magical fish man (Doug Jones) and promptly fulfills our pervy hopes and dreams by — spoilers, I guess? — consummating the relationship. Unfortunately for us pervs, we never get to see his, um, fish stick, and although Hawkins’ character cutely explains how his aquatic appendage works via a few hand signs, it leaves a lot to the imagination. Thanks to advances in technology and manufacturing, we don’t have to imagine what that dang ol’ dongle looks like because now there’s a sex toy.
Just last week author Mark Harris announced his latest project on twitter: a Netflix docuseries based on his book about Hollywood and World War II. Today Netflix has officially announced the project with the first trailer for a series cinephiles and history buffs will want to clear their calendars for.
I'm not sure how the 'Scary Stories' series were EVER allowed in elementary school libraries.
There was that one horrible story where a kid finds a toe stuck in the ground and the family puts it in soup and eats it and then is haunted by the body from which the toe came... what??
But anyway, those horrifying tales from our childhoods are now being made into a movie.