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Kristin Hunt is a writer and professional movie geek. She's previously worked on the digital teams at Thrillist and Maxim, but you can also find her byline on GQ, Nerve, and Paste.
In 1985, authorities in Georgia found the decomposing body of a black bear next to 40 ripped-open packages of cocaine. No substantial quantities of the drug remained. How it happened is a story for the ages.
"Carol of the Bells" was adapted from the Ukrainian composition “Shchedryk,” a New Year’s ballad that doubled as a cry for independence in the aftermath of World War I.
'The Wonder'—a new Netflix movie starring Florence Pugh and based on Emma Donoghue's book of the same name—isn't a true story. But it's rooted in real history.
In 1972, filmmaker Joyce Chopra welcomed her daughter into the world—and invited all the world to see in her groundbreaking documentary, 'Joyce at 34.'
Your drunk uncle has got nothing on an axe-wielding turkey, a gaggle of psychopathic Santas, or any other character you'll find in these holiday horror movies.
In 1973, Sacheen Littlefeather caused a national stir when she refused Marlon Brando’s Oscar for Best Actor in 'The Godfather.' Nearly 50 years later, the activist received a long overdue apology for the abuse and discrimination she endured.
Gina Prince-Bythewood's 'The Woman King' takes its cues from the very real Agojie warriors of West Africa.
Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest in an oak coffin designed for her more than 30 years ago, and it’s bound to weigh a ton, because it’s lined with lead.
The supernatural drama on 'Stranger Things' is practically endless, which has left plenty of room for wild speculation. Fortunately, fans have been only too happy to oblige—and share their theories online.
The Middle Ages may not have been crawling with ice zombies or dragons, but much of the HBO hit 'House of the Dragon'—and its predecessor, 'Game of Thrones'—is taken from real history.
The woman known as "Jane Roe" left an enormous mark on the nation’s political landscape—one that’s still at the fore a half-century later.
Ever wonder why we’ve never seen Ginger? Or why Bob talks to his food? Just ask the show's most dedicated viewers, who have concocted these 10 fascinating fan theories.