20 Metatextuality and The Monkees from How The Monkees Changed Television

In this metatextuality world, they weren’t — The Monkees weren’t the first ones to do it. We can go back to George Burns and Jack Benny and they talked directly to the screen. George would be having a problem with Gracie then he would walk into his study and look right at you and say “Well, what’s Gracie […]

21 More Metatextuality and The Monkees from How The Monkees Changed Television

In this episode, which I’m sorry the still is dark, that’s Micky and he’s confronting the werewolf and the first thing he says to the werewolf is, “You know they won’t et you into Disneyland with hair that long.” Because at the time Disneyland had a dress policy and men with long hair were not allowed in the […]

Divinity Original Sin 2: Breaking the Fourth Wall | Mini-Read

Divinity: Original Sin 2 from 2017 gets almost every single thing right— —and the game itself is very aware of that. The introduction, which will take you anywhere from five to twenty hours by the way, takes the player from imprisonment to freedom and concludes with the claim, in no uncertain terms, that they are in for something […]

What is the Fourth Wall? The Best Examples of Breaking the Fourth Wall #breakthefourthwall

“Wha- oh. Oh,hello.” Today, we’re going to break down a wall. Specifically – The Fourth Wall. Let’s get started. So what is the fourth wall? It refers to an imaginary wall that separates the story from the real world. “- What the hell am I looking at? When does this happen in the movie? – Now.” And you […]