Drunken Office Christmas Party Cooking

Need some fun recipes to bring to your office’s holiday party? Zach and Chris cook up some Office Christmas Party-inspired treats infused with different alcohols guaranteed to turn up the spiciness for your festivities. Follow along with the video to learn how to make Grinch Jalapeno Poppers, Reindeer Snack Mix, and a Spiked Holiday Punch.

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Top 5 Amy Adams Movie Roles

Amy Adams is among the most versatile and widely lauded actors of her generation. From smaller roles in Catch Me If You Can and Talladega Nights to Oscar-nominated work in films like The Fighter and Enchanted, Adams has exhibited her dynamism in variety of parts and genres. With her return to theaters this weekend in Arrival, Zach felt implored to run down the Top 5 Amy Adams Movie Roles for MovieTickets.com’s MovieMob while attempting to determine what qualities define a great Amy Adams performance.

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Zach I Gotta Ask Q&A 2

Zach’s back answering more #ZachIGottaAsk questions submitted through Twitter for the MovieMob! Check out the answers to more fan-submitted movie questions including… What movies playing the New York Film Festival is Zach most excited to see? Will the 120 fps 3D showcased in Billy Lynn‘s Long Halftime Walk be the future of films? How should films fans react to the release of The Birth of a Nation given the rape allegations made against the filmmaker and star Nate Parker?

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8 Scariest Rooms in Horror

Starring Kate Blanchett as a mother who unleashes horrors from the attic of her family’s new home, The Disappointments Room lands in theaters this weekend to give audiences a new reason to be afraid of dark attics. Given the potential for terror hidden behind a door in this new film from director DJ Caruso, Zach decided to count down the 8 Scariest Rooms in Horror Flims (aka DON’T GO IN THERE!!) for MovieTickets.com’s MovieMob. Which James Wan, Wes Craven, and Stanley Kubrick nightmarish visions landed on the list?

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In Defense of Remakes

With Ghostbusters, The Magnificent Seven, Pete’s Dragon and more all in theaters this summer, anti-remake rhetoric is at a fever pitch; however, many outraged film fans overlook not only the tangible benefits that a remake provides to fans of the older iterations, but the historical legacy of remakes as a form of re-interpreting a story with more modern context. In this MovieMob feature, Zach defends the concept of Hollywood remakes good and bad, while arguing for the sociological understanding that can be gained by holding remakes side-by-side with one another.

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No Wire Hangers: Best Bad Moms in Movies

Bad Moms is set to hit theaters this weekend, but bad mothering has been the crux of many memorable films. From neglectful moms in comedic favorites to the abusive monsters in horror classics, these are the moms that will make you thankful for your own parents (and when was the last time you called your mom, anyway?). In honor of the campy cult classic Mommie Dearest, Zach assembles the “No Wire Hangers” list of the Best Bad Moms in Movies for MovieTickets.com’s MovieMob.

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Zach I Gotta Ask! Q&A

It’s Q&A time on MovieMob! Zach answers #ZachIGottaAsk questions from Twitter. Should I be interested in Jason Bourne? Will Scarlet Johansson play a Japanese character in Ghost in the Shell? Am I allowed to like Birdman again? These questions and more in Zach’s latest video for MovieTickets.com.

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