The Queerty interview with HBO’s “Looking” stars tells all.
Rich Monetti reviews the latest Star Trek movie.
Then you’ll LOVE Snarky Puppy. Ken Hymes reviews here.
Jason Bourne is an alright sequel but can’t compare to the previous films I think Matt Damon is a great actor. I have really liked his portrayal of Jason Bourne with each film giving people more of an idea of his checkered past and who he really is. The Bourne films have also done pretty…
The pop duo used to rule the radio…so what happened?
I may as well be upfront about this… I am a HUGE fan of “South Park.” Although their political sensibilities don’t always align with my own (see: their global warming denialism), the nineteen existing seasons of “South Park” contain some of the sharpest and boldest social commentary ever aired on television. This was especially true last…
Bad Moms is a comedy about some moms who have finally had enough Just so everyone is clear, I am not a mom. Nor will I ever be one for that matter. So why would I like Bad Moms so much? Because it is original, clever and also very funny. Comedies come out all the time…
Maria Bamford’s new meta-comedy shatters every expectation of what it means to be a woman – here’s how.
Batman The Killing Joke is alright but not as good as I had hoped it would be I am a huge Batman fan. To this day I love Batman: The Animated series which introduced a new generation to Gotham City, its villains and a hero who did everything he could to save its citizens. I am also…
Don Klees remembers “The Twilight Zone” and highlights some of the better episodes.
Nerve pushes people to the limits of their fears for big cash money There are very few movies that come out like Nerve. The premise sounds simple and at first glance may not sound too exciting to you yet don’t judge it so quickly. There are many reasons to like this techno-thriller. I was able…
This is a must-see.
Read here an excerpt from Edmund de Waal’s book and watch an exclusive interview with him.
Scott Freiman shares a bit of the autobiography of Frank Zappa.
Let’s get goosed.