Fontina Turner serves up a House of Cards-inspired dinner.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle share their thoughts on Sunday's Oscar telecast, particularly Birdman's surprising success, Boyhood's lack of success and Sean Penn's douchiness. They also pay tribute to recently deceased comedy writer Harris Wittles, talk about falling down in the snow and do not one, but
After seeing her left out of the Academy Awards "In Memoriam," Molly Regan takes a moment to pay tribute to the late, great Joan Rivers.
The audio version of our interview with Archer and Rick and Morty's Chris Parnell.
The print version of our interview with Archer and Rick and Morty's Chris Parnell.
Kim Le takes a field trip to examine The Nutshell Studies, a series of tiny dollhouse crime scenes aimed at teaching forensic skills to aspiring homicide detectives.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss the Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary special. Also, Joel updates us all on The Slap, Lars tries to figure out how Dave Bautista became the hardest working man in Hollywood and Rex Anderson makes a guest appearance to read
Molly Regan reimagines Fifty Shades of Grey as the psychological thriller it was always meant to be.
Fifty Shades of Grey is by no means a good film. It is, however, a new ending away from being a fairly solid Lifetime Original Movie about an abusive, stalker boyfriend who tries to kill the young college girl he seduces. The film, which is based on
Fontina Turner shares a recipe for Doctor Who cookies for Valentine's Day.