This week Fontina Turner hands the cooking duties over to David Lynch, who teaches us all how to make quinoa.
Joel Murphy realizes some of you may be getting sick of Pharrell's "Happy," but he can't get enough of it.
Batman and Superman will battle Captain America at the box office. Aaron R. Davis wonders why they can't just get along.
Game of Thrones gives viewers what they've all been waiting for ... and it's glorious. Amanda Lowery recaps the action.
The boys pay tribute to John Pinette, discuss the cinematic Marvel universe and Lars reveals his creepy new painting.
We all loved Karen Gillan on Doctor Who, but she's ditching The Doctor and her Scottish accent for her cinematic debut.
This Sunday, AMC's prestige drama Mad Men begins its final season. (Well, technically, it begins the first half of the final season, with a second half coming next year.) To get you ready for the final stretch, Fontina Turner does what she does best - comes up
The cartel looks to put an end to Boyd Crowder while Raylan looks to put an end to Darryl Crowe (while somehow first clearing Kendal's name). Everything comes to a head on the final episode of season five. And the show gives us a sense of what
We all know that Goonies never say die. That's why it's no surprise that rumors of a Goonies 2 also refuse to die. Director Richard Donner added fuel to the fire recently by telling TMZ that a sequel was in the works. Aaron R. Davis shares
After Stephen Colbert got in all of that trouble on Twitter, you would think Joel Murphy would have learned to be more careful about what he says and does. However, this weekend he had his own moment of what he describes as "accidental racism" when he mistook