Fontina Turner shares a Wet Hot American Summer themed recipe.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss Rudd's delightful quirkiness, his Ant-Man co-star Michael Douglas' bizarre claim for how he got cancer and Michael Peña's "breakout role." They also share their thoughts on the announced Killing Joke animated film and Judy Greer's summer of playing moms.
Molly Regan looks at Shia LaBeouf's troubling argument with his girlfriend.
After watching Paper Towns, Joel Murphy and Molly Regan take a shot at what they think John Green's An Abundance of Katherines is about.
If you’ve ever seen a boxing movie (or an underdog story in general), you can see every story beat coming in Southpaw from a mile away. The story feels like a lazy man’s Rocky III. It follows Billy “The Great” Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal), an undefeated championship boxer
The film’s title, Paper Towns, refers to a trick used by cartographers to prevent other mapmakers from copying their hard work. The cartographers would create fake towns – a.k.a. “paper towns” – so that if those faux cities popped up on someone else’s map, they’d know they
Kim Le recaps her 36-hour stretch at Artscape, America's largest free arts festival, which happened this past weekend in Baltimore. America's largest free arts festival, attracting 350,000+ attendees over three days
The audio version of our chat with Rick and Morty's Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland.
After D.L. Hughley's recent attack of Caitlyn Jenner, Molly Regan comes out with another helpful guide to set the misguided comedian straight.
We talked to Justin Roiland last year about season one of Rick and Morty, so with season two rapidly approaching, we caught back up with him and Dan Harmon to talk new character combinations, the trouble with clearing DMX songs and the unique experience of attending Comic-Con.