Aaron R. Davis writes a column saying what he couldn't say to his father yesterday at the lake.
I have to admit that after last week’s episode of The Leftovers – which narrowed its scope to focus on the character of Reverend Matt Jamison – I was skeptical about what this week’s episode would deliver. Then the opening scene happened, and within minutes of no
Sex Tape centers around a married couple who film themselves in flagrante one night, then accidentally upload the video “to the cloud,” sending it out to all of their friends and coworkers. They are worried that, if they see it, the people in their lives will never
Joel Murphy explains why he doesn't like the new female Thor ... and it's not the reason you think.
Joel Murphy and Lars discuss "Weird Al" Yankovic's epic career, which has spanned their entire lives. They also discuss a few interesting Kickstarter projects, including the infamous potato salad guy and a company looking to make a Fitbit for kegel exercises.
Aaron R. Davis has a few random thoughts he'd like to share with the class.
Over the first two episode of HBO’s The Leftovers, we’ve been introduced to multiple characters working within separate and somewhat seemingly disjointed storylines. I would never expect a show’s arc to become overwhelming clear this early on, but with only 10 episodes, the shift in the show’s
The challenge for prequels is that the ending is always a forgone conclusion. It can rob the film of dramatic tension if the audience already knows the ultimate outcome. This could potentially be challenging for a film like Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Chances are,
In the spirit of the San Diego Comic-Con, Fontina Turner offers a "Con Exclusive" variant of her "It's Always Yummy in Philadelphia" pretzel strata.
Joel Murphy tries to figure out why Michael Bay seems content to make unsatisfying schlock like Transformers: Age of Extinction when he has enough power to make better films.