In the wake of Sunday's Walking Dead, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about the distinction between showrunners misdirecting fans and openly lying to them at panels. They also talk about personalized Star Wars and Marvel action figures and Michael Crichton, the creator of Jurassic Park and
Tony Marion argues that the best way to see more diversity in films and television is for people to make their own content with their unique points of view.
Bob Dylan was recently awarded a Nobel Prize for “having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.” Many have praised the move, including the former poet laureate Andrew Motion, who said the accolade was “a wonderful acknowledgement of Dylan’s genius. For 50 and some
The audio version of our interview with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Vincent Rodriguez III. We talk about his struggles to convince his father that acting was a "real job," his use of Tupac's "Thugz Mansion" in his audition for Josh Chan and his thoughts on whether or not Rebecca
In the thrilling conclusion of Tony Marion's "Home Invasion" saga, things take an unexpected turn.
We talk to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Vincent Rodriguez III about his struggles to convince his father that acting was a "real job," his use of Tupac's "Thugz Mansion" in his audition for Josh Chan and his thoughts on whether or not Rebecca and Josh should be together.
In honor of pregnancy and infant loss awareness month, we asked a mother to share her experiences with grief and loss, in her own words.
While some sites have been combing trough Ken Bone's Reddit comments to paint him in the worst light possible, Joel Murphy found a few wonderful ones that are being ignored, like his kind words to a sexual assault survivor.
Lars Periwinkle is a bit concerned about his good buddy Joel Murphy. It seems he recently got a text from Joel that he was watching Gladiator, a movie they both have mocked endlessly for its inexplicable Best Picture win. They also talk about the rise of debate
Tony Marion takes a look at the other guy in Trump's infamous 2005 video, Billy Bush. It seems Bush has a history of saying unsavory things on camera.