While no one should be applauded for choosing to dust off the Terminator franchise for one more film, I do at least credit the powers that be for not simply hitting the reset button and giving us a complete remake. Instead, they choose the more challenging path
Fontina Turner shares a Rick and Morty-inspired recipe for Concentrated Dark Matter and gets into some hijinks with the Meeseeks.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are once again joined by Christopher Scarborough and Joe Taylor from The Curioso. The guys talk about Joel's recent trip to New York to perform in the Del Close Marathon (which included celebrity sightings, an intriguingly-decorated Air B&B and lots
Joel Murphy's nephew turns four today, so we revisit this column Murphy wrote when he was only a few days old.
Watch Lars Periwinkle act in a 48 Hour Film Project film.
Kim Le visits the International Museum of Surgical Science.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are joined by Dave LaSalle of the Baltimore Improv Group, who joins them to talk about the Baltimore Improv Festival. The guys talk about stage acting versus film acting, how they cope with the fear of death and
Molly Regan explains why it is important for white woman to make it clear alleged Charleston shooter Dylann Roof doesn't speak for them.
Joel Murphy presents the Jurassic World ending you didn't see in theaters.
In honor of Aqua Teen Hunger Force's final season, Fontina Turner explains how the main characters represent the stages of life and shares a recipe for the Broodwich.