Harry Knowles has stepped down from Ain't It Cool News amidst accusations he sexually-assaulted women at screenings. Tony Marion is glad to see him go, not just for his abhorrent behavior, but also because he's a lousy critic.
We recently talked to writer/director Peter Landesman and Liam Neeson about their new film, Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House, at an intimate press conference held this past week in Los Angeles. Today we bring you the audio from that press conference.
Tony Marion attempts to explain freedom of expression to the President, who has called for a ban of the NFL for allowing its players to exercise it.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle remember two icons who passed away recently - Harry Dean Stanton and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. Both were legends in their industries who will be missed. They dynamic duo share their thoughts on both tremendous careers. They also talk about Red Sparrow,
As the name implies, September 19th is a day you are given free reign to talk like a buccaneer, sprinkling as many "Arrrs" and references to scurvy as you can into casual conversation. In 2007, we tracked down the creators of International Talk Like A Pirate Day
Tony Marion writes an open letter to Dick Wolf to ask him to stop trying to force Natalie Manning and Will Halstead's romantic relationship on Chicago Med.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle remember actor Frank Vincent. Also, the guys comment on Ted Cruz liking porn on Twitter and Lars defends Guy Fieri and tells you why you should know Alfre Woodard.
Joel Murphy has a few petty gripes with the entertainment industry this week. He and Lars Periwinkle also pay tribute to Batman: The Animated Series, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this week, talk about diversity casting in superhero films and share Donald Trump's bizarre demand of any
Tony Marion offers Warner Bros. a better pitch than their all-female Lord of the Flies film in this week's column.
BoJack Horseman pretends to be a "Ronald Trunk" supporter in order to work with Hollywood director "Mel Gibbons" and Todd and Character Actress Margot Martindale team up to pickpocket tourists in Joel Murphy's spec script.