Is Matthew McConaughey Right For Randall Flagg? 1

Is Matthew McConaughey Right For Randall Flagg?
Article by Schyler Martin When asked about my favorite book, my response is always the same. “The Stand by Stephen King,” I say, with pride. The Stand is my favorite book ever. No question. The Stand’s got it all. A realistic and terrifying apocalypse, complex religious undertones about the struggle between good and evil, a ...

Gotham Fox TV Series Live Blog

By Jesse Wojdylo Season 1, Episode 10 – LoveCraft – November 24th, 2014 8:59 – The mid season finale ends with Jim Gordon walking into Arkham Asylum. We will have to wait under January to find out what happens. Dammit. I will update this page with a show by show live blog when the series comes ...

2014 AMAs Live Blog 1

By Jesse Wojdylo 10:58 – The night ends with Jennifer Lopez shaking her “Big Booty” on stage. 10:55 – Not gonna lie, J.Lo looks unreal for her age; she is 45. Iggy Azalea is 24. 10:54 – We are going to see the grand finale with Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Lopez with “Booty”. This should ...

Worst Shows to Binge Watch 2

Worst Shows to Binge Watch
Article by Kelsey Weekman My dear colleague Rachel wrote her recommendations of shows to binge-watch, and I have taken it upon myself to save you all from The Bad. Binge-watching TV is an activity that I typically endorse, but sometimes, shows are just too emotionally taxing. Or boring. (Finally, a topic that combines emotions and ...

“Whiplash” Movie Review

Article by Schyler Martin It’s hard to believe that a jazz drama with only two major characters could be one of the tensest, most exciting films of the year, but that is unquestionably the case with director Damien Chazelle’s Whiplash. When Andrew Neyman, a driven and ambitious 19-year-old music student, joins Terence Fletcher’s prestigious jazz ...

“Revival” – Stephen King Book Review and Adaptation Possibilities 1

Article by Schyler Martin “In one way, our lives really are like movies,” Stephen King writes in the opening line of his new book, the electrifying slow-burner, Revival. There are main characters, secondary characters, extras, and sometimes, a fifth business, a term that King explains as a significant character outside of the usual framework. We ...

Best Shows to Binge-Watch 3

Best Shows to Binge-Watch
Article by Rachel Schmitt   Whether you want to admit it or not, we’re all guilty of binge-watching television shows — critically acclaimed cable hits and  trashy train wrecks alike. Following some pretty extensive research involving lots of science and math, I’ve created a guide to  all the shows you need to watch in your ...

So Over “Selfie” 1

So Over
Article by Rachel Schmitt Where do I even begin? When I first heard that there was a show in development that was based off of Pygmalion (or My Fair Lady, to us less cultured individuals), I was excited. After all, I’m one of many who believe that Audrey Hepburn’s performance in My Fair Lady is a true ...

A Brand New Award Show 1

A Brand New Award Show
Article by Kelsey Weekman The Emmy’s and the VMA’s were…well. They were two weeks ago. I’m kind of late, but in my defense, I was recovering. I was recovering from the fact that who I wanted to win did not win. (Okay, I’m just talking about the Emmys. Honestly, I don’t even know who won ...

“How I Met Your Mother’s” Ending That Should Have Been 3

“How I Met Your Mother’s” alternate ending has surfaced… and it is completely perfect. It’s so perfect, in fact, that it makes me love this show again. I’ve been mad at “How I Met Your Mother” since the show aired its crappy finale. Immediately after the episode aired, I wrote a ranty, passionate, terribly angry ...