One particularly religious manager is in hot water after following the Old Testament to the letter, smiting his entire staff for turning up on the Sabbath.
Jesse Valencia imagines a Star Wars universe where “Shadows of the Empire” exists and is a standalone film. This is Valencia’s proposal to the Lucasfilm Story Group and his bid to be the one who writes it.
In Extremist Movie Debate, true feelings about the movie do not matter. A coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. This episode? A Double Feature: The Room & The Disaster Artist
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Soft Invasions by James Reich. (Anti-Oedipus Press)
The name Beethoven has stood for centuries, but the man’s life and the challenges he overcame are as towering as the symphonies he constructed.
After a recent study proved the connection between dog ownership and longer life, one can naturally assume that the path to immortality is paved with doggos. Right?
In Extremist Movie Debate, Garick and Joe’s true feelings about the movie do not matter. They flip a coin to decide who loves it and who hates it. This episode? Miss Congeniality
Ever wondered why bidding spools out of control at an auction? Well, science has opened the mental bidding. I’m sold.
As we watch Zimbabwe tear itself apart, our extended history indicates that the worse things get, the better the art we produce becomes.