It’s the streaming generation’s most enduring problem: there’s too much to watch, so there’s nothing to watch. Is it time for something drastic?
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer thought he could win a court case against Twisted Sister, defending himself by suggesting that he was just doing what all artists do.
It has been 53 years since the infamous massacre at Mỹ Lai, yet the manner that it was accepted by the public still serves as a lesson today.
In 2019, the leaders of the free world have promised action over the Amazon blaze, and have donated 0.000006% of their net wealth to save it.
While the presidential debate devolved into ear-splitting nonsense, Kamala Harris versus Mike Pence was a refreshing exercise in clarity.
I’ve witnessed the phenomena of smart people engrossed in stupid television firsthand. But I’m still unsure why. Help me out?
Speaking for the “binge-watch” generation, unlike previous social movements built around drug culture, our high will never end. Forever new, forever solitary.
Have you ever wondered what American Football, more specifically the Super Bowl, looks like to the rest of the world? Wonder no more.
During a YouTube binge, I discovered something. Al from Home Improvement is the man I should have been. I should have taken his lessons on board, instead of laughing at him.
Joaquin’s Joker is an ugly, purposeless film, one that attempts to take us through the transformation into pure evil, but comes up well short.