Ross Blanchard reveals how he trolled the Bundy militia using Twitter with his satirical “Malheur Diary” about a fictitious, unwitting character inside the Malheur Refuge.
After witnessing Macaulay Culkin’s virtuoso performance as Kevin McCallister in the series :DRYVRS, Jordan King-Lacroix is left trying to figure his genius.
Tom Sizemore returns to form in new film Durant’s Never Closes.
The Revenant has stunning cinematography and is one of this season’s best films, but the story is wanting and Leo’s performance feels like a desperate Oscar plea.
After fielding a question from a friend about the Instagram account “Hot Dudes Reading,” Victoria Cotman explains the concept of the male unicorn.
Metallica fan Timothy Cootes delves into their new biography, only to discover the pages are soaked in triumphant hubris. Sad but true …
When Jordan King-Lacroix went shopping with his girlfriend for Star Wars apparel at UNIQLO, he was staggered to find archaic sexist marketing in place.
Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell mine comedy gold in Daddy’s Home, film review by Jesse Valencia.
Stefanie Histed lists her top eight men’s body washes of 2015, classifies the fragrance profiles for each, and examines the science behind their douchey names.