This week’s Mysteries in Media examines the nature of evil and addiction in two songs.
The stand-alone sequel to ‘Big Fat Liar’ is awful, terrible, and hideous in its quest to ruin the memories of a perfectly good movie.
From Barack’s Boys, to Amber Alerts, Asinine does not pull punches as it tackles a slew of subjects to elicit laughs and levity.
Dozens of movies are hitting theaters this summer, but here are the ones to look out for.
This week’s Mysteries in Media focuses on the ending of ‘The Lobster’ and the meaning of ‘Coconut.’
Sandler’s new movie ‘Sandy Wexler’ consists of the usual tired clichés and annoying characters.
‘Rock and a Hard Place’ focuses on the Miami-Dade Correctional Boot Camp and its goal of second chances for criminals.
Lynnea Bolin has built a sizeable following on her outdoorsy Instagram account.
In the first volume of the Mysteries in Media series, Assoc. Editor Schick explores what Meat Loaf won’t do for love and who Carly Simon thinks is so vain.
‘The Boss Baby’ provides lots of laughs, a few tears, and plenty of interesting themes in an adorably professional package.