Turns out the only thing grosser than the food is how the commercials are made.
We spoke to Beth, a bisexual woman, and Jon, a bisexual man about their experiences being switch-hitters in a world that doesn't make much of an effort to understand them.
At some point reality overtook fiction and began making way cooler gadgets than apparently any filmmaker could conceive.
The recent tragedy in Charleston, SC sparked, among other things, another flurry of debate in what appears to be our new twisted national pastime: arguing about guns.
Constanzas exist, and we've found these despicable liars who fooled the entire world into bigger ruses than Vandelay Industries.
As we speak, broadcast signals are moving invisibly through the air all around you, from millions of sources. And some of them are really, really freaking weird. Where do these signals come from? Who the hell knows?
They're boring. They're stupid. They're useless. They are an absolute waste of time ... but, they're impossible to look away from.
In a movie, an act of kindness gets repaid before the third act is through. In real life? Eh, not so much.
We talked to one of the guys who cranks out erotic fiction by the truckload for sale on Amazon, making a nice living in the process. This is what we learned.
As superhero movies get more and more faithful to the source material, masks are starting to get neglected.
The recent tragedy in Charleston, SC sparked, among other things, another flurry of debate in what a...
How did no one notice these were incredibly whiny?
Sometimes you just can't forgive a monkey movie.
We'll get far more attention when we're dead.
It's not up to us to say whether something is or isn't art ... unless of course you're talking about the following projects.
Never be at a loss for words again, you uncultured heathen.
This particular theory pertains to two things that are very near and dear to me: Horror movies, and your genitalia.
I can't remember the last time anyone brought up free speech because they actually wanted to talk about free speech.