'Batman: The Movie' Is the OG of the DC Brand

Stephen Hamilton
in Entertainment

In 1966, Batman made his big-screen debut in the the comic-book genre, Batman: The Movie. But what special quality of the masked crusader endeared him to the American public? Taking a closer look at t...

Movie Review: I Called Him Morgan

Kenneth Gerard
in Entertainment

Rock ’n’ roll makes a pretty flashy claim on the title when it comes to live-fast, die-young stars, to the point that they’re sortable by age, with 27 alone accounting for the losses of Jimi, Jim, Jan...

Must-Listen Podcasts To Match Your Vibe

Kat Walcott
in Entertainment

March 2017 has been coined as "Trypod Month," where podcast fans are encouraged to introduce their favorite podcasts, and just the idea of podcasts in general, to friends and family. Earlier in the mo...

Beyond Toxie, Five Troma Movies You Need to Watch

Stephen Hamilton
in Entertainment

Troma Entertainment has had the market cornered on low-budget, schlocky, but incredibly fun films dating back to 1974. Countless actors, writers, and directors can trace their career paths to Troma, f...

Joss Whedon Plans Batgirl's Big Screen Adventure

Jacob Elyachar
in Entertainment

Pop culture phenom and director Joss Whedon is about to enter the DC Extended Universe. Multiple news outlets such as Entertainment Weekly, IGN, and Newsarama have revealed that the Marvel’s Avengers ...

Audrey Hepburn Succumbs to Charade as the Age of Cary Grants' Movies Come to an End

Rich Monetti
in Entertainment

In 2017, as Netflix or your DVD aligns its digits to the opening of "Charade," the 1963 film gives off a sense that the world is in the midst of an identity crisis that ties to the end of an era for C...

Woody Allen Finds Himself and the Roaring 20s in Zelig

Rich Monetti
in Entertainment

Who else but Woody Allen himself could insert himself into Nazi archival footage, cause a ruckus to get the attention of a girl he loves and then get a laugh while Adolf Hitler rants on world dominati...

'Matthews' Sheds Light on English Football Star's Coaching during Apartheid in South Africa

Rich Monetti
in Entertainment

Babe Ruth swung for the fences in the 1920s, and America crowned him the Sultan of Swat. In England, Stanley Matthews compares at the same cultural magnitude, and one upped the Bambino’s royalty by be...

Who's Tougher Than Samuel L Jackson?

Anthony Gramuglia
in Entertainment

Samuel L Jackson has made a career being an absolute badass who can tough it out with the best of them. This guy shows up, you know that everyone else around him is going to have to live up to his sta...

Best Graphic Novels Ever Written

Patricia Sarkar
in Buyer's Guide

The graphic novel as we know it started as the comic boom medium elevated to a new level near the start of the 1980s. Starting as just longer comics, the graphic novels emerging around this time set t...

Blac Chyna Goes Off On Tyga

Christina St-Jean
in Entertainment

It would seem that Blac Chyna is generating some of her own image problems. The American model and entrepreneur made a name for herself for her multiple appearances in hip hop videos and is still refe...