Despite the general consensus that modern horror movies aren’t nearly as good as the classics, 2015 was an absolutely fantastic year for the genre.
Back in 1983, Star Wars fanatics everywhere lined up for Return of the Jedi, their expectations through the roof for the next installment in the series. It was a satisfying sequel overall, but one element rubbed a lot of people the wrong way: the repetition of the Death Star storyline.
With the exact same running time as one of the year’s biggest movies, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies manages to be just as relentlessly entertaining.
As we count down the days until Star Wars returns to theaters, it’s difficult not to flash back to 1999 when we all felt this same anticipation for The Phantom Menace.
Nathan Fielder’s Comedy Central series Nathan For You has quietly become one of the best shows on television, and its wildly ambitious third season was nothing short of remarkable.
As we get older, Christmas can become an increasingly bleak time of year.
The Muppets’ return to television has not exactly been ideal.
If you want to watch a group of people wrapped up in some seriously juicy drama, you don’t need a cable subscription anymore: the next generation of reality TV is hiding on Twitch.
Some pretty controversial television episodes have been broadcast over the years, but the most provocative ones have been so well hidden that you’ve likely never once laid eyes on them.