When Comedy Central advertised the 22nd season of South Park, it included the hashtag #cancelsouthpark. Was this a marketing ploy? A way to troll their fans? A cry for help from the show’s longtime creators? Or a preemptive strike against… Continue Reading →
I am not sure why Mother! has been marketed the way that is has, perhaps simply because they had no idea how to market the film. Actually, I’m not even sure how this movie got made. It almost felt like… Continue Reading →
Two of my favorite people in the mainstream of American culture are Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson and Seth MacFarlane. I have had the pleasure of speaking briefly with each of them and admire them both immensely.
A-listers and long-time friends Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have come a long way since Good Will Hunting. Their latest roles have both been part of huge movie franchises. Affleck’s portrayal of Batman was his first take on the bankable… Continue Reading →
Per Matt “No matter what we do, it’s too late to stop unnatural disasters. All we can do is survive them.” Just in time for Shark Week, I received my copy of How to Survive a Sharknado. Not a moment… Continue Reading →
As a promotional tool, Star Trek: Secrets of the Universe will whet the appetites for sci-fi fans to see the latest Star Trek movie. Scientists, professors and writers discuss the latest theories of science to factually prove certain points of… Continue Reading →