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COVID-19 Turned The Platform From Fiction to Fact

It’s a strange time, across the world right now. COVID-19, a form of the Coronavirus, is wrecking havoc on the populace, both from a health standpoint and in its economic impact. People are succumbing to the virus at an alarming… Continue Reading →

Time Traveling Via Eating History

Per Matt It seems that time travel is actually real! A new television series, Eating History, actually takes viewers back in time as the two hosts attempt to eat the oldest and most shocking foods, drinks and condiments that are… Continue Reading →

Twisting Halloween with the Food Network

Holidays have become incredibly commercialized in the United States — shocking admission, I know. On the flip side, when I visited Europe 19 years ago during Christmastime, I was incredibly underwhelmed with the decorations and festivities. So, it should come… Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad, The Hungry

Per Matt What better way to celebrate Independence Day than with a hot dog-eating competition documentary?

The Bad Batch is Star-Powered, ’70s-Style Horror

Watching The Bad Batch, I wondered to myself, “Someone funded this film who must have been friends with Jim Carrey, Jason Momoa, Keanu Reeves and Giovanni Ribisi. They must have gone up to the guys and said something like, “Hey, did you… Continue Reading →

Binge-Watching Master

“Whoa, so you’re like the “Winter Soldier?” Aziz Ansari’s character, Dev, asks his hot date, after she remarks how much metal is in arm after surgery from a car accident. “Who’s that?” she asks, and he launches into a long-winded… Continue Reading →

The Santa Clarita Diet is Delicious

Last Friday, I sat and watched the entire series of The Santa Clarita Diet, all in one glorious sitting. It’s probably the best family, horror, Zombie, dark comedy I have ever seen. I mean, it’s also the only one I… Continue Reading →

Mars Orbits Being an Outer-Space Soap Opera

“Space is defined by the strange relationship between failure, risk and innovation.” That self-describing quote is the basis for the global event series, Mars, which airs on the National Geographic Channel.

There’s No Party Quite Like Sausage Party!

Per Matt In terms of concept, Sausage Party isn’t the most bizarre movie of all time, but it is unique. And that’s saying something for this film by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and all their friends, which is being labeled… Continue Reading →

Beer With a Brewmaster: Jared Rouben

Per Matt One of the biggest trends within the craft-beer industry is the creation of culinary beers. Executive chefs previously primarily opened restaurants, but now they are opening brewpubs, as well. The collision of the culinary and beverage industries has produced Moody Tongue Brewing Company,… Continue Reading →

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