Category: Lists

My Favorite TV Shows of 2018, So Far

In the time it’s taken me to write this article I’ve missed the chance to start Picnic on Hanging Rang, get caught up on 12 Monkeys, finally get around to Luke Cage, or maybe give […]

My Favorite Films of 2018, So Far

“Um…” That’s the first word or filler sound to come out of the average person’s mouth when you ask them to name their favorite films of the year. It’s only natural – they have to […]

Ranking the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Post-Ant-Man and the Wasp

After the release of Thor: Ragnarok last year, I put forth my first ranking of every film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s time for an update now that Marvel’s busy 2018 is nearing its end.  […]

The Pop Culture That Made Me Happy Last Month: June 2018

June 2018 will always be the month I got to finally say this: I talked, face to face, with a director after the exclusive premiere of his new movie. In all the years I’ve been […]

Reflecting on Texas Frightmare 2018: A Survival Guide

I sat next to Jason Voorhees and lived to tell the tale. In fact, the dude politely waved at me. Of course, Jason’s not real. I’m simply describing one of the more memorable moments from […]

16 Burning Infinity War Questions, Answered By the Directors

Infinity Wars spoilers below. Duh. Wow. Just…wow. That didn’t go the way I expected. After all, who really could have seen Infinity War’s climactic group sing-a-long of “Aquarius” coming? I sure didn’t. Oh, and that Chris […]

13 Questions I Had After Avengers: Infinity War (Spoilers)

This post contains Avengers: Infinity War spoilers. We’ve spent months debating and theorizing over who would die in Infinity War. Turns out, the better question would have been to ask who lives because this time […]

What Pop Culture Was Like the Year the Marvel Cinematic Universe Started

2008 was a monumental year in human history. The American economy almost fell apart, threatening to take down the rest of the world with it. Barack Obama became the first black President of the United […]

Debunking Some of the Myths About the Making of the First Friday the 13th

“I look at Friday the 13th as, quite simply, a fun two weeks of work that happened more than thirty years ago.” That’s what Mark Nelson told author David Grove for his 2015 book On […]

Horror Debate: Which One’s Better – Hellraiser or Hellbound: Hellraiser II?

When Hellraiser came out in 1987, it drove a white hot nail through the head of the horror genre, pushing against the prevailing winds of the slashers and producing something far classier, imaginative, and mortifying. […]