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“You have three chances to guess the musician,” my dad called out from behind our car’s steering wheel. This was our special game. We...

Legends of Tomorrow is perhaps the biggest indication of how far the DC CW Universe has come. An interconnected network of shows that began...

For those of you unfamiliar with the book and now film Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, it’s fortunately one of the more descriptive titles...

It’s a series that’s been said to have one of the steepest learning curves in video game history. And now, FromSoftware and Bandai Namco...

In an era where the anime industry is swamped with shows that always seem to be set in a high school and pander to...

“One time I got really caffeinated and decided to write a breakup song,” Ben Thornewill quips before launching into “Made for Ending,” a jaunty...

Hailed, by The Times as potentially the "oddest work yet from ," and by Rolling Stone as his “best anti-pop masterpiece since the seventies,”...

The Finest Hours seems already prepared to be shoved in a lazy afternoon lineup on the Turner Classic Movies network. Now, understand I don’t...

Young adult literature has perhaps more influence today across media worlds than it ever has. The oft dystopian, always apocalyptic tint seems to speak...