For everything we give the hipster population shit about, the process of 'hating cool stuff' seems to be the overarching value that's managed to transcend into a mainstream appeal. Hating stuff is cool I guess, but we can't help but like these things — even if you don't...
We're in Arrested Development lockdown this week, re-watching past seasons and re-acquainting ourselves with our Bluth family favorites and all their weird friends (Steve Holt!). One of our personal favorites, Gob "A Trick Is What A Cheap Whore Does" Bluth, has had a long and varied career as his alter ego, Will Arnett, who, even post-Amy Poehler split, we still hold dear in our hearts.
For a man who plays super uncool characters, David Cross is actually the coolest.
While George R.R. Martin probably has enough songs to make it possible, unfortunately HBO probably can’t afford to have a new song close every episode of Game of Thrones. And all the artists we wish to provide the real world with their interpretation of the mad beats of Westeros probably don’t have the time.
While that last scene of Game of Thrones neatly wound up some of the supernatural ideas left hanging in last season, the rest of the episode continued to focus on the ongoing political and social struggles our characters face.
Well, I feel like I just came out of a fever dream. What the hell was that? This week on Mad Men, everything was warped and creepy.
E!'s Alexis Neiers vehicle and abomination to all humankind, Pretty Wild, showed up on Netflix just in time to be our true life study guide to The Bling Ring. The show becomes more painful than enjoyable to watch around episode 2, so I’ve prepared a drinking game that takes full advantage of its strengths. Here are the rules...
So as far as we can understand, Zach Braff wants you to give him some money to make a movie he already has funding for. But what about some of the people using Kickstarter who actually need your money? We look into 5 of best projects seeking funding, including home-made rainbows and a very black stage adaption.