I’m a bird of simple pleasures, and toast just isn’t what it used to be.
Did democracy die yet?
Austin Butler is a great Elvis, but Tom Hanks is a disaster as Colonel Tom Parker.
John Carpenter’s 1984 Starman is one of the most intimate love stories of the 1980s.
Vistas are precious and few, though; much of these hills are occupied by private estates.
If Elvis faked his death to become his own impersonator, then art also imitates life in the afterlife.
Ambient panic and insanity as horrors pile up in our country.
If Nashville is a far cry from California, it’s also a far cry from Nashville.
As Dugin and Hinckley might agree, comics are now dirtier than comix.
Defending freedom at its outermost limits.
Visiting the ghosts that populate The Last Picture Show again and again and again.
When keeping it woke goes wrong.
For Omari Akhmedov, Olivier Aubin-Mercier, and others, the work of reinvention outside the UFC continues.
Remembering how Abe Sherman charmed Baltimore’s customers.
I can’t say I enjoyed the place, though it did give the feeling of being in a movie.
You can’t stay in the saddle if it’s not underneath you.
It’s fair to say this book is about power and unchained ambition.
Maryland’s Carroll County, that’s who.
It’s easier on the readers.
The philosophy department is where the discipline has gone to die.
You can hike a private trail to a secluded beach where seals and otters surf the breakers.
Reflections on the latest fight of the century.
Bowing out at a strong moment for pro-Russians.
A feature film written and directed by the late, great Mitch Hedberg.
A live cover from November 11, 1997.
Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert on late night television just a couple of years before the former's untimely death.
The band has reunited with a surprise new single and accompanying music video.
A long interview with the director in between the release of Gangs of New York and The Aviator.
Peter Bogdanovich, Timothy Bottoms, Cybill Shepherd, Eileen Brennan, and Cloris Leachman reminisce in 2011.
Black Alliance For Peace's Jemima Pierre and Peter James Hudson react to Biden's Summit of the Americas and new press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
Interviewed by Bobbie Wygant about her role as Jessie in the popular Pixar film.
The late singer's recording of the vocal version of the Twin Peaks theme song.
John Landis, John Carpenter, and David Cronenberg talk about the rise of horror and suspense cinema in the early 1980s.
Interviewed by Tim Rice as part of a promo package for McCartney II.