Vault #1 takes its readers into a Sci-Fi space universe that is out of this this world.
Are you in the mood for a thinking man’s high-tech thriller? Then Nerve, and its timely cultural commentary at the height of Pokemon Go madness, might be what you are looking for. Vee Delmonico (Emma Roberts) feels pressure to put a little fun and risk into her life so she starts playing the new app […]
It was an unpredictable and unforgettable weekend in Detroit for indie-rock fans at this year’s Mo Pop Festival.
[dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen I first heard that Finch was set to release their album Back to Oblivion, I’d be lying if I said it didn’t bring me back to my days in high school when they first burst onto the alternative rock scene. It has been nine years since Finch released their last album and although their […]
[dropcap]M[/dropcap]arvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy hits theaters on Friday, but is already catching major buzz, and for good reason. While, clearly, it remains to be seen if it is the best film the legendary comic book imprint’s studio has ever produced — and if it can get the diehard fans flocking to theaters, giving the […]
This week’s episode of Inside Amy Schumer introduces us to ‘A Chick Who Can Hang’, which, as we all know, is ever guy’s fantasy girl. Keeping with the flow that the show has maintained into its second season, the episode features a combination of skits, stand up clips, on the street Q&As, and the one […]
Review of this week’s episode of Workaholics – WARNING: SPOILERS
Peter Jackson reminds us why he is the king of fantasy movies with The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. The general consensus for a film adaptation of a book, (an incredibly successful book, I might add) is a general “BOO” from the diehard fans, a “meh” from the regular fans, and a over-emphasized scoff from the critics.
Edgar Wright’s ‘The World’s End’ was released over the weekend, and boy was it a drunken, wild ride. The final film in Wright’s and Simon Pegg’s Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy is the perfect ending to a decade of British badassery.
There’s nothing like a cup of iced tea on a hot summer day. While many teas taste great served over ice, Celestial’s True Blueberry Herbal Tea is divine when chilled and slightly sweetened.