Pop culture obsessives writing for the pop culture obsessed.

Advertisement

51 min ago
Save
View on Kinja Roundup
1 hr ago
Save

Chance The Snapper, Chicago’s favorite carnivorous reptile, has been found. After spending about a week swimming around the Humboldt Park Lagoon, evading all efforts to catch him, the alligator’s Ferris Buellerian time off from the daily grind was brought to an end last night by an animal control expert named Frank

Advertisement

2 hrs ago
4
View on Kinja Deals | The Inventory
View on Kinja Deals | The Inventory
Corey Foster
Shep McAllister
Chelsea Stone
and 2 more
4

Amazon Prime Day is officially here! We’re updating this page to help navigate you through the avalanche of deals

2 hrs ago
Save
Newswire
Shared from News
Newswire
Shared from News

The forthcoming documentary Love, Antosha, which will debut August 2 in Los Angeles and August 9 in New York, will take an intimate look at Anton Yelchin’s journal, photography, and professional life via conversations with some of his former colleagues. Directed by former editor Garret Price, the film will also

2 hrs ago
Save
TV ReviewsPre-Air
Shared from TV Club
B
TV ReviewsPre-Air
Shared from TV Club

There’s plenty to admire about Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein, not the least of which is its brevity. Netflix, after all, is a great offender in the “too much content” era in which we live—they gave 13 episodes to an adaptation of Green Eggs And Ham, for Christ’s sake—and we wouldn’t be surprised if

2 hrs ago
Save

In the very first episode of UnREAL, the Lifetime series created by a former Bachelor producer that explored a fictional reality series called Everlasting, a producer gets in trouble for letting the “suitor” get rid of the season’s “villain.” Without that necessary tension, the show has no drama to wrap its season

Advertisement

10:20 AM
Save
Newswire
Shared from News
Newswire
Shared from News

More than two years since it first aired, a graphic three-minute scene from Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why will be edited for content, THR reports. Though the series has sparked plenty of tough conversations about teen suicide since first debuting, it’s also drawn criticism for framing such intense content through a YA

7:00 AM
1

For a generation of children, the sight of lion prince Simba watching his father, Mufasa, die in a wildebeest stampede in 1994’s The Lion King represented a first encounter with mortality. Disney’s animators render the moment with a terrible poignancy that can stay with a person for the rest of their life. Mufasa

Advertisement

7/15/19
11:10 PM
Save
TV ReviewsLegion
Shared from TV Club
A-
TV ReviewsLegion
Shared from TV Club

David Haller’s veneer of faux-enlightenment is wearing awfully thin. “Be nice, or I can’t be nice,” he gently threatens Lenny, after she pushes him to get riled up. All his high-minded talk is slowly revealing itself as just that—talk. He can preach love and kindness all he wants, and give his followers all the mental

Advertisement

7/15/19
10:50 PM
Save
Newswire
Shared from News
Newswire
Shared from News

According to Variety, Lakeith Stanfield (best known for Atlanta and Sorry To Bother You, though he’s been everywhere lately) is set to star in a movie adaptation of Notes From A Young Black Chef, the memoir written by former Top Chef contestant—and celebrated American-Nigerian chef—Kwame Onwuachi. The film will be

7/15/19
10:30 PM
Save
TV ReviewsDivorce
Shared from TV Club
A
TV ReviewsDivorce
Shared from TV Club

Divorce is one of those shows that has flown under the radar a bit, which is a shame. Especially since I doubt that even this particular episode will get the traction it deserves. If you’re just clicking on this review because you’re curious about the “A” rating, go find it on HBO Go or something and watch it, I beg

Advertisement

Advertisement