Food-wine pairings “a lot of bullshit,” declares renowned wine expert

There are 378 Masters Of Wine in the world (which is different from a Master Sommelier). Total. Tim Hanni is one of those 378 people, and one of the first two resident Americans to complete the rigorous exam required to earn the title. In short, he knows his stuff, and I am confident he’d be cool with that colorful…

Conner O’Malley tries his hand at Leno's "Jay Walking" and ends up in hell

It’s been just over five years since Jay Leno left The Tonight Show (for the second time), and, while the field of late-night hosts has never been more crowded, there still isn’t an obvious successor to Leno’s particular brand of observational dad humor. However, there is Conner O’Malley. The former Late Night With…

Weezer drop new two Black Album tracks, share Mr. Rogers-themed music video

Fresh off their Finn Wolfhard-starring video for a-ha’s “Take On Me,” Weezer are back with a pair of original songs from their forthcoming Black Album, which is slated for release on March 1. They follow previous singles “Can’t Knock The Hustle” and “Zombie Bastards,” the latter of which was actually kinda good.

Pick Up a SteelSeries Rival 310 Gaming Mouse For Just $40 Today

SteelSeries consistently makes terrific gaming gear, and this discounted Rival 310 Gaming mouse is no exception. It offers everything you could want for gaming, including an adjustable sensor that goes up to 12,000 DPI, 16.8 million color backlighting (obviously), and programmable settings that are saved directly to…

For a subtler tale of friendship on the road, let Green Book guide you to The End Of The Tour

Watch This offers movie recommendations inspired by new releases or premieres, or occasionally our own inscrutable whims. With the Academy Awards right around the corner, we’re suggesting the perfect pairings for this year’s Best Picture nominees—movies to watch with, or instead of, each of them.

The 1975 call out music industry sexism in BRIT Awards acceptance speech

As the post-#MeToo world evolves, it’s never been more important for allies to use their platforms to spread messages of support. Last night, British pop rock group The 1975 did just that when they called out the systemic sexism of the music industry while accepting their BRIT Award for Best British Group.

Ugh, Guy Ritchie's Toff Guys isn't called Toff Guys anymore

Guy Ritchie can’t always be relied upon to make the smart decision. Following Snatch with Swept Away? Bad move. King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword? Woof. Will Smith’s very blue, very CGI Genie? We’re still nightmaring about it. But calling his new movie—one starring Matthew McConaughey, Colin Farrell, and Charlie Hunnam…

The Haunting Of Hill House is taking on The Turn Of The Screw for its second season

Netflix’s The Haunting Of Hill House was a big hit that was full of secret and not-so-secret ghosts, but just as series creator Mike Flanagan teased a while back, its second season won’t be continuing the spooky adventures of the Crain family and the eponymous Hill House. Now, though, we not only know the name of the…

Jordan Peele's The Twilight Zone goes meta in creepy new trailer

We knew that Jordan Peele’s reboot of The Twilight Zone would remake some of the original series’ most iconic entries, but don’t expect faithful adaptations. As the above trailer makes clear, at least one of the anthology series’ most famous episodes—“Nightmare At 20,000 Feet”—will veer off course. Sure, we catch…

The cast of The Unicorn talk sexual dysfunction

Robert Schwartzman’s new film The Unicorn follows Caleb and Malory, a young, engaged couple who, upon discovering that Malory’s parents have threesomes all the time, set out to find a third of their own. In honor of its release on VOD, we sat down with Schwartzman, Lauren Lapkus, Nick Rutherford, and Lucy Hale to talk…

Paul Feig defends Jason Reitman after seemingly sexist Ghostbusters comments

Everything about Jason Reitman’s new Ghostbusters movie has felt a little gross, particularly since Reitman noted when the project was announced in January that it would be for “all the other fans” like him—a line that seemed like a reference to the many “fans” who hated the very idea of 2016's all-female Ghostbusters …

R.I.P. Peter Tork, bassist for The Monkees 

As reported by The Washington Post, actor and musician Peter Tork—best known as the goofy, fun-loving bass player for The Monkees—has died. Tork’s sister, Anne Thorkelson, confirmed his death but did not give a specific cause, though The Washington Post notes that he was diagnosed with a rare from of cancer in 2009.…

Eminem buries hatchet with old rival, The Punisher, by slamming Netflix for canceling his show

Eminem has been around long enough to have beefs with everyone from Ja Rule and Machine Gun Kelly to Everlast, Moby, and Christina Aguilera. Now that he’s older and concerned more with watching TV in his jammies than spitting bars at his colleagues, he’s decided to start something with Netflix, the company that went…

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