No matter how hardcore of a film buff you consider yourself to be, it’s highly unlikely that you managed to see every movie that was nominated for an Oscar during its theatrical run last year. Thankfully, a huge percentage of them have already made it to streaming service online, so you still have time to get caught up before the Academy Awards on February 28th. More →
Remember back in the late 1990s when recording companies kept insisting that everyone had to buy an entire album just to get the one or two songs they actually wanted? That didn’t work out so well for them after Napster and other music sharing services made it impossible for them to force consumers to buy CDs. The TV industry is facing a similar situation right now and, like the music industry before it, it’s crawling into a shell and hoping technological progress just goes away. More →
Regardless of any other movies or TV shows he appears in, actor Matt LeBlanc will forever be Joey Tribbiani to us. And the fact that LeBlanc turned Joey into such a lovable and memorable character on Friends should be enough to make you watch anything else the actor might appear in – and he wasn’t bad in Episodes either, which got him a Golden Globe in 2011.
So with all that in mind, we can’t help but be thrilled to hear that LeBlanc has been confirmed as the newest co-host of the hit show Top Gear. More →
It’s a hip-hop feud that’s almost too ridiculous to believe: One of the most successful and talented Wu-Tang alums versus the world’s most hated former pharmaceutical CEO. However, the beef between Ghostface Killah and Martin “Pharma Bro” Shkreli is very real. Per NME, Shkreli appeared on radio station Power 105’s The Breakfast Club this week and said that he would “smack [Ghostface Killah] right in the face” if he were there right now. More →
Over the past few weeks, Netflix has been dominating headlines with a wide assortment of announcements and acquisitions, but even as the popular online streaming service grows exponentially larger than it has in years past, its staunchest competition yet has been gearing up to steal eyeballs away in 2016. More →
Many times, movies feature their own titles somewhere in the dialogue. But what would these movies be like if they just stopped dead in their tracks a second after someone said the entire title out loud? A video posted by YouTuber Chris Huebs tries to answer this question by showing scenes from famous movies that cut right to the end credits after a character says the title. More →
By the end of 2016, there will be more Netflix original series than anyone could possibly hope to keep track of. From dramas to comedies to documentaries to shows for kids, the mountain of content never stops growing, which is why you might get some use out of a list of the top rated shows on the streaming service.
We already gave you a list of our personal favorite shows and movies being added to Netflix in February, but here are the top 20 shows the service has ever produced.
Given that boasting about material wealth has been a staple of hip-hop lyrics for decades, it’s no surprise that rappers have often referenced popular technology products in their songs. Below we’ve compiled some of the most famous tech-related hip-hop lyrics around from a diverse range of artists that includes Drake, Biggie, Jay-Z and Lil Wayne. More →
When Nintendo unveiled its first smartphone app last year, gamers were disappointed, to say the least. Rather than port a 2D Mario game to iOS and Android or build a brand new experience around one of its famous characters, Nintendo opted to create a social messaging application called Miitomo.
It wasn’t what fans were expecting, but a new report hints that the next app will be more in line with what the Nintendo faithful would want from the company. More →
Years after they made their debut, 4K televisions are finally affordable. It was only a matter of time, but the average viewer is only now beginning to upgrade to the latest standard in display technology. But despite all the hype that 4K resolution has received, Netflix is confident that another technology will be the real difference maker this generation. More →
Every pay TV provider offers free previews of premium channels from time to time. After all, they’re a great way to give subscribers a taste of the channel bundles they’re missing if they don’t already subscribe to packages like HBO, Showtime and Cinemax. But it seems like the free preview periods are almost always over by the time you realize they’re available. Great, so now you’ve seen three episodes in the middle of the last season of Game of Thrones… now what?
It turns out there’s a better way to preview premium channel bundles and Verizon just made it available to its FiOS TV subscribers. More →
Six comic book movies are scheduled to release in 2016, but none are the subject of quite as much consternation as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. No one is altogether confident about how the movie will turn out, but that hasn’t stopped Warner Bros. from pumping out a new trailer or TV spot every week or so.
Whether or not you have any vested interest in the Super Bowl this weekend, it’s probably going to be hard to avoid it all together. Maybe your friends are gathering to watch the game at a bar, or maybe your roommate is hosting a party in the living room. Either way, if you’re looking for a reprieve from the insanity, Key & Peele might be able to help. More →