The average Netflix user in the United States isn’t missing much when they log on to their accounts to find the latest movies and shows. Sure, there’s going to be some content that’s only available abroad, but our library is by far the largest available on the service. But if you don’t live in the U.S., you can finally see everything you’re missing out on with an unofficial database. More →
I just can’t stop watching Kristen Wiig’s beauty expert Alexanya Atoz promoting her Youth Milk lotion. The best thing about it is that it’s all part of the upcoming Zoolander 2 movie.
The second half of The Walking Dead’s Season 6 will soon air on AMC, but we’re going to focus on only one of the stars of the show for a moment. He might not be as important as Rick, Daryl, Carol, Maggie or Glenn, but without Aaron, there would be no Alexandria for our favorite zombie apocalypse survivors to encounter.
More importantly, the actor who plays Aaron has quite a gift when it comes to impersonations, and you definitely need to see it to believe it. More →
A winter storm is coming to the Northeastern United States. As per usual, many of the headlines have been inflammatory and hyperbolized, but there’s no reason to panic. Just make sure your home is stocked with all the necessities, keep a tab or two open in your browser with your favorite weather sites and make a bowl of chili.
And remember, while you’re tucked away all warm and cozy, some other sap is slipping on an ice patch.
Looking for ways to bide the time before the incoming snowpocalypse wipes away the East Coast? Google’s got you covered! On Friday, the company updated the Google Doodle on its homepage in honor of the 151st birthday of Wilbur Scoville — the chemist who found a way to measure a pepper’s heat. More →
Movies… what a roller coaster ride! Just a few days go we learned that Star Wars VIII isn’t going to be released in late May 2017, as was initially announced. Boo! But then we found out that December 2017 will be a glorious month for moviegoers as the new Star Wars episode and Avatar 2 were set to duke it out in theaters. Yay!
However, it’s time to curb our enthusiasm once again, as James Cameron’s first of three upcoming Avatar films won’t be ready for that highly anticipated Christmas 2017 debut.
Netflix’s Making a Murderer has sparked a frenzied debate that shows no signs of dying down anytime soon. If anything, as more and more people watch the documentary and more evidence from Steven Avery’s trial makes its way online, the debate surrounding the justice system as a whole and Avery’s conviction in particular is growing more spirited with each passing week.
Building a Spotify playlist for a road trip or a get-together typically leads to undue stress. You can barely figure out what you want to listen to on your way to the grocery store — how in the world are you going to find hours worth of material for a group of people with completely disparate tastes? Rather than spend hours trying to mold the perfect playlist, you might want to check out Juke. More →
Welcome to the Twilight Zone: Donald Trump is running for President, is doing well in the polls, and has now earned the uniquely vocal support of Sarah Palin. What would have once had the trappings of a Saturday Night Live skit is now a strange reality, and no one is happier about this unpredictable sequence of events than Stephen Colbert.
For anyone who misses Comedy Central’s Colbert Report and thinks that Colbert has lost some of his edge since transitioning over to CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, you’re in for a treat. Colbert was in stellar, if not vintage, form on Wednesday night, skewering Palin’s bombastic endorsement of Trump as only he can.
Nintendo has had a rough go of it in recent years. After dominating the previous generation with the crossover hit that was the Wii, Nintendo decided to go out on a limb once again with the Wii U in 2012. Unfortunately, that limb snapped, and the company has been scaling the tree ever since in an attempt to repair its relationship with its fans.
So at the dawn of a new year, how does Nintendo plan to become a powerhouse once again? More →
Earlier this week, Netflix announced that it plans to spend upwards of $6 billion on content this year, which includes both licensing deals and funding for original shows and movies. Following such an audacious claim, you might not be surprised to learn that Netflix revealed just hours later that it has added five more original indie movies to its 2016 slate.
After years of anticipation, we finally got a next-generation sequel to Star Wars Battlefront last fall. It was easy on the eyes, chock full of Star Wars nostalgia and just as chaotic as its predecessors, but it lacked many of the elements that made the original series a classic. It just wasn’t quite the Battlefront that fans of the series wanted. More →
Netflix is slowly killing pay TV, no matter how upset NBC might be about it. Or, at least, it’s the driving force that turns more and more people to streaming services – after all, Netflix isn’t the only major streaming service out there. But in addition to reshaping our expectations surrounding television, Netflix is also slowly killing online piracy. And studios and TV networks alike should be thrilled about that. More →