Not only was John Denver not allowed to participate in "We Are the World," they even made fun of him at the recording
Brian spotlights a classic 1970s TV Hanukkah episode, "The Messiah on Mott Street," from Night Galley, in 1971
We celebrate Lifetime finally doing what we asked a year ago, to actually allow sex in Christmas romance movies
A year after we discussed how close Brenda Lee was to taking the top spot, the artist finally hit the top of the charts with her Christmas classic, "Rockin' Round the Christmas Tree,"...
I explain how the recent hit Peacock series, Poker Face, spotlights the "problem" of the release schedule of The Fall of the House of Usher.
boygenius' new song, "Powers," cleverly uses superhero comic book concepts in an exploration of one's identity and mortality.
Fans had a general idea of what songs would be on boygenius' new EP, The Rest, and yet there was a surprising omission in the fun pop tune, "Boyfriends."
George Lucas' reasons for why he doesn't think it is right for Han Solo to shoot Greedo first in Star Wars are quite unreasonable
Luke Skywalker’s Reaction to R2-D2’s Damage is an Uncomfortable Reminder of People’s Discomfort With the Pain of Others
Luke Skywalker's rather nonchalant reaction to R2-D2's battle damage in Star Wars is uncomfortably similar to how most people treat the people in their lives who are dealing with pain
Today, upon the passing of Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson, I write about the impact that two films had on Robinson. One personal to him, and one in terms of immortalizing the baseball great.