Snubs happen every year, so it’s up to us, the writers of the internet, to fix the problem. These awards are a chance to shine the spotlight on some lesser known movies, and maybe even point you toward a few… Read more
Melissa McCarthy officially joins Saturday Night Live’s Five-Timers Club with this week’s episode. Or does she…?
The Seinfeld co-creator and all-around funny man hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time. Is it worth watching? Should you “curb your enthusiasm” before tuning in?
Three rounds in the ring? More like 11 sketches on stage for MMA champ Ronda Rousey. (She would probably clobber me for that terrible joke.)
Kylo Ren himself hosted Saturday Night Live’s return this week. Was the Force strong with this one?
No seriously, I watched 189 movies this year. Don’t worry, the first page is just a Top 10 list.
Because I have to publish this list somewhere.
It’s not just the longest title in this column’s history — it’s the first time Saturday Night Live has had joint hosts in a very long time. So how did the first ladies of comedy fare?
The God of Thunder returned to Studio 8H to host Saturday Night Live for the second time, which gives me the most convenient segue of all time. Can lightning strike twice for Chris Hemsworth?
Netflix’s newest original movie is out today, and I sat through all two hours of it. Won’t you please read along and share my pain?
Ryan Gosling, the Canadian Matthew McConaughey, came to the great USA to host Saturday Night Live. How did he fare?
This isn’t the first time Saturday Night Live has lampooned the galaxy far, far away…
The truest of detectives returned to host Saturday Night Live for the first time in over a decade. Was it another McConaissance, or a serious failure to launch?
Whether you know her from Wet Hot American Summer, Pitch Perfect, or The Hunger Games, you’ve seen Elizabeth Banks a few times. So how did the starlet fare?
Did the presidential candidate deliver a good show? Or should this billionaire be fired?
If you haven’t been watching the new Late Show with Stephen Colbert, you’re missing out big time. Stephen’s show retains plenty of that Colbert Report weirdness, the perfect antidote to Letterman’s end-of-the-show malaise.
Tracy Morgan is back! In an episode that is nothing short of miraculous, one of SNL’s greatest performers comes home.
It’s October, which means anybody who writes on the web is legally required to talk about horror video games before Halloween. But the joke’s on you, because you’ll never actually get to play these. Hah!