Articles by Neil Bulson
College football is beloved by many as a bastion of amateurism, a reminder of when sports were less crass and more… okay, I can’t keep this up.
The Emmy Awards are upon us once again, that time of the year when everyone in the TV industry gathers to kiss each other’s asses and pretend that CBS produces quality shows.
The MTV Video Music Awards have long been a hotbed of insanity and ridiculous nonsense, where the stars make fools of themselves and provide our pop culture talking points for the following year.
Sci-fi technology has always captured the imagination. After all, it promises an easier life.
Every good story needs a villain – Jesus had Satan, Sherlock had Moriarty, real life has the Kardashians – but movie villains are in a class all their own.
Dogs are man’s best friend. Everybody knows that. But do you ever really stop to think about just why that is?
Video games have become almost as important to the pop-culture landscape as movies and TV shows, and some would even argue that to a certain demographic they have become even more important. But games are important for several different reasons.
Few movies are anticipated more than a sequel to a monster hit. Unfortunately, with great expectations usually comes great disappointment.
These days, just about everything is controversial, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the land of TV.
Ah, beer. It is our greatest friend, our closest confidante, and the mother and father of both our greatest mistakes and their solutions. So it makes sense that you should know as much about beer as possible.
Cool as a concept is a lot like the adult film industry – it thrives underground, uptight people hate it and someone invariably mentions James Dean. And most importantly, you just know it when you see it.