Articles by Neil Bulson
South Park has been on the air for 17 seasons now, which probably comes as a bit of a surprise since a lot of you probably haven’t watched it in the last ten years. Yes, South Park is still going strong.
Sometimes relationships don’t work out, and when that happens somebody has to step up and give the “It’s not you, it’s me” speech or the “It’s definitely you and if you don’t pay attention to this restraining order I’m going to mace you” speech.
Man is a naturally inquisitive creature, an explorer of the fringes of possibility if you will, and so it makes sense that when it comes to getting drunk, man has a habit of developing increasingly more potent ways to make that happen.
The world is a very big place. That means that for just about every human activity you can think of, there’s at least one corner of the planet where you can get away with it, with only your own sense of shame to punish you.
The food wars have begun, what with governments cracking down on things like trans fats and fun. And sadly this means that many of your favorite foods will no longer be around soon – at least not in their current form.
Saturday Night Live is an institution. It’s been around for almost 40 years now and is pretty much the backbone of American comedy.
For as long as man has been aware of that little thing dangling between his legs, he’s been willing to try just about anything to get it to stand up and say howdy.
Oscar season is upon us, and that means that everyone will be busy fellating all the movies that managed to meet with the Academy’s approval. But what about all those great movies that never manage to win anything?
Violent video games have become a way of life. Hell, arguably the most popular video game company on the planet right now – Rockstar Games – is pretty much built around the concept.
A great song intro is often the difference between a regular old hit single and the type of monster hit that becomes a part of the cultural lexicon, and it can instantly make a band before anyone has heard more than a few awesome notes.
The Simpsons has been a staple of pop culture for more than a quarter century now and that time has seen the rise of iconic characters like Homer and Mr. Burns.