Articles by Neil Bulson
Have you ever wondered what ever happened to all those cute, cuddly Hollywood animals once their show ended or their movie ran out of profitable sequels? Well, if you have then not only are you possibly deranged but you’re in luck because we wondered too.
There are basically two ways to A-List fame in this great country of ours – either work really hard and be super-talented and make movies that lots of people want to see or let someone film you getting pissed on.
Saturday Night Live has had a lot of hosts over the years – some have sucked, most have been mediocre, and only a rare few have not only held their own with the cast but actually made the show better with their presence.
We’ve become accustomed to our ex-Presidents retiring to a life of relative leisure, rich dudes who spend all their time giving speeches, negotiating absurd book deals and building their libraries. But that hasn’t always been the case.
The hipster (hipsterous americanus), previously a subspecies of the douchebag (douchebag americanus), has exploded into a species all its own, with its own quirks and rules for living.
People love to drink. You love to drink, I love to drink, your parents love to drink, your kids love to drink, your… you get the point. But what you drink can say a lot about you.
The best part about going to a concert is that getting to see a lot of kick-ass music live. The worst part is all the other people.
Everyone loves TV. The problem is that most television shows are what Webster’s dictionary gives for the definition of a butt.
Election season is upon us and that means that we get the honor to be bombarded by ridiculous ads explaining to us why the other guy is an inhuman monster. Joy.
You know what the world misses? Rock stars. I’m talking full-on, balls to the wall crazy rock stars, dudes who think they’re closer to gods than actual mortal men. Without them the world seems just a little bit sadder, doesn’t it?
The next time you’re watching TV take a moment to consider the possibility that the low-rent star you’re watching today just might end up winning multiple Oscars tomorrow.