Looking for a great baseball movie to watch? We got nine up and nine down. Check out the cinematic scoreboard of America's Pastime.
The best MCU film reminds us that sometimes stories want to be told.
Cody makes his own Sweet 16 in honor of this past weekend. Instead of basketball teams, this bracket is about...the number 16.
It's the end of the month and the beginning of my journey as a father. Happy April everyone! Today in the Roundup we have Haim, Godzilla, and the NBA trade deadline.
Cody tweaks the system this time, recapping the NBA trade deadline instead.
Steven gives his first-ever album review - offering his take on Miami-based hip hop trio ¡MAYDAY! and their 8th full-length LP.
Micah Hagans is the head coach for the elite Bonnabel High School men's basketball program in New Orleans. In between classes, Coach Micah logs in with Dodson and Sasha to tell us about his first year as head coach, rebounding from losing the state championship game and then graduating 8 seniors, the importance of authenticity and trust with his players, the Pelicans, and brotherhood being bigger than basketball.
The theatrical release of Justice League was a cinematic-universe-altering catastrophe, and by all accounts anywhere from a miserable to traumatizing experience for all involved parties following the promotion of Joss Whedon to the director’s chair. With the release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, we finally have the chance to witness the fully realized vision of the project’s original director, in all its bloated, bewildering, unintentionally hilarious, and genuinely enjoyable glory. Writer Nate Mondschien does his best to capture the experience of the four-plus hour watch.
Malik is a proud New Orleans native and our residential hip-hop historian. He wants to set things straight on his cities influence on American's most popular genre. From bounce music in the 80s to Master P starting No Limit, to Lil' Wayne, Birdman, Cash Money Records, and the artists that NOLA is now famous for, Malik breaks down the history and legacy of New Orleans Hip-Hop.
Well, it’s officially been a complete year that we’ve all been encompassed in the COVID-19 pandemic (knowingly at least). Though the pandemic itself seems like its own series of horror films, Teresa can’t help but wonder could it be worse?