Cody takes a look at the iconic NBA players whose moves have been mimicked by players of all ages and notices that one guy might be missing.
Sometimes the bad stuff is the right stuff. New MMH contributor Jessye Herrell makes an argument for the value of movies so bad they don’t even qualify as so-bad-they’re-good and their unique appeal during the pandemic. Next time somebody asks you, “Watch any good movies lately?” feel empowered to say no.
Contributor Nate Mondschein turns his pathological need to rank and catalog the things he loves in the direction of the best movies he has watched for the first time during the Covid-19 pandemic, creating a theoretical starting five of his absolute favorites.
What the Into the Wild movie and soundtrack taught me about travel, life, and how I want to show up in the world.
The Charlotte Hornets were the first team eliminated from the NBA Play-In Tournament but have no doubt LaMelo Ball and Buzz City will be an NBA Playoff constant for the rest of the decade.
Dan, Sasha, and Dave battle it out to see which musical groups from fictional films reign supreme.
Josh drops his big board of NBA Draft prospects. It should probably be called a huge board because he throws down some real knowledge.
Dave, the C-3PO of this site, ranks the actors he would like to play the vaunted Star Wars villain Grand Admiral Thrawn. The possibility of successfully getting our #1 pick are 3,720 to 1. But never tell us the odds.
Sherlock Holmes gains a sister; the world gains a passable teen-detective adventure
Dana Wygmans and her bass (affectionately named William) have been fortunate to have many varied experiences in the world of music. Here she reflects on her unexpected journey into––and out of––the classical music realm.