Many of us are fans, but the majority of us could never be a SUPERFAN. Abdul Malik uses Raptors fan sensation Nav Bhatia as a case study to examine the culture surrounding why.
In celebration of Dennis Villeneuve’s long-awaited, brilliant adaptation of the acclaimed Frank Herbert novel Dune, Nate Mondschein counts down five of his all-time favorite space films in typical MMH fashion.
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MMH contributor and angry southern legend, 400 Degreez apologists, Juvenile-stan, New Orleans martyr Lito shares his feelings about an eventful day on Twitter.
In Petite Maman, we get transported to a world where time flows in unexpected ways, and in The Worst Person in the World love makes time stop altogether. Both films were among the best I saw at NYFF this fall.
Nico Carter investigates a black metal band with secrets on a hate-filled night in Chicago.
MMH contributors Nate Mondschein & Simon Pruitt are back with another installment of everyone’s favorite time-traveling-music-festival-thought-experiment, focusing in this installment on all the best synth-happy, LINN-drum lavished, leather-laden tracks of the 1980s!
What do you find scary? Is it the fictional, unimaginably horrifying things that could never happen? Or is it the things you can see being turned upside down? Welcome to the Blumhouse, where their world could be the scariest thing of all.
As part of the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Season Celebration, the league has chosen an ambassador to represent each generation. Dodson got a chance to chat with the oldest, wisest of hoops heads on the list: Louisiana native, Louisiana State University legend, and NBA Hall of Famer Bob Pettit.
Four horror fans battle it out to assemble the One Halloween Movie Marathon to Rule Them All.