Cody relays his observations from the WNBA finals. Spoiler alert: the Chicago Sky are good.
The WNBA’s 25th season comes down to the Phoenix Mercury and Chicago Sky vying for the immortality that comes with winning a championship. These two rosters are a perfect blend representing the first WNBA generation’s trailblazing achievements and the aspirations of the generation to come.
Chad pays his respects to Michael K. Williams’ incredible portrayal of Omar Little in The Wire.
Coach Motenko turns in his clipboard for an all-seeing eye to predict the fate of the teams in the NBA's Western Conference.
Can A.I. Produce Human-Like Qualities? Should That Be a Human Goal?
Chris Conner dives into the emergence of the rapper BIA, and explains how her arrival was a long time coming.
Picture this. You wake up as a 17-year-old counselor at Camp Crystal Lake, home of the infamous Jason Vorhees. You’ve seen this movie before. Even if you haven’t, you know how it’s going to end. Preventing such a gruesome outcome for you and your friends becomes an instant priority.
Coach Motenko turns in his clipboard for an all-seeing eye to predict the fate of the teams in the NBA's Eastern Conference.
With No Time to Die finally hitting theaters this week, Cody examines his personal connection to Daniel Craig’s contribution to the franchise, with some hope for the new installment.
Sasha debriefs on his experience covering 2021 Fantastic Fest in an official press capacity before reviewing two of his standout films; Saloum and Last of the Wolves.