Cody hits the champagne early and writes out some aspirational dreams for some of the NBA's top stars.
Looking back on the 20th Anniversary of Fellowship, Dave and fellow MMH writers reflect on the impact of Lord of the Rings, and special moments along the way.
As we close what’s been another wonderful year for hip hop music, December gave us a plethora of presents before we head into 2022. And we must go through as many as possible. There were deluxes dropped such as Polo G’s Hall of Fame and EST Gee’s Bigger Than Life or Death, and Russ came back with several rap masterpieces on his project CHOMP 2. Roddy Ricch dropped his long-awaited follow up to Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, Young Boy Never Broke Again released a post-jail stint project with Birdman, and we got another posthumous project from the young legend Juice Wrld. Chief Keef returned to the scene, Nas delivered magic, Curren$y put his final stamp on 2021 and Rick Ross…..well, we’ll get to him later. We also have to give a shoutout to Gucci Mane, as there’s no Christmas season without an East Atlanta Santa release. But without further ado, let’s get into a trio of some of our favorite December releases, MMH style.
To celebrate the end of 2021, the MMH Staff compiles their top-five lists of favorite albums, tracks, films, performances, games, and teams from a truly insane calendar year.
Cody finds out the truth about why Will Ferrell turned down Elf 2.
COVID-19 outbreaks have caused postponements all week and are threatening the NBA's Christmas Day slate of games. Not knowing what will happen between publication and Tip-Off on the 25th, Dodson throws a Grinch of a preview on the games.
Today's guest on MMH and _______ is Nico Carter, founder of the Juicebox Theater in Chicago and the What the Gif Game, comedian, and former Cards Against Humanity Staff Writer.
West Side Story isn’t an immigrant story. It’s not even about immigrants. It’s another example of white men perpetuating the public, stereotyped narrative of other people. Thulani deep-dives into the layers of inception of Spielberg’s remake.
Nico takes a look at how one of his favorite things, The Sound of Music, holds up politically.
MMH Contributor and chronic list-maker Nate Mondschein takes a two-decade trip back to one of his favorite years in cinema to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his top-five films of 2001.