Signs was released 20 years ago, so we’re dusting off our tinfoil hats and celebrating one of Hollywood’s most mercurial filmmakers, M Night Shyamalan.
Which characters, teams, and conflicts will dominate The Association’s 76th season?
With the NBA offseason fully underway, Chris, Cody, Simon, and Nate take a look at ten of the most interesting names from the 2022 NBA free agency class to celebrate those who found their way to the perfect fit, and question those who didn’t.
Adam Sandler’s Hustle is the latest in a long history of crossovers between the worlds of hoops and Hollywood. To celebrate, five MMH writers draft their ideal imaginary film casts and crews, comprised entirely of ball players.
Cody (35) and Simon (18) trade takes on the movies that their high school teachers showed during class across two generations.
Welcome to From Breen To The Screen! MMH has finally decided to give a name to the ever-popular “X team is just like Y movie” series that dominates our headlines come playoff season. This time, we’re finding the cinematic interpretation of every playoff series, accounting for the series score, the characters involved, and the broader storyline implications.
The MMH family dives into the newest releases from Jack Harlow, Ella Mai, and Arcade Fire; three very different albums with three very different success rates.
On April 13, 2012, The Cabin in the Woods was released in theaters. Ten years later, Simon Pruitt revisits the film and its genre-redefining impact on horror.
Mash that Bat-Signal and slap on some spandex–it’s time for a Batdraft.
This isn’t an overarching ranking of the greatest child actor performances, but rather a collection of all the performances that mattered, good, bad, iconic, and infamous.
Simon Pruitt & Nate Mondschein are back to draft their fictional fantasy music festivals, this time diving deep into the golden age of Hip-Hop, Grunge, Alt-Rock, and Boy Bands to bring you: Decadepalooza IV: The 1990’s.
“I wanted to create a project that had Iggy Pop sonics with Chuck Berry instrumentation,” says Kenzo Cregan. Simon sits down with the magnetic punk star to talk, well, music, movies, and hoops.