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!
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.
In celebration of the upcoming release of No Time To Die (the 25th installment in the James Bond official film cannon), MMH contributors Cody Tannen-Barrup, Dave Haffner, Simon Pruitt, Sasha Klare-Ayvazian, and Nate Mondschein talk up a few of their favorites from the 007 series.
Roughly ten fictional years after Nate Mondschein and I tore our respective houses down at our 1960s music festivals, we’re back to put on two more unforgettable shows.
Who does Hollywood have to blame for failing to maintain the quality and ingenuity of films like The Matrix? Only itself.
They’re outdated, overpriced, and objectively inefficient, yet we’re still obsessed with them.
To honor this summer’s return of music festivals, MMH contributors Nate Mondschein & Simon Pruitt travel back to the 1960s for the first installment of their historical-music-festival-fantasy-draft series, DECADEPALOOZA!
Can LeBron win without all-star cartoon teammates? Plus five other burning questions we have about Space Jam: A New Legacy.
Simon looks to the basketball heavens to examine the presence of curses and gods in the NBA.
Movies are escapism. Whether it’s literally escaping from a rabid shark on Amity Island in Jaws or romancing Ingrid Bergman’s Isla Lund in Casablanca, movies take us on impossible adventures that are often reflective of social trends and beliefs.
Simon compares the eight remaining playoff teams to eight special movies. Bring your popcorn and your bracket.
Steph Curry can have a strange effect on opposing crowds. Simon has personal experience after attending a Rockets-Warriors game.