William H. Macy stars in "Shameless" as a deadbeat, alcoholic dad who scams and mooches off of everyone he sees. Boy, that takes us back to our childhood...
Harland Williams stars in "Back in the Day" which gets released in Indiana theaters one week before the rest of the country. NYC & LA, meet the new entertainment capitol of the world, Terre Haute.
Vintage Trouble's album is The Bomb Shelter Sessions. It's a perfect companion album to our new record, The Bay of Pigs Concerto.
Everyone loves Jennifer Lawrence, but wait till you see her gonzo lip-sync to "Live and Let Die" in "American Hustle." Your Lawrence-love will reach stratospheric new heights.
Nick Kroll plays a wide range cast of characters in "The Kroll Show." It's like eight guests for the price of one when he's on our couch.
Randy Houser's new album is How Country Feels. If we had to guess, we'd say country feels like worn gingham and lived-in denim.
After playing a goth hacker in "Girl With A Dragon Tattoo," Rooney Mara plays a Wall Street wife in "Side Effects." We bet she's happy to play a character with eyebrows again.
Jeff Ross hosts "The Burn," where he roasts and eviscerates a new target every week. Please God, don't target us, Jeff. We're overly-sensitive and cry with little-to-no provocation!
The Dirty Projector's new album is entitled Swing Lo Magellan. We like a band that can reference both filthy equipment and a Portuguese explorer.
Chris Tucker stars in "Silver Linings Playbook," which is a touching drama and NOT the story of a winning football team in a Nevada mining town.
Brian Posehn stars in "Immortalized," a show all about the wacky world of taxidermy. How often do you think they hear the old "No lunch for me, I'm stuffed" joke?
Darryl Lenox has a new special, "Blind Ambition," on Starz. If we say it looks great, is that insensitive?