There’s a popular cliche about mental health being the most complicated thing to treat. It’s a cliche for a reason, as most cliches are.
Civil War proves that giant ensemble superhero pieces aren’t just a one-off like Avengers, that you can have your heroes fight without setting it in the grimmest setting imaginable.
The Democratic Party has to get over itself. This infighting, between Sanders supporters and Clinton supporters, has got to stop.
There is a bizarre grief cycle the Internet goes through whenever someone of notable importance dies.
There is an undeniable and indelible connection between the artistic endeavors of the world and use of illicit substances.
On May 12, 2009, Lin-Manuel Miranda was invited to speak at the White House Evening of Poetry, Music, and Spoken Word.
April is Autism Awareness Month, that lovely time of year when strangers post puzzle pieces on their profile pictures and the charity Autism Speaks is out in force.
Good lord. I wanted, so badly, to like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. I wanted it to seamlessly lay the groundwork for the DC cinematic universe and be a fun romp with familiar characters. Instead, Batman v. Superman is two-and-a-half hours of wasted potential. Ostensibly, the movie is about Bruce Wayne holding a raging,…
It’s funny that in a show ostensibly about its eponymous hero that Daredevil season two will critically focus on someone altogether different than our horn-headed friend — The Punisher.
“Father, why do I still feel by guilt?” Matthew Murdock, the Devil of Hell’s kitchen, our Daredevil himself, asks his priest during confession.