Ah, April. The month of practical jokes, rain showers and games about steampunk trains and pretty anime boys.
Sometimes, celebrities at WrestleManias can be kinda fun. More often than not, though, they're pretty disastrous.
"...you owe it to yourself to experience everything this glorious adventure has to offer."
Thinking of hitting Boomtown this year? You might want to brush up on your history first...
"We're worth more than a footnote in your fairytale."
Disney's 90s classic gets the live-action treatment, but can the new Beauty and the Beast outdo, or at least compete, with its predecessor? Yes. Yes it can.
Just a few days ago, I did something I've been struggling to do since college. I typed “End” at the end of a completed novel.
B. Diehl is our Poet of the Month for March 2017. Of course we had to bend his ear for an interview.
"...Shards of Darkness isn't a game you should allow to disappear into the shadows. Styx would probably call you a pussy anyway."
"Love itself isn't all about the montages, flowers, and dances set to Marvin Gaye, something Judd Apatow et al seem to be well aware of. "
"It seems emblematic of liberal comedy’s flailing attempts to adjust to Trump’s new precedent."
Sick of the way WWE put on shows? Try Lucha Underground, a promotion which does things differently to any other.
"Horizon is a triumph of worldbuilding and storytelling by any measure."
There have been many WrestleMania moments that mean different things to different people. But what are some of the absolute best?
We haven't seen anything from Days Gone since its E3 reveal, but in an ideal world, here's what we'd get from it.
RIP, the Nintendo Wii U. We hardly knew ye (or what you even were for a long time). Let's pour one out before making the Switch.
Logan is a triumphant goodbye to one of the best characters to hit the big screen since the superhero movie craze began.
It's the last stop on the Road to Wrestlemania. Here's Cultured Vultures' WWE Fastlane match card and predictions.
Nat explores some of the best fantasy books that haven't yet made the leap to the big screen.
For Honor isn't going to be played for years and years, but it's already doing enough damage to make it not even reach the end of 2017.