Our panel of experts answer the age-old question.

Who are the 100 Greatest Shitty Bands of All Time?

November 13, 2015 / by , , , , , , , / 4 Comments

There are a lot of shitty bands out there. And, much like snowflakes or KISS solo albums, each shitty band is uniquely shitty in their own special way.


How Fun is Sunday Funday? Recreating A ‘You’re The Worst’ Day in LA

September 09, 2015 / by , / 7 Comments

One of the best shows of 2014, FX’s You’re The Worst, returns on September 9 (now on FXX) for season 2. In anticipation of the premiere, two avid fans of the show and recent Los Angeles transplants sought to recreate one of the most memorable season 1 adventures from the episode ‘Sunday Funday’ to answer the ultimate question: Just how fun is Sunday Funday?

Looking into the major themes, trends, and happenstances of 2014

Eyebrows, Elevators, and Michelle Pfeiffer: 2014 in Pop Culture

December 31, 2014 / by / 131 Comments

You can find all the top 5, 10, 50, 100 lists of 2014 you want for literally everything that can be ranked. But what do pages of unrelated Best Ofs really mean? To get to the heart of what 2014 was truly about, we’ve got to look at the year’s major themes and trends.

Taylor Swift Halloween costume ideas

How to dress like every track on Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ for Halloween

October 31, 2014 / by / 42 Comments

Everyone appreciates a good topical Halloween costume, but certain ideas can also be an obvious choice and you run the risk of bumping into 5 other people dressed as Ebola at your Halloween party. Want to really impress your friends and strangers? Go as the most important musical act of the year—Taylor Swift.

Lifetime's new child-centric fashion reality TV spinoff-competition, Project Runway: Threads, is the absolute worst

‘Project Runway: Threads’ is the worst, and not even in a good way

October 28, 2014 / by / 544 Comments

Project Runway: Threads has sold me a bill of goods.


Oh Comely: Watching Neutral Milk Hotel in the 21st Century

February 11, 2014 / by / 14 Comments

On Friday February 8, I had the opportunity to see Neutral Milk Hotel at their second of two sold out performances at Chicago’s Riviera Theater. I had been eagerly anticipating this concert since I bought my ticket six months ago—but for some in the audience, I imagine they had been waiting for this show since Jeff Mangum & Friends put out their last album in 1998.