Join the whole sick crew, including Matt, Moo, Rami, Ryan, and S, as they tell disgusting fish taco stories and begrudgingly talk about MOBAs and weird Japanese music. What is this podcast even about anymore? Who knows! Listen and maybe you can find out.
Lyz and Jose get into a spoiler filled discussion of Orange is the New Black Season Two. With new characters and plot lines are added, listen to see which our hosts would want to make their prison wife, and which should be given cleaning duty.
Welcome to The Pull List, a weekly column where I check out the first issue of a new comic and tell you whether or not you should start following that comic based only on that. This week I'm taking a look at the dark, bizarre, and occult world of Ben Templesmith's The Squidder. What the hell is a "squidder," you ask? I have no idea. Let's find out, together.
I had high hopes that the episode titled "Gone Sis" would feature the return of Roman's sister, Shelley. Sadly that was not the case, but the episode wasn't without its moments of satisfaction, starting with the opening scene.
Someone new is taking on the mantle of the red, white, and blue hero, and he's finally going to be black. Captain America, now 90-years old in the Marvel Comics universe, is retiring, passing the torch on to his longtime friend and ally, the Falcon.
Earlier this year, Lay's announced that they would be accepting submissions for a new potato chip flavor. 14 million entries later, Lay's has it narrowed down to four, with fans voting to decide which one becomes the brand's next new flavor.
Here at 8CN, every day is awards day, and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes wins all the awards today, including: Best Reactionary Tweet from a Celebrity, Most Drop-the-Mic-Walk-Away Line, and Smuggest Cultural Reference. Read on for more ways in which the simian apocalypse went so, so right.
Sometimes, pop culture is simply too bountiful. Kristian Nairn, who plays everybody's favorite freakishly strong imbecile, Hodor of Game of Thrones, is actually a respected DJ amongst Northern Irish clubbing circles, one who happened to land an excelllent side-job on the hit fantasy series. And now he's combining the best aspects of both careers in the 'Rave of Thrones' tour--audiences, don your best blouses and beware the Lannister theme.
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, currently serving a 20 year prison sentence for human rights violations, is not so happy about one of his most recent appearances in pop culture. Noriega is reportedly suing Activision for his appearance in 2012's Call of Duty: Black Ops II.