Written by Anna Harrison Online dating is an unfortunate fact of life for many people—it’s a cesspool of the worst humanity has to offer, such as pictures of men in backwards baseball caps proudly holding whatever poor dead fish they … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison Sex is commonplace nowadays. Of course, the act of sex itself has always been commonplace, but the wall of privacy that usually kept it separate from those not partaking has been chipped away at little by … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison Shawn Ruddy (Joseph Winter) of “Deadstream” is clearly made in the mold of YouTubers and streamers like Paul: he does stupid things for views, and when those stupid things get other people hurt, he has to … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison The most famous (fame being a relative term here) face in “Slash/Back” dies within the first three minutes: Kristian Bruun, most known for his role as Donnie Hendrix in the television show “Orphan Black,” cracks a … Continue reading.
Our Drink in the Movies team have compiled a comprehensive piece that provides a shared look at each of our top 10 most anticipated films of 2022. All selections are currently scheduled for a 2022 release and/or in post production. … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison The mere existence of “The Legend of Vox Machina” reads like something out of a fairytale: once upon a time, a group of self-professed “nerdy-ass voice actors” gathered around to celebrate Liam O’Brien’s birthday by playing … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison Modern dating sucks. It’s a vicious cycle of downloading Tinder (or your drug of choice), getting nauseated at the pickup lines, the unappealing profiles, and the sheer horniness, deleting the app out of disgust, feeling sad … Continue reading.
It is a tradition on the Drink in the Movies Podcast to commemorate the year in film by talking about our favorite films and giving out our own special superlatives. As our site has grown over the past year, we … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison immigrants in New York, alienated from their homes and families and alienated from the country they live in. Chuyao works as a manicurist, and Solomon at a recycling plant, though he takes up the occasional odd … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison “Station Eleven” begins with some familiarly eerie sights: empty grocery stores, overwhelmed hospitals, masks everywhere, a general sense of distrust pervading the air. It’s hard, especially in its opening episode, not to draw parallels between “Station … Continue reading.