Spiders are, for many people, a furry, 8-legged nightmare. Just in the past month, a mother endangered her 9-year-old by jumping out of a moving vehicle after seeing a spider and a man set a gas station ablaze trying to burn a spider he spotted on his car while pumping gas. What else can cause such irrational behavior? Meth, of course. Continue reading
Tacos… ah, tacos. Just saying it makes me hungry and happy all at the same time. Is there anything better than a taco? You’re thinking about it now aren’t you? And you’re having trouble, huh? Everyone loves a good taco, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who does not. And because of our love of tacos, October 4th has been named National Taco Day. So let’s go through a little run down about everything taco.
Thanks to Facebook I have learned that today is National Coffee Day. I personally find coffee abhorrent. It’s bitter and all around awful, even mounds of sugar and gallons of cream can barely mask it’s downright nasty taste. HOWEVER! I also understand it’s importance to millions of people worldwide. And since I like to try to think of the big picture, I do what I can to be helpful and supportive (while still getting my jabs in). So since there are no ‘coffee carols’ (yet) here are some songs about coffee for you to enjoy on this day, National Coffee Day.
There are a couple things I love most about life; travel, movies, and cinema. Luckily for me one often leads to another. Performing music has taken me to places I would never have had the opportunity to visit otherwise. And my love of movies has introduced me to some music I may never have gotten into. Here are my top 5 Life Changing Band Documentaries.
Comic Book properties are becoming big business. Marvel movies are huge, Marvel Comics’ licensed properties are also big screen hits for Sony & Fox, DC is following suit in building their own interconnected cinematic universe and CW, FOX & Netflix are tearing up our TV sets at home with hits like Arrow, The Flash, Gotham & Daredevil.
You’ve all seen the lists of life hacks. Usually 37 to 248 hacks long, half of them total BS like toilet paper roll speakers and or crap that you already know. But some things still get left out. Let’s take a look.
Seinfeld, NBC’s multiple-Emmy winning hit sitcom that ran from 1989-1998, is not only the greatest television program of all time but also a cultural phenomenon which unleashed a multitude of quotables and catch-phrases upon Planet Earth and changed the landscape of America in the 1990s, and beyond.
At a rough count, nearly 62% of TMS staffers are natives of the great state of Nebraska (little-known full name: Nebraska). We assume that a good portion of our readership are also either native or aspiring Nebraskans (keep trying! You’ll get there!) With that in mind we bring you our list of the Top Five Coolest Things About Nebraska That You Never Knew Because You Were Too Lazy and Self-Involved to Find Out! Continue reading
Ant-Man is in our rear view and an average of 7 new comic book movies per year in our foreseeable future and it’s very early to tell, but I’m calling it. DC WILL SOON RULE THE BOX OFFICE. Here’s the big reasons why.
Well, it seems as though an article we recently published about cartoons that need to be made into movies was not entirely accurate. The article stated that Slimer and the Real Ghostbusters was the only show to get a movie, when it seems that the entire list was actually cartoons based on movies, and the Ghostbusters movie being currently produced is actually based on the original movie, and not the cartoon series. Apparently, “journalism” requires “research” and “fact-checking”, and we should be “embarrassed” by our “egregious error”. So TMS would like to “apologize” and “renew” our “vow” to “accuracy” and “the highest standards of journalistic integrity”. In that spirit, here is an updated list of cartoons overdue for cinematic reboots.