To qualify for the 'lesser-known' category, all these youtube artists have less than one million subscribers. All links are at the bottom of the page.
To help fans wait for the next 'Orange is The New Black,' Netflix made another original show that features women in jail. This time, it's a documentary. It's called 'Jailbirds', and it has caused quite the controversial debate on what is ethical. The women who agreed to this show were very bored, and I'm sure being interviewed gave them quite the opportunity to feel like they are being listened to. Was it wrong to take advantage of women in jail in order to make new entertainment? Or was this a good opportunity to give a voice to people being incarcerated?
It’s July, and that means relaxing by the pool with some cool summer drinks. But besides getting your tan on, it also means a brand-new month of anime to watch, and the sunny season has quite a few titles for fans to enjoy. From love stories to action-packed adventures, here are five must-see anime to watch this July.
Cartoons... we've all grown up with them in some way or another. Whether it's a newspaper comic strip, a good movie, or a memorable line; cartoons are a part of almost every kid's formative years. Of course, as new titles are released, the older ones fade into obscurity. With that in mind, I thought I'd do something a little bit different, and possibly, launch a new series covering under-appreciated cartoons.
There is an extra and unique clip after the credits for every single episode of Netflix's Original 'Tuca and Bertie'. Since the shows will only ever be on Netflix... these gems are easy to miss. Once the credits start, Netflix has two buttons pop up at the bottom right hand corner. One of the buttons reads 'Watch Credits,' and the other reads 'Next Episode In...'
Criminal Minds is a great show, as we can all agree, I am sure. But every season, though there are many great episodes, there is always one that just doesn't meet the mark. It just doesn't capture our attention, or just seems like a filler episode compared to the rest. This is a list, starting at season 1 going all the way to season 14 of the worst episodes in each season.
The MCU is an absolute behemoth of comic book superhero storytelling. Starting in 2008 with Iron Man, the film series consists of 22 films and has collected over $21 billion at the box office. Split into three "phases," the three different sections document the beginning, middle, and end of what has colloquially become known as the "Infinity Saga." So taking a look at Phase One, which films hold up? Which ones are still a great watch? And which ones feel out of place in the current cinematic universe? Well let’s take a look shall we?
Summer is the time where you'll start on that hourly job to stay productive and earn ching-ching. Though, that first job is a distant memory that we often remember.
Here we are at the end of May and we have most likely had the biggest film of the year with Avengers: Endgame. At the time of this article, it had taken $2.7 billion worldwide, rapidly closing in on Avatar's take of $2.78 billion. However, summer blockbuster season is upon us; but despite the usual big studio fare, there are also some excellent, smaller movies worth your time and money at the multiplex.
My fondest memories as a kid were of me going to Blockbuster every Friday with my mom to rent three movies that I would watch each day during the weekend. Out of these three movies, I would always make an effort to rent at least one new Godzilla movie. Which was a really difficult thing to do as an American, considering most of these movies are really rare to find outside of Japan. Thus, with Godzilla: King of the Monsters releasing tomorrow, I want to take a look back at the franchise’s long lasting legacy.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is right around the corner, and I absolutely cannot wait for it. After that, the next installment in the Monsterverse, Godzilla vs. Kong, will be a remake of the 1962 classic, King Kong vs. Godzilla. With the future of the Monsterverse being unknown, I figured it’ll be interesting to look at five other ToHo Godzilla movies that could be remade to fit into the Monsterverse.
I think we all had cartoons we really loved when we were little. And by we, I mean the we who watched cartoons in the mid-2000s to the early 2010s. In my (albeit early) adulthood, I have been rewatching some of my favorite cartoons from when I was younger (thank you, Hulu). So all of these I have rewatched myself. Between the sense of nostalgia and the hidden dirty jokes I never got when I was younger, it's almost like watching a new show. It brings me back to a happy and simple time, I hope as you read through my list, it does the same for you. These aren't in any particular order either.