Since today has included some mildly solipsistic navel-gazing self-reflection, let's get a little bit more of it out of the way (and where better than our weekly Mildly Solipsistic Navel-Gazing…   Read Story »
Oh, here we go. It has been revealed that Mel Gibson was required by the LAPD to surrender MULTIPLE guns, which I guess is standard procedure in any case involving accusations of domestic violence.…   Read Story »
Why didn't anyone tell me that it was Terrible Comedy Movie Trailers Day? I swear, Terrible Comedy Movies Trailer Day comes earlier and earlier every year. Why, it feels like just last week we were…   Read Story »
Happy Halloween, you guys. It's your holiday!
After the jump, the five Highest Rated comments, as voted on by you, the Lowest Rated comment, the winner of this week's Antoine Dogson Caption…   Read Story »
Is it just me, or is everyone a little on edge these days, like more than usual? Between the Juan Williams thing, and the increasingly nonsensical campaign of Christine O'Donnell, not to mention…   Read Story »
And thus ended Back to the Future Week, or whatever. Of course, the big (non-Stoltz) story of the week, obviously, was the rescue of the Chilean miners. What a good story! Very happy ending, that is…   Read Story »
I'm not sure when the introduction to the Monsters' Ball became the Huffington Post Celebrity Gossip Dumping Grounds, but as we all prepare to HACK OUT for the weekend, here's something from the…   Read Story »
And thus Andrew Shirvell Week Comes to a close. THANK GOD. As you may have read, Andrew Shirvell has taken a leave of absence from his role as Assistant Attorney General. Whatever THAT means. Like, a…   Read Story »
This is a repetitive point to make, so please forgive me, but I was just looking at the HuffingtonPost's Entertainment page, and boy oh boy, you guys, this world. Obviously, it is chock full of news…   Read Story »
Tonight begins the Yom Kippur holiday for the Jews, the day of atonement. It's the most sacred holiday on the Jewish calendar, and in addition to prayer and whatever, it also includes 24 hours of…   Read Story »
After watching Death Sentence, a terrible movie starring Kevin Bacon as a father in search of vigilante justice directed by Saw's James Wan, Gabe embarked on The Hunt For The Worst Movie of All Time. This is his sad journey.