HNTP presents: Life Lessons for White People. Today’s class: Subtle signs that the smiling, laughing, self-effacing black man in front of you might be making a joke, even if he uses a bad word.
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Why do we have to only talk about the women? In this video, Sofie talks about about the males!
Sofie honestly doesn’t have that much to say about this game.
The Fear Fan explores the biggest come-from-behind indie game of 2014! Only halfway through the year 2015! He is relevant!
Count Jackula discusses his top 10 sexy monster girls from across horror movies, video games, and animation, as well as providing a message to all those who feel they’re misunderstood, ignored, or not beautiful enough.
When the opposition party demands answers on UFOs, the Welsh government responds in a hostile alien language.
Comcast’s laughable attempt to get into the streaming business in 2016 is so amazingly bizarre you won’t know whether to scream or laugh.
Comic-Con is here, which means so are all the trailers of this fall’s geek TV shows! Videos galore inside.
The third installment in Sofie’s mini-series about positive female characters in games.
Give me Netflix or give me death! July 3rd, Chicago announced a new tax on online streaming sites–including Netflix and Spotify. Where are the Koch Brothers when you really need them?
Sofie reviews South Park: The Stick of Truth.
Where in the world is Jill Duggar? Much like Carmen Sandiego or Matt Lauer before her, she’s fled the country for parts unknown.
Sofie reviews the 2002 video game Kingdom Hearts.
Well, sometimes when you say “A”, you gotta say “B”.
From FOX News to Reelz, Trump’s defenders aren’t doing the Donald any good. In fact, getting Miss USA back on the air could be one Trump’s worst financial deals ever.
Neil Gaiman’s award-winning fantasy novel American Gods is finally being adapted for television, and the news is good, bad, and ugly. HBO is out of the mix, but the show has a definite god-like ability to keep rising from the dead.
The Wire creator David Simon is teaming up with HBO to bring his trademarked brand of gritty realism to the sex-on-film industry of the 1970s.
Ursa reviews a pop science book on epidemiology and evidence-based medicine that’s fun, accessible, hilarious… and occasionally really scary.
The prettiest game you will ever play.
We’ve heard actors deny it before. “Filming sex scenes are soooo uncomfortable,” they say in interviews as they push their sunglasses over their faces so no one can look into their eyes. “I mean, making out with Ryan Gosling? Or Angelina Jolie? Or both at the same time? Gross! Yuck!”