Movie Review: Dunkirk

When the credits roll on Christopher Nolan's latest film - a cinematic experience that brings the full scale of the Battle of Dunkirk to the big screen for the first time - the audience is left speechless. Unlike nearly all of his other films, it's not because you're trying Read more

Dream-Casting a Live-Action Little Mermaid for Disney

Perhaps no task is more difficult for a studio than casting a well-known franchise to match the sky-high expectations of fans. From novels to comic books to animated film remakes, Hollywood has had mixed results with the task; some have spent the big bucks to get the demanded stars, Read more

Best Movies of 2016: The 3rd Annual Groucho Awards

Welcome to the Third Annual Groucho Awards! This is my own platform to nominate and award the movies of my choosing, because it seems that far too often, the movies with the biggest campaigns get Oscar nominations and the little guys are left out in the cold. This year Read more

A compelling case that Corinne is six-years-old, and other Bachelor nonsense

  Written by: @jeremywilson412 In the words of Chris Harrison, "Coming up on this week's episode (recap) of The Bachelor..." The ladies receive their first real test, we pause to remember those we lost this week, I present a theory about Corinne that is bulletproof, and we discuss the contenders and pretenders. But Read more

I was not going to write about The Bachelor, but then...

(Written by: @JeremyWilson412) I wasn’t going to write about The Bachelor this year, but then a girl showed up in a shark costume convinced it was a dolphin costume. I wasn’t going to write about The Bachelor this year, but then a girl showed up who hooked up with Nick at Read more

What I Learned about Chris Pratt's Faith

Most of us have loved Chris Pratt since we first met him as Andy Dwyer on Parks and Rec. Then he made his dramatic debuts in Academy Award Best Picture nominees Moneyball and Zero Dark Thirty. The latter revealed that he could be an action star, so it came as no surprise Read more


Bright Spots: Memphis QB Plays Piano Duet at St. Jude

Posted on by Joseph Williams in Bright Spots, Featured, Football, Sports | Leave a comment

karam on piano st. jude

I’ll be honest… it’s been a tough few years to be a Memphis Tigers football fan. Ever since DeAngelo Williams left to the NFL, there haven’t been many wins and there’s been some coaching changes. It’s corresponded with my full-fledged baptism as a Vanderbilt Commodores football fan, which also started out with some rough patches and speed bumps as I learned about the heartbreak that comes with that. BUT THEN JAMES FRANKLIN ARRIVED and Vandy football has become a force to be reckoned with.

But that’s not what this post today is about. Today’s post is about a Bright Spot that reminds me what makes Memphis so great: heart. The team bounced back last season with a new coach and new starting QB, Jacob Karam. And this YouTube video of Jacob playing the piano and singing a duet with a St. Jude patient has gone viral.

And as things get dusty in the man cave as you watch this, remember what makes Memphis so wonderful as a city and the Memphis Tigers so easy to cheer for, through good times and bad. It’s heart.

National Signing Daze

Posted on by Warner Russell in Featured, Football, Sports | 1 Comment

Ole Miss

Boy howdy am I excited to be an Ole Miss Rebel today. Yesterday we inked what many think is the best football recruiting class in the university’s long history, and hopefully that is just the beginning of a rise to prominence (read: not sucking too bad) in the SEC.

But as I look over how my day progressed yesterday, it makes me stop and wonder about the recruiting process as a whole. How it unfolds, how it affects the players, coaches, fans, and how it is intensified by the domination of Twitter. Read more

20 Tips For Surviving A Coaching Change

Posted on by Clayton Martin in Featured, Football, Sports | 1 Comment

In today’s college football landscape no coaching position is ever secure. As of today, there are four open head coaching jobs at SEC schools. And as someone who went through three coaches during his four years at the University of Tennessee, I feel like a bit of a veteran on the matter. So I’m here to shed a little light on all the things you will hear soon if you haven’t already. Also thanks to Jeremy Wilson for his input! Read more

Thanksgiving Day NFL Games for Dummies

Posted on by Jeremy Wilson in Featured, Football, Guest Spots, Sports | Leave a comment

It’s that special day where we all gather around the table, stuff our faces with turkey, and praise the invention of the elastic waistband. After eating and putting on our favorite pair of stretchy pants comes the real feast— three NFL games: Houston at Detroit as an appetizer, Washington (the fighting RG3’s) at Dallas (the fighting disappointments) for the main entrée, then New England at the New York Jets for dessert. Whether you are a football fan or not, you know you will end up watching some portion of these games, and I’m here to help. Here is a preview of what’s happening inside and outside the lines during the three game feast tomorrow. Read more

A Message to Vol Fans on the Dooley Dilemma

Posted on by Clayton Martin in Featured, Football, Sports | 2 Comments

Derek Dooley may very well be gone at the end of this season. To be truthful, many people didn’t even expect him to last as long as he has when he took over. However, amidst all the bickering over his fate, people need to recognize that this is not a gloom and doom situation. Given what he inherited, he has done a hell of a job in every part of the coaching job besides winning. Read more

Monday Morning Mailbag – Political Ads, Korean defectors, AND MORE!

Posted on by Joseph Williams in Baseball, Featured, Football, Misc. TV, Politics, Television | Leave a comment

It’s Monday morning. You’re back to school or work after a weekend of football, family, friends, and all sorts of other fun. Today probably isn’t so much fun. That’s where the Monday Mailbag comes in!

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