John Szieff

Bad Bunny’s Third-Annual Valentine’s Day Video Proves His Artistic Growth

Bad Bunny’s Third-Annual Valentine’s Day Video Proves His Artistic Growth


“Ignorantes” marks the third single by Bad Bunny—the stage name of the highly eclectic and popular Puerto Rican trap and reggaeton star, Benito Martinez—for his upcoming album, and his first collaboration with Afro-Panamanian singer, Sech. This is el conejo malo’s first move following his Super Bowl Halftime Show appearance with Shakira, giving audiences a taste…

Halftime’s <i>Game of Thrones</i> Recap: Season 7

Halftime’s Game of Thrones Recap: Season 7


Halftime continues with our Game of Thrones recaps in preparation for the release of season eight on Sunday, April 14. Here is our recap of season seven. Warning: This post contains spoilers for the seventh season of Game of Thrones Episode 1 – Dragonstone In a dramatic return, Arya (Maisie Williams), wearing Walder Frey’s face,…

<i>Greta</i> Flops Between Psycho and Silly

Greta Flops Between Psycho and Silly


There are two types of horror movies worth seeing: those that are done so well that they genuinely terrify you, and those that are done so poorly that you cannot stop laughing. Greta falls into neither of these categories. While Neil Jordan, the director, accomplishes a small degree of terror through jumpscares and gore, the…

The Tea About Chuck E. Cheese’s Pizza

The Tea About Chuck E. Cheese’s Pizza


Well, Shane Dawson’s done it again. If you’re not familiar with the 30-year-old YouTuber, Dawson gained popularity in the late 2000s on the video-sharing site doing pop culture-related, highly click baited skits. Now, the YouTuber has transitioned to spooky conspiracy videos and tea-spilling documentary series, earning him over 20 million subscribers, making him the 74th…

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