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If you follow movies, television, music, literature, or other forms of popular entertainment, our blogs will keep you up to speed. Whether your preference is mainstream or alternative culture, we promise interesting perspectives on life and society.
If you’re a movie lover, you’ve definitely heard about Man I Love Films blog. When a bunch of bloggers who run their own successful sites decide to band together, you get a smorgasbord of content dedicated to the art of cinema. The writers love to put together lists, so you can read up on everything from the “Top 5 Horror Sub-Genres” to “Top 10 Movie Car Sidekicks.” In addition to reviews of theatrical and DVD releases, the site also pays special attention to horror and foreign fare. And let’s not forget about their podcasts, weekly contests, and timely cinematic news.
Are you into classic movies? You’ve just found the perfect place for you.The articles found here are well-written and thoughtful, and you’ll find serious discussions of everything from ‘30s sports films to European erotica. Streamline is the official blog of FilmStruck, a new subscription service that offers film aficionados a comprehensive library of films including an eclectic mix of contemporary and classic art house, indie, foreign and cult films.
9GAG has the best funny pics, gifs, videos, gaming, anime, manga, movie, tv, cosplay, sport, food, memes, cute, fail, wtf photos on the internet! It’s a Hong Kong based online platform and social media website. Users upload and share “user-generated content” or other content from external social media websites. It’s your best source of fun!
Cracked.com is a humor website with over 300 million monthly page views. The site was founded in 2005 by Jack O’Brien and it’s filled with funny videos, pics, articles, and a whole bunch of other funny stuff. They offer heaps of facts smothered in humor. They are the professors you wish you had in school; they are Indiana Jones except with less adventures and more sarcasm.
When it comes to overall sites for music, Pitchfork should meet the needs of all of you who enjoy music! Concert and festival dates are meticulously catalogued, and industry news is served up on a daily basis. Their staff lists include both the expected and the downright eclectic, and there are plenty of new tracks and videos to sample. All in all, it’s a paradise for music lovers.
Nowadays, the public’s obsession with celebrity sleaze seems insatiable. The mere fact that gossip websites have been so successful is telling of a simple but unfortunate truth; we see far too little positive stories in today’s media marketplace. Good Celebrity is your best source for positive celebrity news and interviews and it aims to be the catalyst for these stories, and ultimately the ‘go to’ source for philanthropists, Hollywood public relations and good organizations alike.
Epic Fireworks may be a relatively new name in the fireworks industry, but they have traded for over 25 years as Jimmy’s Wholesale Fireworks Ltd. The folks at Epic Fireworks may be hawking their wares, but they also provide an endless stream of news and information about how their products are used. There’s also tons of information on firework safety, amusing failures, and even the fireworks world championship.
Dead-Frog is Todd’s small attempt to raise the bar in how people talk about comedy. Comedy is very binary by nature: funny or not funny. But there are shadings and, with some insight, an appreciation can be found for something that didn’t make you laugh before. Here you will also find plenty of material devoted to stand-up news, such as award shows, industry gossip, and upcoming release dates for albums and books. Whether you’re an aspiring comic looking for sources of inspiration or a would-be heckler seeking your next target, there’s plenty here to keep you amused.
United By Pop is a multi-author pop culture blog uniting everything trending in the United States and the United Kingdom. Unlike other pop culture websites that report on only one country or attempt to cover the entire world, United By Pop celebrates the differences and similarities of the pop cultures scenes in the United Kingdom and the United States. Because of its two-country audience, United By Pop is a great place to promote music, projects, launches, etc. that have growth potential in both locations.
Boing Boring has interesting stories regarding the solar system, and various tech subjects allows the blog to respond to both a wide variety of interests as well as provide a nice balance of fact and entertainment. It’s a group’s top choice for dependable, sheer entertainment week after week, month after month.