Real World: Season 32 Returns to Seattle for 'Bad Blood'

Things are getting real at MTV. The 32nd season of its Real World TV series, Real World Seattle: Bad Blood, premieres on MTV, Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 10:00pm Et/Pt. MTV says the show is about ...

The Real World Is Headed Back to Seattle – Find Out the Theme and Meet the Roommates!

The Real World Is Headed Back to Seattle – Find Out the Theme and Meet the Roommates! There's bad blood between this set of roommates! On the upcoming season of MTV's Real World Seattle: Bad Blood, seven strangers move into an upscale loft in the city's Capitol Hill neighborhood with ...

Meet the Real World Seattle: Bad Blood Season 32 Roommates!

Meet the Real World Seattle: Bad Blood Season 32 Roommates! There's bad blood between this set of roommates! On the upcoming season of MTV's Real World Seattle: Bad Blood, seven strangers move into an upscale loft in the city's Capitol Hill neighborhood with ...

Awesome Mix Tape Volume 5: Best Soundtracks & Scores of 2014

Back in August, I released a mix tape consisting of the best tracks, from the best movie soundtracks and best scores of the first half of 2014. This here, is the entire mix consisting of the best ...

Awesome Mix Tape Volume 4: Best Soundtracks & Scores of 2014 (Part One)

I’m back with another mix tape, only this time the compilation consists solely of the best music from movies released in 2014 (January to the end of August). As per usual, I’ve also included some fun ...

A Surrealist Red Herring: Luis Buñuel’s "That Obscure Object of Desire"

That Obscure Object Of Desire screens tonight at Bam as part of their Buñuel retrospective, July 11 - August 14). Pauline Kael may have dubbed David Lynch “the first popular surrealist,” but the ...

Bring on the blood-spattered bodies – the Tories are in power

Perhaps it's only natural that horror's rise in popularity – in film as well as books – tends to mirror that of the Conservative party In May 2001, Margaret Thatcher gave a speech to a gathering of ...

Suicide Scrawl: Nicholas Ray's "We Can’t Go Home Again"

“I didn’t know who to believe—my parents or the television set.” — We Can’t Go Home Again ('73 cut) “On the one hand, Ray has a knack for disrupting smooth sequences with odd interpolations… a sense ...