In a special edition of the NoTicketSports Podcast, Joe Bianchino and Jeffrey Simpson Day preview this year’s Oscars – talking through each of the year’s ‘Best Picture’ nominees, picking their personal winners in the big categories, and giving out some off-beat awards, too. Click the link to download or check out iTunes.
Everyone has their favorite Christmas movie, but if you could only watch one for the rest of your life, which would it be? We discuss.
A friend of mine’s favorite joke is to say that whatever was just mentioned is why the terrorists hate us. The Real Housewives of Orange County? It’s why the terrorists hate us. A bacon and cheese sandwich with fried chicken as the bun? It’s why the terrorists hate us. Five and a half hours
In this latest edition of the NoTicketSports Podcast, Joe Bianchino and Jeffrey Simpson Day sit down to preview the Oscars. They break down all eight Best Picture nominees, and out their own awards.
Everything you’re about to read is ridiculous. I know that’s not the best way to start an article I’d like you to read, but I feel I must be upfront about it, and truthfully, everything you’re about to read is, really, honestly, ridiculous – because speculating on a two and a half hour feature
In celebration of “Back to the Future” Day, the day in which Doc and Marty arrived in the future during Part II, the NoTicketSports staff looks into BTTF’s place among other great cinematic trilogies.
Sometimes I find myself wondering how the events of my youth would have changed if I had, then, the technology I have now. Would my friends and I have been closer with text messaging? Or would we have been oddly distanced by the ever-present pull of our electronic devices? Might I have made trouble
As I begin this column, it’s 10:15 PM, and we’re almost two hours into the 87th annual Oscars. Normally, I’d wait until after the show actually ended to begin my recap article – maybe sleep on it and wake up the next morning to write about it then. Tonight, though, I feel pretty comfortable
Forgive me, my memories of 1997 are a little hazy. It was a strange time for me. I was waaaaaay into reading crappy sci-fi/fantasy novels for no readily apparently reason other than the fact that someone had gone through the trouble of writing them. Or, in the case of David Eddings, that he had
We all know about the meanings of Christmas. We know about the hope and the joy and the giving and the love and the family and the friends and the actual intended, sacred meaning of the holiday.