The latest season of the X-Files offers a profound meditation on the nature of prayer – even for those outside the faith!
Imagine if the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was actually awesome. Here’s my vision.
Human genius is not the ability to imagine the untrue, but rather our ability to insist on logic without being restrained by it.
JR. counts down his favorite television shows of 2016.
This week’s picks include some amazing athletes in Rio de Janeiro, J.K. Rowling’s alter-ego, and a tasty beverage to enjoy this summer.
This week’s picks include a Netflix run at Goonies-like nostalgia, one of the best TV pilots you’ll ever see, and a solid true crime flick with Bryan Cranston on the right side of the drug trade.
This week’s picks include Agent Scully as you’ve never seen her before, one of the best literary sequels I’ve read in years, and a return to the ultimate sci-fi universe.
This week’s CWIC PICKS (Clay’s Week In Culture) involve gods, magicians, and one the most epic medieval battle to ever appear on screen.
This week’s CWIC PICKS (Clay’s Week In Culture) involve demons, zombie economics, and one of the finest Canadians of the past century.
After 14 years off air, The X-Files has returned to television with a 6-episode glimpse at where Mulder and Scully are. And don’t worry – the Truth is still out there. The new season (can we call it a season?) features two mythology episodes as bookends – last night’s “My Struggle” and episode 6, “My […]