No sex, no drugs, but still rock and roll, the Straight Edge movement is covered from stem to stern in Tony Rettman’s latest book, ‘Straight Edge: A Clear-Headed Hardcore Punk History.’
The Ranger occupies that sweet spot where it could have come out anytime in the last three or four decades and will likely still feel as fresh thirty years from now.
To celebrate Robert Plant’s 70th birthday, the staff of Biff Bam Pop! is creating a Plant Playlist, featuring videos and memories of our favourite songs that have featured his inimitable vocals.
Where the hell was I last week? Eh…don’t worry about it. I’m back now, with most of my sanity intact. So, what the hell is going on in the Week in Horror?
Biff Bam Pop! Kids is back with a brand new episode! This time, we watch as the Princess goes about unwrapping a medium-sized Pikmi Pop!
Can feminists of differing ages and cultures understand one another? Where are the disconnects? What can we learn from each other? Who tends to shy away from identifying with the “f” word, and who embraces it?
Well, I wouldn’t call it an insane weekend at the box office, but it was still a successful one for Crazy Rich Asians, which debut in first place.
This weekend, things will likely be crazy at movies theaters , as Crazy Rich Asians looks to claim the top spot at the box office.
Biff Bam Pop staff and contributors share their thoughts on the voice and the influence of the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
There is a lot to love and admire when watching Disney’s Christopher Robin, yet Scotty G never felt the film was clicking on all cylinders.
We’ve got a chance for you to win one of two copies of Iain Reid’s new book, Foe, which is available now from Simon and Schuster.
It’s social media and superheroes in this week’s installment of Heroes & Villains, as E.A. Henson looks at Crowded #1 from Image and Sequart’s Humans and Paragons: Essays on Super-Hero Justice.