National Review’s Critic-at-large Kyle Smith joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss movies, television, and this year’s Academy Awards.
A plan to increase baseball’s entertainment value and adapt the game to our ever-shortening attention spans. The future of the sport depends on it!
Willingness to subsume guitar virtuosity in service to the song will, ironically, be essential to guitarists regaining the cultural spotlight.
Audiences tend to like the hero’s journey, not moviemakers who bludgeon audiences over the heads with morals and forced progressivism.
Liam Neeson has built a career on wielding guns in Hollywood-created action movies, but he still demonizes gun owners and manufacturers.
Hosted by Megan Mullally, the Screen Actors Guild Awards seemed to lack the laughter-free awkwardness that has been pervasive early in the 2019 awards season.
This podcast should be fantastic. The premise of a charismatic comedian experiencing many of these treasured movies for the first time held promise.
The most important answer to Hannah Gadsby’s groundbreaking ‘Nanette’ came quietly from Ellen DeGeneres in ‘Relatable,’ the comedian’s new stand-up special.
Andrew Heaton joins the Federalist Radio Hour to recap 2018, and make predictions for what this year’s political and cultural conversations will hold.
On the big and small screens, new storytelling is losing its ability to saturate our culture and promote shared values.
Following Kevin Hart’s departure, many names have surfaced as possible replacements, but let me save the Academy time and show why they are disqualified as not politically correct enough.
The world has lost a master. Ricky Jay’s knowledge of the craft and dedication to learning is unlikely to ever be matched by another magician.
Washington Post writer David Betancourt joins Federalist Radio to discuss the work of Stan Lee and big changes in the superhero entertainment industry.
Only a city as bankrupt as Democrats have made Chicago needs to tax ever last living thing it can possibly find. This time, that’s electronic entertainment.
While it may be indisputable that the media can’t win a cage match against the president, it’s certainly worth exploring why.
Peter Suderman talks “The Haunting of Hill House,” and binge-worthy horror movies to watch this Halloween on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Need a new show to binge? Ellie Bufkin and Ben Domenech discuss the good and bad of what’s been coming out of Hollywood, Netflix, and streaming platforms lately.
‘Play by Play’ probably best represents the network’s campaign to make dudes feel okay about having an informed opinion on Vicki Gunvalson’s ‘pattern of loving unavailable men.’
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