It’s official: The holidays are upon us. With the season of giving in full swing, films with a holiday flair are turning up in theaters across the globe. This season marks the return of a Christmas favorite in the form of Billy Bob Thornton as everyone’s favorite “Bad Santa”. Bad Santa 2 debuted in theaters […]
For over 40 years, Saturday Night Live has been bringing us hilarious and memorable characters that branch out into the occasional Halloween costume. From the Spartan Cheerleaders to Wayne’s World, to The Coneheads or even Chris Farley’s iconic motivational speaker and traveling salesman, Matt Foley who lives in a van by the river — SNL has […]
The summer is one of the best times of the year to take in a podcast while lounging under that beach umbrella. Okay, so that’s not a real piece of data as it’s more or less a sentimental season to me. But you see, I heard my first ever podcast in 2009 and can remember it […]
You wake up. Your insides feel like gravel, your mouth like you have been sucking on a dry sponge. You know you need water, but the thought of lifting your head to hydrate is too much to bear. You lay motionless for a few minutes longer, half hoping you will fall back asleep, half trying […]
Finding out that you as a couple are pregnant is undoubtedly one of the best and scariest moments of your life. You begin to ask yourself all sorts of questions like, “Will I be good as a parent?” and “Who should I tell?” However, it’s important to know that the second that line appears on […]
If you made me sit down and make a list of things I found to be comforting (as opposed to things I’m afraid of because that list was not fun to make,) I’m pretty sure it would be a very normal list. My fleece blanket would be on that list, as would a hot cup […]
What are you currently binge watching? Whether it’s old comedies or a new dramatic series, there’s no shortage of TV shows to binge watch. My 94 year old Grandma who just watched eight episodes of Downton Abbey, or my 3 1/2 year old niece whose binging through Dora The Explorer will also tell you there is no age limit to this […]
What does it take to help raise awareness for men’s health issues? This month at The Hudsucker, our gentlemen took part in the Movember movement with hopes to start a conversation on men’s health by coming together and sharing with readers their thoughts and experiences with growing a ‘stache, and why it’s so important to open up the dialogue on men’s health.
I’m the type of person who observes a lot. Or I try to. But when I do so, I often times hear Andre the Giant in the back of my head pointing at people and saying “I don’t think that means what you think it means.” For instance, I follow a Bill Hader appreciation blog on Tumblr, and the blogger was putting together GIF collages of different SNL cast members and titling the post things like “Kristen Wig Meme 1/14”, and it got me thinking, that that’s not what my definition of meme is.
If you’re staying in tonight with your loved one or are on your own and ordering in from your favorite pizza joint while hibernating from the dreaded winter weather, here are fourteen (because of the blessed occasion) films that will please both sexes on Valentine’s Day!
“My favorite comedy is where nothing is achieved and there is no point.” – Conan O’Brien – Interesting words coming from late night talk show host, Conan O’Brien because there is a point—at least to the countless viewers around the world. Perhaps the gag is pointless, but the meaning behind it has never been.
I live in the Kansas City area and in these parts there are a few truths that define us. First, we have the best BBQ in the world. Ignore what anyone else says. Kansas City BBQ is where it’s at. Second, we love our sports teams passionately. So passionately that we have “Red Friday” anytime […]
Each year, the Scottish capitol of Edinburgh is host to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe; also known as the World’s largest art and comedy festival. Over the next week, The Hudsucker’s Drew Bryce will take you on a tour of some of the biggest acts, and some of the places you have to go see. Also, […]
Easter every year marks a special place in our holiday season. Not only is it a holiday that is light, easy-going and brings families together, but it also takes place at the end of March when spring is really coming into bloom. I’ve taken a look at the traditions of Easter, and some new ones […]