Throwback Tunes: The Alan Parsons Project – Sirius

Throwback Tunes is a special segment on BoomPopMedia where we will take a look at a classic song of some kind. Classic is defined loosely and is pretty much just Continue Reading →

Elysium: A Review

Elysium is the latest film from the director of District 9, Neill Blomkamp, and he has ultimately created a very similar film. Elysium deals with many of the same themes Continue Reading →

Vampire Weekend Report: Evidently Bill Clinton did a better cover too.

As mentioned previously, Vampire Weekend did a cover of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” and it was terrible. Well evidently Baracksdubs on YouTube decided that Bill Clinton needed to do a Continue Reading →

Royal Report: Royal Baby – BBC tells us the latest…

Evening, Baby Birds! As I’ve mentioned before, I couldn’t possibly care less about the royal baby being born, but since everyone else is talking about it, BoomPopMedia has to. It’s Continue Reading →

reddit report: A royal heir has been born!

The reddit report is a recurring segment here at BoomPopMedia where we take the most interesting threads and findings from reddit and report them here with our own commentary. We Continue Reading →

Dead Man Down: A Review

With Dead Man Down now out on DVD, I can finally actually write this review and pretend that it’s reasonably timely. Niels Arden Oplev has made a film that wound Continue Reading →

Sir Bradrey Whitebeard: A Showcase

Many of you precious Baby Birds may not be aware of this, but today is actually a very special day: it is Sir Bradrey Whitebeard’s birthday! He turned like 619,000 Continue Reading →

Nixon before the Supreme Court

While normally I don’t generally discuss boring class things on BoomPopMedia, this article was fascinating and I couldn’t help but show it: Robert Nedelkoff at the Nixon Foundation wrote this Continue Reading →

On Book Collecting and a Digression on the Physical Book

Once I sold my 2004 Ford Taurus Station wagon, I thought I had no foreseeable milestone to achieve. You see, I had reached 280,000 miles (30-some thousand miles driven by Continue Reading →

Much Ado About Nothing: A Review

Shakespeare is freaking hard to read.  That’s just the honest truth. Even if you consider yourself really really smart, you don’t have a natural ear for Old English because, well, Continue Reading →