Matthew Strauss

Matthew Strauss is a writer from Long Island living in Brooklyn. A Columbia University graduate, he is also an Associate Staff Writer at Pitchfork.

Entertainment

Kanye West's 'The Life of Pablo' Is His Best Album

Kanye premiered his newest record at Madison Square Garden. We were there.

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The Best Trivia Accounts on Instagram

'Star Wars' Expanded Universe, Marvel, elephants, and more.

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An Appreciation of Claymation Horror Expert Lee Hardcastle

His work's been on Adult Swim, but it's more than just blood, gore, and clay.

Entertainment

Is Beyoncé Going to Pull Another Beyoncé and Drop a New Album?

It's been nearly three years since she shocked the world. She's poised to do it again.

Entertainment

What Would 'Making a Murderer' Season 2 Look Like?

Netflix's Chief Content Officer hopes that he can repeat his most recent success.

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What Do We Know About Jake Kasdan's New 'Jumanji' Movie?

The Robin Williams classic returns to theaters in a new form this Christmas.

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Science

Artist Plans to Construct Pyramid Using Every VHS Copy of 'Jerry Maguire'

Everything Is Terrible! has undergone the ultimate endurance art project.

Mind and Body

Did 'Man Seeking Woman' Finally Hit Its Wall in "Feather"?

Josh gets another girlfriend, but can't change his tune.

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Culture
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What to Expect From Wiz Khalifa's New Album 'Khalifa'

The Pittsburgh rapper has been famous for awhile, but now he is undeniably massive.

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Innovation

Where Are Steven Avery, Brendan Dassey, Mike Halbach, and Ken Kratz Now?

If they were in 'Making a Murderer,'we ran down their whereabouts. 

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The Best 'South Park' Episode to Re-Watch From Each Season

With 19 seasons and over 260 episodes, it can be hard to parse through the classic animated vulgarity.

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FXX's 'Man Seeking Woman' Morphs Into '3 Men and a Baby' Minus Danson

Jay Baruchel and Eric Andre stretch the boundaries of biology in a cliché-ridden, high concept season debut.