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Popculturology was launched to celebrate pop culture and how it brings people together. While other sites exist to mock movies and TV shows, Popculturology deeply loves what it covers and wants to be the place people who love pop culture just as much go for news and updates.

If you're looking for the latest on pop culture, movie trailers, box office numbers, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Star Wars, TV shows, Saturday Night Live and LEGO, this is your place.

You can follow Popculturology on Twitter at @pop_culturology, like us on Facebook and reach us by email at

Editorial staff

Bill Kuchman
Founder and editor in chief of Popculturology
Some people say that it's possible to watch too much TV, spend too much money at movie theaters or even own way too many DVDs and Blu-rays. Bill Kuchman thinks those people have no idea what they're talking about. In fact, if those people really think that, why are they even on this website? Seriously. Some people ...

To be a pretend movie critic or an imaginary pop culture expert (actually, aren't all pop culture experts imaginary?), one would need a resumé to back that claim up. Well, Bill has seen an estimated 1,000 movies (including every film nominated for the Oscar for Best Picture several years running), watches at least a dozen hours of TV a week, devours books and graphic novels, and has a bizarre knowledge of everything you would never need to know about pop culture.

Bill previously believed that Boy Meets World would be the template for how his life would play out, but has since moved onto using How I Met Your Mother for that purpose. During HIMYM's eighth season, Bill wrote extensively about the show for and became one of the Internet's leading HIMYM conspiracy theorists.

If anyone has a contact with VH1, please let them know that Bill's dream of making it to the World Series of Pop Culture was crushed when the network failed to renew the show. He swears that he would've won though. And there's no way anyone can prove otherwise now. Your move, VH1.

You can follow him on Twitter at @billkuchman to get even more obsessively up-to-date thoughts.

Charlie Bielinski
Popculturology columnist
When he was 13 years old, Charlie Bielinski would routinely make the 26-mile round trip on his BMX bicycle to pick up his weekly comics with his friends. The 17-year-old Charlie started making the trip by car, and when 24-year-old Charlie moved to West Palm Beach, Fla., one of the first things he did after moving into his new apartment was drive around until he found a comic book store. In his 17-year teaching career, Charlie has found ways to incorporate Buffy, The Vampire Slayer and The Long Kiss Goodnight into his classroom lessons.

When not consuming as many comic books, novels, films and television shows as he possibly can, Charlie can be found in his free time training as a competitive powerlifter.

You can follow Charlie at @chazb54 on Twitter to find out what films and TV series are best to watch on the elliptical. Except on 16 Sundays during the year when his tweets become angry Buffalo Bills rants.

Eric Stevens
Lego correspondent
Eric Stevens has gained international fame for his custom LEGO creations, including takes on Downton Abbey, Seinfeld and Community.

You can follow him on Twitter at @EricStevensINO for thoughts on Lego and custom builds.

Tim Kuchman
Copy editor

You can follow him on Twitter at @timkuchman, but he'll probably just retweet stuff about the Red Sox.
ABOUT POPCULTUROLOGY Reviewed by Bill Kuchman on 7/12/2015 Rating: 5

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