Steven James Snyder

I'm an Assistant Managing Editor at, overseeing digital editorial coverage. When not staring at a computer screen, I'm obsessed with both the worlds of film and television (I was a film critic in a previous life), and the ways in which technology is redefining the realm of visual arts. If you're obsessed with Kubrick, Malick, Aronofsky, Tarsem, Walter White, Cormac McCarthy, Bon Iver, Steve Reich, Jon Stewart and New Zealand, I'm your man. Reach me at

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Three Cheers for Anthony Bourdain

During long holiday weekends like this, I invariably find myself scanning through my DVR archive, catching up on all the shows I’ve taped and then forgotten about. There are four programs I basically record en masse: Ramsey’s Kitchen Nightmares (the British version), It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (still catching up with early …

Larry King Resigns: What's in Store for 9 p.m.?

Talk about an ironic sign of the times: Ninety minutes before he was to go on the air Tuesday night, 76-year-old Larry King chose to announce his primetime resignation via Twitter. Yes, after thousands of shows spanning 25 years, after millions of words heard through car radios and television screens, it all came down to 72 characters …

Anything You'd Like to Know About Don Draper?

We’re only a couple weeks away from the July 25 return of Mad Men, so what better time to get back into the rhythm of debating the actions, motivations and true lies of Don Draper. TIME is just about to interview Jon Hamm about the show’s new season. Is there anything you want to know? Questions you’re dying to have answered. Just click here.

Saturday Musings: 3 Random (But Great) Weekend Picks

It’s been a fun week, interjecting on Jim’s behalf, but I do believe our fearless hero is returning in just a couple days, so my brief tenure has come to an end. Party’s over, and I’ll make my way to the exit.

But if you’ll permit me a final, random post, I’d love to toss three items at you, as suggestions for archive …

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