Woe Is (Not) Me: A Review of Netflix’s Wednesday
This review contains major spoilers. Proceed with caution. Our introduction to Wednesday (Jenna Ortega) begins with revenge
Midnights 3 A.M. – A Review
Taylor Swift released her new album, Midnights, on Friday, October 21st. A few days after the album was released, she released 7 new songs, which she called the “3 AM tracks.” She combined her original 13 songs and her 7 new ones to make an album called Midnights (3 AM edition). Here is a review of her new 7 tracks.
A Deep Dive into Midnights by Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift breaks Billboard history with her new album Midnights, covering the entire Billboard Top 10 just one week after release. Midnights, Swift’s 10th album, covers her story across “thirteen sleepless nights”.
Do Revenge: Fun, Drama, and You’ve Guessed It, Revenge
Netflix’s new Do Revenge seems to follow yet another narrative of adults playing teens in high school, cliches, and wild storylines. And maybe it is — but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s bad.
My Take on Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
Personally, I have many thoughts about the new Dahmer series. I would like to say that Evan Peters did such an amazing job portraying such a bone-chilling and complex person. He is absolutely fantastic, and there are many times when you're forced to stop the show just to say, wow….this really happened.
Everything Everywhere All At Once: Why Rocks Made Me Cry
By Pen Fang This review contains spoilers for Everything Everywhere All At Once. Though it’s been a while since the film’s release, Everything Everywhere All At...
The Return of K-Con: The Fourth Generation of K-Pop Blazes On
After two years of virtual concerts mid-pandemic, KCON has returned to the big stage, starting with LA. The largest K-Pop convention celebrated its 10 year anniversary this year, with stunning performances to highlight the big night.
Mitski’s Laurel Hell: A Soft Goodbye
By Pen Fang Mitski is back. After a 4 year hiatus after her last album Be the Cowboy — after which she stated she would be...
Review: Don’t Look Up (Netflix)
By Thza Kanapathipillai Don’t Look Up is a clever, disaster satire of our distracted, divided America. It’s a warning of the consequences of waiting too...
Grendel: A Villain Reimagined
By Seth Gellman When you think of a villain, you probably first think of the classic antagonists like Darth Vader, Hannibal Lecter, the Joker, and...