Review: ‘Swarm’ Attempts to Explore the Ramifications of Fandom Culture

In 2000, rapper Eminem released “Stan,” one of his most iconic tracks featuring Dido. The music video featured Devon Sawa as an obsessed fan who went to extreme lengths to get the attention of his favorite rapper. The success of the song coined the term “Stan” to refer to anyone […]

Review: ‘Scream VI’ Takes Viewers Down Memory Lane in the Gory New Installment

Photo by: Philippe Bossé/Paramount PicturesDating back to 1996, the Scream franchise written by Kevin Williamson and directed by Wes Craven (until 2011) asked fans what their favorite scary movie was while holding up a mirror to the cliché horror tropes that made people fall in love with the genre in […]

Review: ‘You’ Season 4: Part 1 Places Joe Goldberg in London Amid a Deadly Whodunit

The antipacated fourth season of Netflix’s hit series You returned to the streaming platform on Thursday, February 9, and for the first time since the show became a Netflix Original series (You initially debuted on Lifetime in 2018) the season is split into two parts. You season 4 part 2 […]

Review: The End of the World is A Slow Burn in M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Knock at the Cabin’

There are many theories about what happens when the end of the world is imminent. Who would you want to spend it with? Where would you go? But what if you were faced with an impossible dilemma to prevent the apocalypse from happening all together? In M. Night Shyamalan’s Knock […]

Review: Natasha Lyonne Solves Strange Crimes as The Intuitive Charlie Cale in Peacock’s ‘Poker Face’

Rian Johnson has solidified himself as a modern-day murder mystery king. With the success of his Oscar nominated films Knives Out (2019) and Glass Onion (2022), Johnson made his television series debut with his creation of the Peacock Original Poker Face. The 10-part mystery series premiered Thursday, January 26 on […]

Review: ‘Extraordinary’ is the Superhero Show We Didn’t Know We Needed

Think of the most ridiculous superpowers one could have and you might just find these in the new Disney+/Hulu original series Extraordinary which premiered on January 25th. At a time where pop culture is saturated with superhero related content, Extraordinary may be easy to overlook, but it should be at […]

Review: ‘That ‘90s Show’ Brings Viewers Back to Point Place, Wisconsin in Hilarious Spin-Off

That ’90s Show. Photo by: Patrick Wymore/Netflix From 1998–2006 we were hanging out down the street in Point Place, Wisconsin while watching That ‘70s Show. Created by Mark Brazill, Bonnie Turner, and Terry Turner, the series followed a group of teenage friends and their comical mishaps while living in 1970s […]

Review: ‘White Noise:’ Noah Baumbach Highlights Fear of Death in Dark Comedy

This review contains minor spoilers.Noah Baumbach’s 12th feature film, White Noise, sees the Academy-Award nominated filmmaker branch out in new directions. Based on the 1985 novel of the same title by Don DeLillo, White Noise marks the first adaptation for Baumbach. The novel is considered by many as a definitive […]

Review: ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Brings More Laughs & Puzzling Mayhem to the Murder-Mystery Franchise

A new mystery must be solved by famed Southern detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) in the Rian Johnson written and directed film Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery which premiered on Netflix on Friday, December 23. The anticipated follow up to Johnson’s 2019 hit film Knives Out features an all-star […]

Review: ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’: Emma Corrin & Jack O’Connell Synergize in Steamy New Adaptation

Adaptations. Remakes. We are far too familiar with these in the world of entertainment. It seems every week there’s an announcement of a new movie, tv series, or book adaptation or remake in the works. So when I learned in March 2021 that D. H. Lawrence’s classic 1928 novel Lady […]