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Film & TV

Blood of Zeus: An Exciting Addition to Netflix's Adult Animation

The show holds nothing back when it comes to spectacle and style, yet lacks in character development.

by ASHNA YAKOOB

'The Mandalorian' Season 2 Episode 2 Review: "The Passenger"

Mando and Baby Yoda's newest side quest involves frog eggs, ice, and a whole lot of spiders.

by CAYLEN DAVID

Watching ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’ Today and Taking the Good with the Bad

Those Were The Days丨Being a feminist makes it hard to get through older television shows, but doesn’t make great comedy writing any less timeless.

by JULIA POLSTER

A Very Unusual Macy’s Parade for a Very Unusual Thanksgiving

The Macy's Parade is going to be a lot different this year—but there's still a lot to be thankful for.

by JULIA POLSTER

What Happens When Network Television Tries to Tackle the Pandemic?

What’s the value of dramatizing COVID–19 when we’re still watching it unfold in the real world?

by MEG GLADIEUX

The "Bachelorette" Must Go On: Episode 5 Recap

Petty guy drama, cute one–on–ones, and Chris Harrison shenanigans—this is what The Bachelorette is supposed to be about. 

by CHRISTIANA GUAN

'The Mandalorian' Season Two: First Impressions

Exploring the return of the gunslinging bounty hunter in the new series premiere

by CAYLEN DAVID

'The Batman' Will Be Different—and Great

Examining the upcoming reboot of the Caped Crusader, and why it looks promising for DC Films

by CAYLEN DAVID

Vintage Murder Mystery Comedies are Few, but Funny

Those Were The Days│A review of the two films that comprise my favorite genre, vintage murder mystery comedies.

by JULIA POLSTER

‘The Witches’ Is Not Just Bad, It’s Deeply Problematic

The film demonizes differences when it should be celebrating them. 

by AIDAH QURESHI

Talking to Brennan Lee Mulligan About His DnD Show, 'Dimension 20'

The let's play show is back for another season—and its creator is putting an anti–capitalist spin on the board game.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

‘Star Trek,’ Syncopes, and the Hypothetical Fall of America

Season three of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ emphasizes a warning that has been present in the franchise for over fifty years.

by JULIA POLSTER

'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm:' A Review

Classic Sacha Baron Cohen, but not classic Borat

by CAYLEN DAVID

Why 'Get Out' is Worth a Second Watch Three Years Later

More subtleties are uncovered with each viewing

by ARIELLE STANGER

The "Bachelorette" Must Go On: Episode 4 Recap

New drinking game: Take a shot every time Chris Harrison says unprecedented. 

by CHRISTIANA GUAN

Alex Trebek Was America's Favorite Teacher

How the recent loss of the beloved 'Jeopardy!' host affects the entire nation. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

The Exterminating Angel: The Creepiest Horror Movie You’ve Never Seen

Those Were The Days | 60 years late, this film is still thrilling—and eerily similar the reality of 2020.

by JULIA POLSTER

Here's Everything That's Wrong With 'The Shining'

A director that enforces "all work, no play" makes for a pretty racist—and boring—movie. 

by ASHNA YAKOOB

Streaming: An Industry of Its Own?

The global pandemic has placed streaming in the spotlight—and it's very expensive.

by CAYLEN DAVID

Three Great Serious Movies for Comedy Fans

The past 25 years have allowed for retrospection on the complicated lives of famous figures of the 1970s' comedy explosion.

by JULIA POLSTER

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