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Film & TV

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

The Bachelorette Must Go On: Episode 3 Recap

It’s the Clare and Dale show now. 

by CHRISTIANA GUAN

'The Boys in the Band': A Fine Remake, Even if Nobody Needed It

Some things just can't be remade.

by ASHNA YAKOOB

"Ratched": A Beautiful Horror

Exploring the visual appeal of the new Netflix original, and how it speaks to the aesthetic potential of horror.

by CAYLEN DAVID

"The Invisible Man": Then vs Now

When you compare the 2020 reboot to the 1933 original of "The Invisible Man," it's clear the original reigns superior.

by CAYLEN DAVID

Amber Ruffin Is Bringing The Best Elements Of Television’s Past Into The 21st Century

'The Amber Ruffin Show' combines old–school charm with new–school ideas.

by JULIA POLSTER

Tired of Doomscrolling? Watch This on Election Day Instead.

Here's what Street's watching to keep sane as the polls close.

by 34TH STREET and ASHNA YAKOOB

What Film & TV Watched this Spooktober

Our suggestions for what you should watch this Halloween.

by 34TH STREET and ASHNA YAKOOB

9 Movies to Watch This Halloween If You’re Looking for More Than a Cheap Thrill

Jump scares and gore will always be staples of the horror genre, but these psychological thrillers will linger in your mind.

by ARIELLE STANGER

'Emily in Paris': It's a Great Show if You Don't Take it Seriously

Despite its faults, the show makes me long for new adventures. 

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

Over a Decade Later, ‘Glee’ is Still at Its Best when It’s Trying Less

The iconoclast series shines when its characters sing more and lecture less.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

The 'Bachelorette' Must Go On: Episode 2 Recap

Ah–therapy sessions and strip dodgeball, just another episode of the 'Bachelorette' set under quarantine.

by CHRISTIANA GUAN

A Review of CollegeHumor's Streaming Service: Dropout

Yeah, it's weird for an internet sensation like CollegeHumor to have their own streaming service. But its original content is worth a subscription.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

To Fans Boycotting 'Star Trek: Lower Decks:' The Haters Will Be the Biggest Fans

The animated show from the brains behind 'Rick and Morty' is everything fans of the franchise have asked for, but they won't give it a fair chance.

by JULIA POLSTER

How Conan O’Brien Was My Friend When I Needed One The Most

Here's how a podcast helped me get through the difficult college application process.

by JULIA POLSTER

'Cuties' is Really That Bad

The Netflix film inappropirately sexualizes young children. 

by AIDAH QURESHI

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