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Film & TV

Revisiting Harmony Korine’s 'Spring Breakers'

Korine just released his newest film, 'The Beach Bum,' but does his controversial 2012 release deserve to be a cult classic?

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Five Fan Theories for 'Game of Thrones' Season Eight

The final season of the beloved series premieres April 14—here's what the fans think will happen.

by SOPHIA SCHULZ-RUSNACKO

Hulu's 'The Act': A Horrifying Retelling of True Events

Maybe mother doesn't know best?

by CALISTA LOPEZ

'Us' Review: Jordan Peele Forces Audiences to Look in the Mirror

Jordan Peele’s second feature is no 'Get Out'. But it’s a noble effort all the same.

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Everything You Need to Know about Netflix Changes this April

Here are the notable titles that are joining and leaving the site. 

by ANA HALLMAN

Don’t Miss Classic Movie Essentials at the Ritz Five this April

Get out to Old City to catch classic film showings at everyone’s favorite indie theater.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Growing Up Through Film

On never aging out of coming–of–age. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

Double Threat: Spring Fling Headliner Miguel Acts, Too

Before you get Flung, check out these two films featuring Miguel.  

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Anticipating Season 2 of ‘On My Block’

Returning to the show right before season 2 lands. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

'The Hummingbird Project' is a Good Movie—If You Make it to the End

Jesse Eisenberg and Alexander Skarsgård star in this drama that is about as entertaining as its subject matter: financial engineering.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Movies to Watch to Celebrate International Women's Month

This March, let's use film as a way to empower women and advocate for equality in all forms.

by SHRIYA BEESAM

'Miracle Workers' Review: The Weirdest Show on Television

Surprise—Daniel Radcliffe is doing television now.

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Enjoy Hospital–Based Films with Social Commentary at Penn's Bioethics Film Festival

The festival, starting March 26, features free movies, free food, and thought–provoking discussions.

by ANA HALLMAN

'Five Feet Apart': Yet Another Story of the Bland and Lovesick

It's better than the 'Fault in Our Stars', but it still isn't great.

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Gorgeous and Gruesome, 'Climax' is More Than Its Trippy Premise

This stylish psychological thriller is a wild ride through a drug–induced hell.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

‘Captive State’: What in the World is Going On?

How not to captivate an audience. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

Season Three of 'Queer Eye' is More Inspirational Than Ever

The Fab Five is back with their signature advice and charm.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

The Problems with Live–Action Film Renditions of Video Games

Maybe Sonic shouldn’t be welcomed into our world.

by SHANNON ZHANG

'Captain Marvel': A Promising Prototype

One small step for Captain Marvel, one giant leap for Marvel–kind.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

What's Causing the Resurgence of the Horror Genre?

Over the past decade, horror has gone from a B–movie gore fest to an artistic landscape for directors to show off. Why?

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

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