Although this season has felt repetitive at times with its twists and uneven with the development of its supporting cast, each episode has divulged a new element into the workings of Redwood.
While this is by no means Kanye West’s best work, I still found a lot of enjoyment out of 'Jesus Is King.'
Now that it’s October, it’s time to pop some popcorn, hop on the couch, snuggle under a blanket, and watch horror movies. One of the most beloved horror movies, Beetlejuice, is unique in that it blends horror with comedy to create this weird Frankenstein of a movie with a dark sense of humor. While Beetlejuice is a well-known Halloween favorite, most people don’t know the history of this cult classic.
Let it be known: ‘Waves’ is the kind of movie that makes us remember why we love movies.
Barring a decent turn from Jeff Daniels, ‘Guest Artist’ is a genuinely befuddled film, willfully ignorant of the glass house it’s throwing stones at.
Even though 'El Camino' has a few problems with cutting away and leaving you hanging, all that gets drowned out by the incredible performances and the terrific story.
Welcome to this week's episode of The Coven! This week we talked about the glamorization of abusive/toxic relationships in TV shows, books, and movies. How is this influencing society today? Find out this and more in this week's episode of The Coven! Hosted by: Ashley Curry, Tanner Kinney, Katherine Simon Edited by: Jack Gillespie Feature Graphic by: Evan Williamson
This week on Pop Tabs Matthew, Mayzie, and Emily discuss Twitch vs Mixer, Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova's Guide to Modern Womanhood, and Facebook allows lies on political ads.
Tanner and McKenna break down Fallout 76's newest (pricey) outing.
The Joker represents all sides of the quintessential antagonist with as much style and grace as you can expect from an unhinged clown with a knack for dark comedy. Throughout his expansive comic book, television, and cinematic history he has evolved from a trickster knocking off rich businessmen to a relentless terrorist focused on gutting Gotham from the inside out.
As much as I loved the first season of The End of the F***ing World, I can honestly say that I 100% did not want a second season, and now that I’ve heard the announcement that it is coming, whether I like it or not, I have some doubts. Before anyone crucifies me as a “fake fan,” let me explain myself.
While we’re on this dark timeline, let’s take a moment to think about what it’d be like if Undertale got the Hollywood treatment. While Toby Fox has yet to sell out his critical darling to the hands of Hollywood yet, I’d like to take a moment to think about what kind of disaster a live-action adaptation would be like.
With the release of the new film Joker opening in theaters on October 4th, many people have been questioning the movie because of the level of violence the film is supposed to contain. Many people have also been raising concerns about whether or not the film will invoke violence in people, and potentially influence people to cause crime, similar to what the main character does in the movie. These concerns have further been raised when it was announced that the FBI had found on the dark web threats of potential violence towards certain unidentified theaters. With all of this, many people have begun to question whether the film should be shown at all, and if violent movies should even be allowed to be produced.
On Wednesday, Cardinal Esports hosted a conference with Paul Todkill, a project manager, producer, and caster for ESL. ESL is the largest official esports organization, hosting tournaments across the globe. Using Discord video chat, Todkill was able to sit down and talk with Cardinal Esports about how he got involved with esports, what his job at ESL entails, and then took questions from various members of Cardinal Esports.
Overall, 'Digimon ReArise' has had a bit of a rough start.
A sequel to a zombie movie might seem less than exciting, but 'Zombieland: Double Tap' is worth seeing.