Kehlani Connects with Fans on New Record

Kehlani, also referred to as "Lani Tsunami," happens to be exactly that — a force of nature. The 21-year-old R&B siren puts fans in a auditory trance with tunes on her highly anticipated major-label album. SweetSexySavage is Kehlani's shining, artistic moment — evidenced by the time she took with this project. In a time where artists are flooding the … Continue reading Kehlani Connects with Fans on New Record

Arrival: A Spacey, Smart Sci-fi Flick

Arrival is a science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve. The film focuses on a linguist, played by Amy Adams, who trys to communicate with aliens who have landed in Montana. If you have seen any of Villeneuve’s other films, like Sicario, Enemy or Prisoners, then you know that he directs movies that really put … Continue reading Arrival: A Spacey, Smart Sci-fi Flick

Ghost in the Shell: Another Appropriation of Culture by Hollywood?

After teasing small clips of footage over the past few months, Paramount has finally released the first trailer for 2017’s Ghost in the Shell, a live-action film. The film, based on the popular manga and anime films of the same name, follows a character known as “The Major” who is a counter-cyberterrorist agent. The story … Continue reading Ghost in the Shell: Another Appropriation of Culture by Hollywood?

Doctor Strange: A Film to be Marveled

Doctor Strange is the newest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and is about the origin of the titular superhero, played by Benedict Cumberbatch. The film, which also deals with the entrance of magic into the MCU canon, is visually stunning. This film sets itself apart from the rest of the MCU in many … Continue reading Doctor Strange: A Film to be Marveled

The Walking Dead Predictions

Warning: spoilers in this article. The second episode from the seventh season of AMC’s The Walking Dead was much more peaceful and less gory than the premiere. Predictions for the premiere held true, as Glenn was not the only one to get "Lucille," but Abraham as well. In episode two, we met the first "good" leader in … Continue reading The Walking Dead Predictions

AHS takes on Roanoke the Lost Colony

The premier of the sixth season of American Horror Story was not the best of what the show has offered viewers in the past. There were a few jump scares, but nothing too terrifying. Besides the themes of race and history, there was one certain thing that kept viewers coming back for more with the … Continue reading AHS takes on Roanoke the Lost Colony

“Blair Witch” Movie Review

Blair Witch is the third installment of the Blair Witch Project franchise and serves as the direct follow-up to The Blair Witch Project (ignoring the continuity of Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows). The film, which is framed as a friend’s documentary class project, follows the brother of the main character of the original movie … Continue reading “Blair Witch” Movie Review

Sia’s New Video Tribute to Orlando Victims

On Sept. 5, 40-year-old “Chandelier” singer, Sia, released her new music video for “The Greatest." The song is a tribute to the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting victims who were killed in June, 2016. The six minute video begins with the hashtag #WeAreYourChildren displayed on a blank screen before switching to 13-year-old dancer, Maddie Ziegler. Ziegler, who … Continue reading Sia’s New Video Tribute to Orlando Victims

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Skeleton Tree

Skeleton Tree proves to be a stylistic shift for Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. The album is heavily influenced from the death of Cave's 15-year-old son Arthur, who died from an accidental fall off a cliff. In later recordings, the album had lyrics amended to capture the ideas and themes of death, personal grief … Continue reading Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Skeleton Tree