Category: Film & TV

Rough Sketch: Animation’s powerful techniques can attract more than cheap laughter

There are two films about the horrors of war that have left the greatest impact on me: Steven Spielberg’s

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Column: Spotify and Hulu collaborate to offer college students affordable streaming

Tucked away in my pocket, my neon green iPod nano changed the way I listened to music. No longer

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Review: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ is an impressive, action-packed sequel

Good sequels are difficult to achieve, especially when the first film is an unexpected success, like director Matthew Vaughn’s

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‘Mother!’ Review: Jennifer Lawrence’s stars in a horrifying conceptual film about society’s selfishness

“Mother!” is an intense, rated R two-hour mindtrip that is certainly not a movie for the faint of heart.

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Review: Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’ season four triumphs in its characters’ humanizing tribulations

The fourth season of the Netflix’s critically acclaimed comedy, “BoJack Horseman,” is most captivating not in how the characters

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Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights invites terrors of “The Shining” and “Insidious” to its maze line-up

Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights proves to be Southern California’s self-proclaimed “most extreme Halloween event” this season. Two of

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‘It’ Review: The best Stephen King horror adaptation since “The Shining”

“It” is a rare breed of Hollywood horror that leaves its audience in a perpetual state of unease, yet

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‘Death Note’ whitewashing controversy a reminder of the film industry’s lack of Asian-American representation

Netflix’s film adaptation of the manga series “Death Note” was released Friday and was immediately met with backlash. The

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