Category: Arts & Entertainment

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ revamps the franchise, making it the best installment to date

From the moment the first teaser trailer dropped in April, featuring the perfectly fitting Norse-inspired Led Zeppelin track “Immigrant

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Press X to Join: Some childhood gaming memories should stay memories

My childhood gaming memories are things that I hold very near and dear to my heart. I’ll never forget

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Review: Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things 2’ is a thrilling sequel that begs to be binged

“Stranger Things” feels very much like dusting off a tattered and forgotten science-fiction novel that begs to be re-read.

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Review: Escape Hotel Hollywood books its guests into a terrifying suite

Walking down the Hollywood strip, I saw the typical blinking building lights and tacky nightclubs, occupied by the intrusive

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Review: ‘Cry Baby’ twists and twirls through a forbidden teen love

The second a sudden burst of classic rock fills the Little Theater at Cal State Fullerton, audiences are taken

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Rapper Adrian Gamboa fought through technical difficulties during a CSUF performance

The first few minutes of Adrian Gamboa’s Wednesday concert in Becker Amphitheater got off to a rocky start when

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Review: ‘Suburbicon’ is a dark comedy that offers a satirical look at the American dream

With picturesque houses and friendly neighbors, Suburbicon seems like the perfect community to live in. Despite it representing the

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Rough Sketch: Women in animation as heroes over trophies

There is a strange habit among artists to idealize the female form in ways that satisfy a troubling lust

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