“Living With Yourself”: a Curious Specimen

Paul Rudd's weird sci-fi comedy series showcases Rudd's quirky personality while also raising some pretty profound metaphysical questions. Rudd's character, Miles, is...

“The End of the F***ing World” Season 2 is Darker Than Ever

The End of the F***ing World is back for a second season and it's darker, grittier, and better than ever. The first...

“Bojack Horseman” Season 6, Part One: Review

The first part of the Bojack Horseman series finale has landed on Netflix and once again, the show proves itself to be the best cartoon about a...

Is “Joker” the Best Film Of The Decade?

Joker may have sparked up its fair share of controversy but when you peel back the media hype and moral panic, what is left is...

“El Camino”: The Closure We Needed

El Camino may just be the most exciting Netflix original of the year. The legendary TV series Breaking Bad ended 6 years ago and then...

“Tall Girl” Review: Don’t Even Bother

"You think your life is hard? I'm a high school junior wearing size 13 Nikes." This is one of the opening lines in Netflix's latest original teen movie,...

Blink-182’s “Nine”: Pop-Punk Grows Up

It's 12 am and Blink-182's "I Miss You" comes on at the bar. A group of friends, all in their early to mid-20s start singing...

“The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance” Might Just Outdo its Predecessor

In 1982, Jim Henson thought up the fantastical world of Thra. Thra is powered by a dark crystal and it is home to imaginative creatures...

“IT: Chapter Two”: All the Fun, Less Of The Terror

IT: Chapter Two is a satisfying conclusion to the torment of Pennywise but it perhaps lacks some of the terror that made the first movie...

Taylor Swift’s “Lover”: Loved Up and Uplifting

Taylor Swift's Lover is an uplifting pop album that explores the different sides of relationships. The album gets off to a sassy...