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Imagine Dragons’ “Origins”: It’s Time for the Band to Evolve

Imagine Dragons seemed to 'Evolve' with their previous album but it looks like they're back to the 'Origins' of adequate indie pop with the 2018 follow-up. The album...

“American Horror Story” Season 8: A Number of Thoughts

When the news was announced earlier this year that American Horror Story: Apocalypse was going to be a crossover between series favorites Murder House and Coven, fans went wild. When the season kicked...

“The Haunting of Hill House”: A Chilling Family Drama That Genuinely Terrifies

The latest Netflix horror series, based on Shirley Jackson's 1959 gothic novel of the same name, has raised the bar when it comes to TV horror. Unlike American...

“Better Call Saul” Season 4 Was Phenomenal

It is with regret that I write this review, knowing that with the phenomenal ending of season 4, comes the year-long wait for season 5. Unlike previous seasons, Better...

“Bojack Horseman” Season 5: As Dark and Hopeless as We’ve Learnt to Expect

By television standards, it is still up there but by Bojack Horseman standards, it could possibly be seen as more of the same. But then again, what else could we...

Christine & the Queens’ “Chris”: Pop at the Top of its Game

Chris is the second album from French singer-songwriter Hélöise Letissier aka solo musical group Christine & The Queens. The non-binary artist taps into the raw, electric and sensual power...

“A Star Is Born”: A Roller Coaster Ride of True Love and Love Lost

An epic romance transformed by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in a moving sensual film, with a great soundtrack. Originally made in 1937 with Janet Gaynor and Fredric...

Aphex Twin’s “Collapse” EP: Dynamic, Manic and Electric

Richard D. James has been creating some of the most innovative electronic music of our time since 1991. His post-comeback sound, however, has brought us some of...

McCartney’s “Egypt Station”: A Delight for Beatles’ fans

Paul McCartney's brand new album Egypt Station has just been released and it's a delight. Egypt Station is McCartney's 17th studio album since The Beatles. At 76 years...

“Slender Man”: A Disappointing Horror Cliche

Earlier this decade, Slender Man was a sensation on the internet. Making a movie about him might have been a great idea back then but it seems...