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Review: ‘Nope’ has viewers saying “Yep”

Imagine watching a film that has comedy, suspense and spine-chilling scenes that may leave you unable to sleep soundly at night. These are all components of Jordan Peele’s new film “Nope.”   The film was written, directed and co-produced by Peele under his Monkeypaw Productions banner.…

Unexpected normality: How anti-humor is essential to Adult Swim

Anti-humor is a type of alternative humor that is achieved by replacing the expected joke in a funny situation with something completely serious. When it comes to reference points for the success of anti-humor, few places exemplify it as much as the Cartoon Network programming…

Lil Nas X’s journey to becoming a beloved industry baby

Unless you lived under a rock in 2019, you’ve probably listened to “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X at least a thousand times by now. Whether you first heard the original song or one of its many remixes, namely the one with Billy Ray…

Reasons why ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ should finally flatline

When I heard that Ellen Pompeo would only reprise her role as Dr. Meredith Grey in eight episodes in the upcoming 19th season of “Grey’s Anatomy,” I was extremely disappointed. Despite the show premiering when I was barely two years old, I have become a…

How the summer of 2022 proved that theaters could thrive post-COVID

It’s no surprise that one of the industries most heavily affected by the COVID-19 pandemic was film. With people not going to the theaters, film distribution and business shifted towards online alternatives, including streaming services and online marketplaces where you can rent new releases. 2022…

Review: ‘Bullet Train’ is a straight-shooting thrill ride

Transportation can be one of the most boring parts of everyday life. In films, however, being confined to one vehicle for the duration of a movie can take on a whole new meaning in the face of whatever is along for the ride. Previous examples…

College-set TV shows that are worth the watch 

Many of our favorite TV shows either showcase high school settings or post-graduate lifestyles, without much display of the years that come in between. There may not be many series that focus on college students, but here are some college-set shows, realistic or otherwise, to…

Superheroes on the small screen: Ranking Marvel’s Disney+ series

Since the beginning of last year, Marvel has already released six shows on parent company Disney’s streaming platform Disney+. With two more dropping this summer, now is the time to pause and take stock of what’s come already before looking ahead to “Ms. Marvel” and “She-Hulk:…

The art of binge-watching in college

College students rarely have enough hours in a day to accomplish everything on their to-do list, so when there’s time to sit back, relax and turn on the TV, we have to take advantage of the opportunity to fit in as many episodes of a…

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