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Netflix’s Death Note is way off pitch

This week I decided to take a break from my five week long “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” binge watching streak and check out some new Netflix originals. As I scrolled past the recommended section–consisting primarily of documentaries on cults–a title stood out to me.

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American Horror Story’s newest season may be the scariest yet

  Monsters, devils, witches, freaks, vampires, and ghosts; American Horror Story has always played on humanity’s worst fears. September 5th marked the hour and a half premiere of the popular show’s newest season, Cult, this time conveying an even deeper horror; reality. Creators Ryan Murphy

Beyonce and The Dixie Chicks perform "Daddy Lessons" and "Long Time Gone" at “The 50th Annual CMA Awards,” live Wednesday, Nov. 2 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville and broadcast on the ABC Television Network.

Pop music does the two-step

Musical artists making genre switches is not something new- Katy Perry, the once Christian church singer debuted a pop career with “I Kissed a Girl,” Kanye West went from intense rap to synthed-up music on “The Life of Pablo,” and Taylor Swift has gone from a successful country career to a bubbly pop persona to a darker, sharper side of the pop spectrum as of

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“Valerian”: Spaceships, Ex-Victoria’s Secret angels, the man behind “Taken” and “Lucy,” and Rihanna

It would be pretty rare to find a movie that includes all of these elements other than visionary Luc Besson’s newest sci-fi epic, “Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets,” a French graphic novel series-turned movie. “Valerian” is rare: it’s a blend of adventure, thriller, comedy, and romance, and while these elements click together well, it is still flawed.