You’ve seen Fight Club, you loved Black Swan, Memento is a classic to you, and you’ve seen The Village more times than you can count on your hands. You can handle crazy films, you think. Then you drench your popcorn in melted butter, find
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.
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
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
In musical theater, one irrefutable voice soars out from the pack. With a range that soared from the highest C, and dipped to the lowest of expression and emotion, the voice has filled the largest of theaters to the most intimate of cabaret and concert
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.