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Review: The Umbrella Academy

By Anastasia Scott Do you love superheroes? Do you love emotionally constipated characters? Do you love over the top comic aesthetics? Are you still in your angsty phase of loving My Chemical Romance/Gerard Way? And lastly, do you love amazing soundtrack? If you’ve answered yes to any of the following questions, put Netflix’s Umbrella Academy on your watch list. Umbrella Academy is a Netflix original … Continue reading Review: The Umbrella Academy

Review: Guacamelee! 2

By Angelo Auriemma The original Guacamelee! is Juan of my favorite metroidvania games – a smart, charming, and funny experience that made a lasting impact on me for its gorgeous art design, often underrepresented Mexican setting, and its colorful, irreverent humor. The game didn’t take itself seriously, and I loved that. It possessed a fun, energetic temperament, setting it apart from the grim and downbeat … Continue reading Review: Guacamelee! 2

Review: Florence

By: Angelo Auriemma God of War and Red Dead Redemption 2 are my two favorite games of 2018. Both feature lengthy, dialogue-heavy campaigns accompanied with explosive and motivated uses of violence to explore the darker sides of humanity and what it takes to achieve redemption for your past, horrific deeds. While both of these titles have rightfully garnered universal acclaim and commercial success, two other … Continue reading Review: Florence

Review: Aquaman

By Tiara Spells 2017 was a strange year for the DCEU. The Summer’s Wonder Woman was hugely successful, making over $800 million dollars worldwide, women and girls all over the world dressed as Diana Prince for Halloween, and even for myself I remember bursting in to watch it because seeing a woman be strong, heroic, and fierce was something that was so overwhelming that it … Continue reading Review: Aquaman

Review: Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

By Michael Smith *Warning: Major Spoilers For Black Mirror: Bandersnatch* Black Mirror. Charlie Brooker’s sci-fi thriller series has taken Netflix and the world by storm and the latest installment is no different. Black Mirror: Bandersnatch released December 28th last year and has sent many people down the rabbit hole. Bandersnatch focuses on a young programmer, Stefan, pitching and then creating a video game based off … Continue reading Review: Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

Review: Bird Box

By Matthew Simmons      Saying 2018 was a huge year for horror films is an understatement. Films like Hereditary, A Quiet Place, and the Suspiria remake premiered to critical and commercial success, and some of those films are still major contenders in this year’s packed awards season (PLEASE don’t forget about Toni Collette, Academy). That momentum carried through all the way to the end … Continue reading Review: Bird Box