The lingering imapcts of "Ready To Die" on hip-hop today are evident in current artists like Juice WRLD and Pop Smoke. Staff Writer Seamus Rohrer dives in to the album on during it's 26th anniversary month and offers commentary on Biggie Smalls' influence then and now.
Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" finally hits theatres and it may be time I finally check myself into therapy.
“Lovecraft Country” is a tale of two horror shows, one infinitely better than the other.
“The Batman” teaser arrives — and we’ve got plenty to unpack in just two minutes of footage.
COVID-19 forces creatives to be unique in how they keep connected with fans and stay relevant in testing times.
Seth Rogen may be one of the most enjoyable comedians of our time to watch, yet his latest project is a set-back to his impressive resume that includes memorable roles in comedies such as “Knocked Up” and “This Is The End."
“Palm Springs” provides high-minded hilarity to the best romantic comedy of the new decade.
For "Old Guard," reaching millions of new homes and proving to be a major hit for Netflix is not enough to save this film from its overwhelming stupidity.
"Da 5 Bloods," which follows four Black Vietnam War veterans returning to Vietnam in search of their deceased friends remains, is the kind of film that has so much energy and style that it becomes intoxicating at times.
Opinion Editors Sam Jones and Anupras Mohapatra discuss the essence of playlists during a time of distance, putting our connections to the test.
Alina Baraz’s "It Was Divine" shows unmitigated talent, proving her skill despite her comparatively short discography.
"The Platform" is a film that is so self-righteous and gives us an hour-and-a-half sermon on how capitalism is an evil force destroying our society without a touch of character development or riveting tension.
“Devs” on FX is the most interesting show of 2020 year so far — and it isn’t even fairly close.
Freshman Micaela Udell reflects on how her journalism studies helped her analyze the coronavirus coverage and the rapid changes in responses.
Pixar teaches yet another lesson worth learning in their new film 'Onward.'