“Twin Peaks: The Return” reunites the cast to continue the beloved story 25 years since the series left off, with Lynch and co-creator Mark Frost having complete creative control once again. “The Return” premiered its first four episodes of the 18-episode season on Showtime this past Sunday, May 21. “The Return” is edgier, scarier and trippier than the original; it is ultimately the renaissance of David Lynch.
In the third episode of Rock With the Flock, The Daily Cardinal arts staff discusses the latest music, upcoming albums and what the biggest summer song will be.
After two years of mystifying, dumbfounding and perplexing audiences, HBO’s “The Leftovers” returns for a final season to finish off an overall brilliant series.
In the first episode of Rock With the Flock, The Daily Cardinal arts staff discusses the latest movie trailers, "13 Reasons Why" and upcoming films. To listen on SoundCloud, click here. Thor: Ragnarok (0:37) War for the Planet of the Apes (6:27) IT (8:15) 13 Reasons Why (12:05) The Fate of the Furious (25:32) The Circle (29:34) Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (33:20)
In the first episode of Rock With the Flock, The Daily Cardinal arts staff reflect on this year's South by Southwest film and music festival experience. To listen on SoundCloud, click here.
On Wednesday, Showtime’s newest series, “I’m Dying Up Here,” premiered its pilot episode with South by Southwest.
SXSW finished its film festival with the star-studded space thriller, “Life.” The film begins with a team of astronauts, lead by Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal and Rebecca Ferguson, planning to return to earth after collecting samples from Mars that may contain the first signs of extraterrestrial life.
Workplace comedies have become a massive hit in television. From “The Office” to “Parks and Recreation,” there is something hilarious that can be drawn from the mundanities of typical office life.
Lee Daniels, director of “Monster’s Ball,” “Precious” and “The Butler,” as well as co-creator of Fox’s hit television series, ”Empire,” gave an inspiring, personal keynote on Sunday.
On Sunday, James Franco premiered one of the wackiest comedies with “The Disaster Artist.” The film is inspired by the real-life 2003 independent film, “The Room,” that gained a massive cult following for being known as the worst film ever made.