Jonathan Christian, Northwest Vista College
If you were raised on Cartoon Network and trap rap, your sense of reality is fundamentally unlike any other in human history.
The true-life drama packs a deeper message than your average crime flick.
The self-proclaimed ‘mudboy’ insists he ain’t no joke.
For the Austin musician, it’s about so much more than the fame.
Nobody dies, but trust me, they are just as bad as they sound.
After some experimentation, Clanton’s return to vaporwave is a psychedelic journey down the rabbit hole.
The newest race-oriented Spike Lee joint is too rooted in America’s past to push the conversation forward.
The latest album from Travis Scott plays out like a boring drug trip at an amusement park.
Bo Burnham’s directorial debut is a flawless depiction of post-millennial youth.
The UK duo’s newest album, ‘I’m All Ears,’ is one of 2018’s best.
A new radio documentary dives into the mystery surrounding one of the world’s most secretive musicians.
Internet beef between YouTubers isn’t entertaining — it’s weird, it’s lazy and it should stop.
The Philadelphia rapper’s eccentric debut album, ‘Whack World,’ is a fresh and amusing trip into the mind of its subversive creator.
It’s scary, yes, but it’s also brilliant.
From female-led action flicks to independent horror, is this the summer Hollywood finally takes a step in the right direction?
The Harlem artist’s latest album certainly pushes sonic boundaries, but feels at times like all style and no substance.
Are clickbait and biases the future of mainstream news outlets?
Has the rapper’s recent behavior robbed him of his artistic achievements?
Sound ridiculous? It is. Don’t think I can convince you to watch it? Read this.
An interview with USC student Taylor Seamans, a computational neuroscience major and the founder of Inbtwn. Magazine.
Hollywood’s always had a diversity problem, but are inclusion riders the solution?
In an artform full of imitators, the UCLA student’s distinctive style of photography sets her far apart from her contemporaries.
‘A Quiet Place’ has changed the horror film genre in Hollywood, and it’s exactly what moviegoers were waiting for.
Yes, ‘Tangerine’ did it first, but still. This is the future of film.
The former LSUS student’s strange story is a saddening look into the dark side of internet fame.
The internet sensation has been making waves since her bizarre debut, but there’s more to her story than meets the eye.
As the founder of JCSoft Inc., the MIT undergraduate is a rising talent with the potential to change the gaming industry forever.
The Netflix original marks the official return of the once-dead subgenre to the mainstream, but is it a welcome homecoming?
Are you the sort of person who enjoys bad movies? If so, watch these four films on Netflix to be baffled by their magnificent trashiness.
At 20 years old, the British filmmaker is already an expert in his craft and a unique voice in the world of indie cinema.
Released three days before his death, J Dilla’s album ‘Donuts’ is a timeless ode to life.
Though most will recognize him as the controversial YouTube persona Filthy Frank, the genuine talent of the Japanese-Australian artist will surprise most.
Maybe they won’t be named at the Oscars this year, but these brilliant new films are definitely worth your time.
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