Rocco Romano, University of Iowa
Will new King-inspired works be as good as the classics?
Even as a faulty film, the idea behind the Zach Galifianakis vehicle communicates a lot about culture and society.
It’s neither the best nor the worst adaptation of Stephen King’s novels.
With exciting world-building and a unique commentary on social issues, ‘Carnival Row’ is another solid effort by Amazon Prime.
The latest installment of the ‘Gears of War’ franchise promises to bring a fresh perspective to the classic third-person shooter.
There’s more to your working habits than meets the eye.
Scorsese and De Niro are back to bring the Mafia genre to a new generation.
Listen outside of your comfort zone.
Amazon Prime’s surprise hit is a tragic comedy not for the faint of heart.
Classical music isn’t dead, it’s just evolved into something greater.
We might be approaching a golden age of TV sci-fi and fantasy.
The Fourth of July festival aren’t the only fireworks in the third iteration of Netflix’s sci-fi darling.
Because ‘carpe diem’ shouldn’t be the only Latin phrase anybody knows.
Myrland read one of the Greek philosopher’s most popular works so that you don’t have to.
Learn from the small screen of your computer so you can excel on the silver screen of the movie theatre.
Of the 35 ‘Godzilla’ films ever made, who belongs on the reptilian Mount Rushmore?
Beyond outstanding performances from its main actors, “Good Omens” does not exactly deliver us from evil.
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