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Godzilla vs Kong is the new surprise hit of the year, as viewership hits all-time highs. (Wikimedia Commons)

Godzilla Vs Kong: Worlds Colliding

The worlds from Kong: Skull Island and The Godzilla franchise collided as they traveled to find Kong’s real home. Along their way, they encounter Godzilla and realize there can only be one true titan.  Marketed as a Godzilla and King Kong movie, the film primarily features Kong. This could be frustrating to fans of the


Ginny and Georgia: Appealing Yet Problematic

Netflix’s Ginny and Georgia exploded on the internet immediately after its release. This Gilmore Girls meets Desperate Housewives combo has developed a bad reputation from its cringe-worthy and controversial dialogue. The series follows a young mom, Georgia (Brianne Howey), and her teenage daughter Ginny (Antonia Gentry) as they move to a town in Massachusetts.  What

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Revisiting “The Conjuring”

Netflix’s horror selection has never been up to the standard compared to other genres on the platform. The addition of both Conjuring films makes for a welcome upgrade. Directed by James Wan and released in 2013, The Conjuring is one of the most well-known horror franchises. The film stars Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, as a

A Netflix release on February 12, 2021, "To All the Boys: Always and Forever" is rated TV-14. Runtime is under 2 hours. 

“To All the Boys: Always and Forever” Wears on Yet Entertains

The final installment of the To All the Boys franchise has been a hit for young teens during its Netflix run, and the final installment gives a satisfying ending to the trilogy. The series begins with Lara Jean (Lana Condor), whose her private love letters were leaked to her old crushes and concludes as she

If it's suspense you are looking for, Shutter Island is for you. (Graphic/Wikimedia Commons)

Shutter Island Leaves You Speechless

Released February 19, 2010, Shutter Island has been one this new year’s Netflix’s features. Directed by Martin Scorsese and starring  US marshalls Teddy Daniels (Leonardo Di Caprio) and his partner Chuck Aule (Mark Ruffalo), the story takes place in 1954 .     Daniels and Aule are investigating a case involving a missing patient from Shutter


Lana Del Rey’s New Single: Another Success

Wikimedia Commons) Lana Del Rey’s Chemtrails Over the Country Club is yet another success for the singer’s newest single. Coming out  this March, Del Rey’s Chemtrails Over The Country Club, her album’s title track, matches her consistent career with 6 studio albums, each being just as popular as the last. Her breakout album, Born to Die,


Inauguration 2021: Uniting the Country Through Music

( With the inauguration festivities scaled back this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic and security concerns, the Biden-Harris team released its inauguration playlist for those watching the historic event from the comfort of their home or for some of us, from our classrooms. The 46-song playlist, in honor of Biden being the 46th President


Virtual Museum Tours in the Comfort of Your Home

(Wikimedia Commons) Exposure to the arts is limited as a result of CoVid-19, with many museums and galleries closed or only offering limited hours and exhibits. With new technology, you can now visit these famous museums from your phone or another device.  Many famous museums have free online exhibits. Google has a collection of museums and


Academy Stages “The Glass Menagerie”

Colin Harrison’23 as Tom Wingfield and Ryan Reagan ‘as Jim O’Connor. (Courtesy/Grace Harrison 19)  Academy staged a cast of powerful performances of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie on January 21-23 in our Schoedinger Theatre, directed by Scott Dillon, who cast the show with understudies to account for any delays-per the pandemic. Thursday’s understudies of juniors Rosie Gruber, Raaghuv


AHS 1984, Overdoing the 80’s

(Wikimedia Commons)   In its tribute to the campy 80’s slasher films, American Horror Story: 1984 covers ghosts, serial killers, and bloodshed in an overwhelming rushed season.  The plot follows five friends in the summer of 1984 as they escape to Camp Redwood to work as counselors, but the camp’s murderous past comes to light