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Politics in gaming, or the “Far Cry 5” fiasco: You can do better Ubisoft

There comes a point across the 40 or some hours of “Far Cry 5’”s expansive open world where you realize that the bold leaps it suggested it would take turn out to be mush....

“Red Dead Redemption 2” promises excellence and delivers

It is no secret that the newest entry in the Red Dead series, “Red Dead Redemption 2,” has been a massive success. Being one of the largest open-world video games to date, many gamers...

“The Umbrella Academy” Proves Netflix Doesn’t Need Marvel to Make Great Superhero Shows

Following Netflix’s recent cancellations of all Marvel series, it was uncertain what superhero properties, if any, the streaming giant would replace them with.  Luckily, viewers didn’t have to wait long as, on Feb. 15,...

The unique horror film “Brightburn” fails to stand out in its own genre

A spin on the classic saviour from another planet trope is an interesting film idea that “Brightburn” plays with and spins into a dark take on an otherwise happy story. A Superman-type figure turning...

From Minty to Moses: “Harriet” is an inspiring retelling of Tubman’s journey to freedom

We are in the midst of a biopic season. January’s “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile” shocked audiences with its depiction of infamous serial killer Ted Bundy’s relationship to protagonist Elizabeth Kloepfer. In late...

Tame Impala’s dive into the ‘20s: a look into the legacy and future of...

Tame Impala might have been the biggest band of the previous decade. The band’s debut album “Innerspeaker” came out in 2010 and played a huge role in ushering in a new era of psychedelic...
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‘Doom Eternal’ proves that more isn’t necessarily better

Courtesy of Bethesda Softworks Hype for the Doom franchise has been reignited ever since “Doom,” (2016) a reinterpretation of id Software’s classic title, ended up surprising audiences by...

Radar Comic Recommendations

‘Batman: The Long Halloween’ By: Colin Carney, SSW For fans of the Dark Knight seeking an entry into his vast comic book history, look no further than the classic detective story “Batman: The Long Halloween.” Widely...

The remake of the classic ‘Rebecca’ exceeds expectations in every aspect  

Netflix’s recent film, “Rebbeca,” a remake of Alfred Hitchock’s renowned 1940s version, captures notions of captivating terror, plot twists and multi-layered characters that transcend audience expectations with its polished storyline. “Rebecca” is a brilliant...

‘Killing Is Easy’ illustrates the volatile nature of authenticity 

It is no secret that Patrice O’Neal was not exactly a universally beloved comedian, like George Carlin or Dave Chappelle. In fact, during a roundtable discussion about the public reaction to his untimely death...