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Choose your adventure in ‘Animals on the Loose: A You vs. Wild Movie’ with...

The sun is setting, and the jungle’s inhabitants feast their eyes upon you. Lethargic from a day with no food or water, you have a few minutes to make a decision before the animals...

Slowthai gives fans a deep dive into his psyche in his latest double disc...

UK songwriter and rapper Slowthai is back with his latest full length LP “TYRON.” This is the second full-length commercial album from the Northampton native, which arrives just a few years after his breakout...

Stardom and freedom clash in “Framing Britney Spears” 

“Framing Britney Spears,” The New York Times’ newest installment of its “New York Times Presents” series, explores Spears’ rise to fame, the way the media treated her downfall as a sport and the ensuing...

A return to form for Kevin Smith with the announcement of ‘Clerks III’

“Clerks III” has the opportunity to be a great film if Kevin Smith as a director can rediscover his touch. There are a few indie character-driven films like “Clerks I,” “Clerks II,” “Dogma” and...

‘Space Sweepers:’ An immersive watch that takes you on an out of the world...

With its infinite nature and endless possibilities, space has been a central point for several films, such as the legendary “Star Wars” saga. Adding to the list is Korea’s recent sci-fi film, “Space Sweepers.”...

‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ deploys unrealistic details that take away from...

The final installment in the “To All the Boys” trilogy has finally been released on Netflix, just in time for Valentine’s and Galentine’s Day viewings. As it stands, “To All the Boys: Always and...

CW’s ‘Walker’ is more a poorly written cowboy story than an action-packed reboot  

The CW network is known for its exciting DC shows, such as “The Flash.” Among its most popular TV shows, the season premiere of “Walker” was a huge hit for the CW, as it...

‘Bling Empire’ is the convoluted gray area between reality and escapism 

Reality television is meant to be the intersection between the real world and the escapism of fiction. Shows like “Bling Empire,” however, blur that line greatly, almost being fantastical enough to be considered fiction....

It’s time to move away from the Jedi — the ‘Star Wars’ universe is...

“Star Wars” fans are ecstatic that Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison) will be getting his own spinoff on Disney+, “The Book of Boba Fett,” after having appeared on a few episodes of “The Mandalorian.” Temuera...

Magic, Next Gen and the X-Men universe; predicting the future of the Marvel Cinematic...

Since its inception in the 1960s, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has transformed into elaborate movies, TV, video games and even podcast series. Marvel movies are broken down into interconnected phases: Phase One introduced...