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Under The Radar: Issue 13

“The Handmaiden” From the critically acclaimed director of “Oldboy” comes “The Handmaiden” — a story of love and deceit set in Japanese-occupied Korea. Based on the novel “Fingersmith” by Sarah Waters, director Park Chan-wook’s most...

A chat with Apathean

Apathean are quite possibly one of the heaviest bands in the Riverside area, with a unique blend of fuzzed-out guitar distortion, high-pitched lyrics, chaotically pounding drums and turbulent bass lines reminiscent of Dillinger Escape...

Comedy Apocalypse V at the Barn

KUCR continued its highly successful “Comedy Apocalypse” series Wednesday night at the Barn—this time as the “2012 Election Year Political Face-Melt edition.” For the fifth installment of the series, four critically-acclaimed comics were featured,...

She & Him “Volume 3” Review

Famous for their 60s-style pop tone, She & Him continues that trend in “Volume 3,” the duo’s fourth studio album. Consisting of the famous actress Zooey Deschanel and Matthew Ward (M. Ward), She &...

Riverdale presents gritty rendering of Archie Comics

Back in the 1940s, Archie Comics debuted the happy-go-lucky teenage adventures of Archie Andrews and his friends as they live through high school life in their town of Riverdale. It was a colorful, innocent...

Hideo Kojima’s cinematic vision: ‘Death Stranding’ tells a complex story of a fractured world

After three years of much speculation and debate, gaming icon Hideo Kojima has finally delivered his newest title, “Death Stranding.” Kojima’s focus on cinema and theater in “Death Stranding” is utilized to great effect...

“Taken 2” Review

Stepping up to the box office four years after “Taken,” “Taken 2” had the potential to improve upon the foundation laid down by its predecessor. At least it did until Luc Besson and Robert...

Diana Son’s “Stop Kiss” is an engaging, harrowing drama

“Stop Kiss” is a play written by Diana Son in 1998 — the year it also takes place in — and tells the story of two women, Callie and Sara, who slowly develop romantic...

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “Johnny and Dora” review

Starting with the teaser, the episode “Johnny and Dora” made it clear that the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” writers knew they’d left us with unfinished business last week. The episode opens with Scully (Joel McKinnon...

To Recall the Past: Connecting History through Photography

In the basement of the California Museum of Photography, down a spiraling metal staircase, is the current exhibition titled “Recollection,” which artists have created with the use of the museum’s Keystone-Mast Collection. This archive...