Review: Don’t Breathe (2016)

Far too often do we roll our eyes whenever we hear a new horror/thriller has come out. After all, the majority of today’s horror genre is stuffed with clichés and cheap jump-scares. How can they even compete with classic films that have set our standards high, such as The Shining or The Exorcist? And with the best ideas […]

Review – Sausage Party

Cartoons have nearly always been considered for children no matter what the genre. So one can imagine excitement at being told there’s an exclusive film for adults, right? Directed by Conrad Vernon and Greg Tierman with the screenplay by Seth Rogan, the comedy flick follows the life of food items that occupy shelves at a […]

Netflix’s Stranger Things Review

     Many of us have grown tired of clichéd movies. The majority of ideas revolving around television and film tend to be sequels or re-makes—and we hate it. What many of us long for are original ideas. Was looking for it in Stranger Things too much to ask for? Created by Matt and Ross Duffer, Stranger Things follows the […]

Review: Suicide Squad (2016)

“Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide; no escape from reality; open your eyes look up to the skies and see.” Ah yes, we’ve all heard Queen’s tune playing in David Ayer’s Suicide Squad trailer. So you can guess my exhilaration at finally being able to watch the flick […]

Top Summer Reads of 2016

    In The Name of Gucci: A Memoir by Patricia Gucci From the words of a secret lovechild, Patricia Gucci spills the untold love story between her mother, Bruna, and late fashion designer, Aldo Gucci. Using a collection of love letters and interviews with her mother, an archive of previously unseen photos, and her […]