In such an unforgivingly mediocre year of rap, two kings hold us close as we desperately try to avoid listening to Griselda say absolutely nothing for hundreds of minutes — Bad Bunny and Lil Baby.
CD Projekt Red is creating one of the most anticipated games of the year, but is it justified in forcing their employees into grueling work weeks in order to release the game on time?
With box offices quickly becoming a thing of the past, Blumhouse has doubled down on its efforts to produce streaming content for Halloween.
With the releases of the Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X next month, it comes as a surprise that Amazon announced its intent to compete in the gaming industry. What is their new platform all about and what is the commotion surrounding "cloud gaming?"
Megan Fox’s narrative of exclusion from Hollywood isn’t unique. As a sex symbol, she was forced into a mold of what being “sexy” meant — and when she didn’t squeeze into that mold, her image was manipulated and tarnished forever by the men that held the strings.
“The Great British Baking Show” (TGBBS) is a baking competition filmed in England’s Welford Park each summer to find the best amateur baker in the United Kingdom.
To this day, almost a year after the video was released, people still comment multiple times per hour.
“The Devil All the Time” stood out to me because of its ensemble cast and thriller appeal. Yet, against all odds, “The Devil All the Time” bored me.
Contrary to popular opinion, traveling is not that great: Airports are slow and crowded; hotels are stiff and plastic; museums, even for a history nerd, tend to be boring; souvenirs are overpriced and easily lost; and the pictures never turn out quite how you expect.
Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s 2019 short story collection and National Book Award finalist, “Sabrina and Corina,” is everything a short story should be.
A recurring debate in rap is “How sexual is too vulgar for rap?” Within that question lies the much more inflammatory debate: “How sexual is too vulgar for women in rap?”
This year marks the 35th anniversary of the release of the original “Super Mario Bros,” and Nintendo surprised fans with a series of products that rightfully pays tribute to the iconic franchise.
With “Keeping Up,” the Kardashians established a cultural stronghold on celebrity status. Through the show, they manipulated their narratives, attracted unanimous public attention and carefully carved out their brand.
All of this makes her 2010 album “Teenage Dream” feel like a long, long time ago. That album, released almost exactly 10 years before “Smile,” was supported by an unbelievable run of five chart-topping singles, a record that Perry shares with Michael Jackson. The stark difference between these two albums begs a simple question: What happened to Katy Perry?
How are movies coming out during a pandemic?
This year’s DC Fandome had these and more to get fans excited for what’s on the horizon for Wonder Woman, Batman and other loved DC superheroes and supervillains.