HBO premiered “The Last of Us” on Jan. 15, a show based on the critically acclaimed action-adventure video game of the same name developed by Naughty Dog that was released for PlayStation 3 in 2013.
“Skinamarink” is a dark, meditative journey into pure madness with some seriously chilling moments and an ambiguous plot that leaves audiences with more questions than answers. Fans of experimental horror films such as David Lynch’s “Eraserhead” or the Japanese cult-classic “House” will like…
Filled with dull action, generic characters and uninspired cinematography, “Plane” checks all of the boxes needed for an action flick, but becomes a boring mess lacking creativity in the process.
We were all once that kid, pestering our parents or siblings to let us borrow their iPhone so we could rummage through all their games. In order to relive this childhood wonder, I took an adventure into the Apple App Store’s “Best New Games” list. In the top 5 sat “Afterplace” and “Frozen Ci…
Wendy’s released a series of new items on Nov. 15, and I made it my mission to try them and determine if they’re worth purchasing. After my visit, I can confidently say that these items are a hit or miss.
“A Christmas Story Christmas” — a follow-up to the original “A Christmas Story” (1983) — premiered on Nov. 17 and maintains the classic nostalgia from the first movie while also providing originality.
Italian film director Luca Guadagnino’s latest project “Bones and All,” based on Camille Deangelis’ 2015 novel of the same name, is as equally peculiar and passionate as a tale of two cannibal lovers can be.
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” may not be superb, but director Ryan Coogler finds a way to juggle an enthralling war epic with the death of Chadwick Boseman, gracefully crafting a Marvel story we had yet to experience on screen.
For all the hits that 21 Savage and Drake have produced — including “Sneakin’,” “Jimmy Cooks,” “Mr. Right Now” and “Knife Talk” — their recent joint album, “Her Loss,” falters all potential expectations.
The Backseat Lovers’ new album “Waiting to Spill” fits the mold of their previous indie tracks without anything crazy.
“My Policeman,” an Amazon Studios film directed by Michael Grandage, offers a moving story about forbidden love and wasted time but lacks depth and emotional complexity.
“Weird: The Al Yankovic Story,” which dropped Nov. 4 on the Roku Channel, is packed full of laughs for everyone, even though its plot loses steam halfway through.
“Till” is a powerful, moving film about the life of Emmett and Mamie Till. It follows Mamie Till-Mobley’s activism after her son’s brutal death at the hands of J.W. Milam and Roy Bryant.
“Black Adam” is visually appealing but, ultimately, too big for its britches.
When the Broaddus family moved into their dream home at 657 Boulevard in New Jersey, they were not aware that someone was watching. That is until they began receiving the letters.
The “All American” and “All American: Homecoming” cast delivered a spectacular season premiere performance. “All American” had its season five premiere, while “All American Homecoming” had its season two premiere.
When I first heard the new Red Hot Chili Peppers’ album “Return of the Dream Canteen,” which released Oct. 14, I was not impressed.
When I first saw the announcement for “The Impact Atlanta,” I did not plan on tuning in because I am not the biggest fan of Ariana Fletcher — one of the cast members. But after seeing several Twitter users rave about it, I had to tune in and watch it for myself as an avid reality tv show watcher.
“Smile” balances jump scares and a sense of unease in a way that leaves viewers cowering in their seats and watching the movie through the hands covering their face. The tension in the theater was palpable with occasional gasps, screams and nervous laughter.
A yellow boy in overalls, a dapper duck and a tall man with a red mop for hair — If you grew up on the internet as I did, these characters are probably quite recognizable to you.
Fans of 5 Seconds of Summer are raving about the release of their newest album, “5SOS5,” released Sept. 23.
Jessie Reyez returns with a perfect breakup album, “YESSIE,” and garners the hype that came from her pandemic-ridden debut album “Before Love Came to Kill Us” in 2020.
Nintendo released the long-awaited multiplayer action shooter game, “Splatoon 3,” on Sept. 9, leaving Inklings and Octlings alike to finally be able to battle it out with a plethora of new weapons, maps and a whole new campaign to play through.