Encanto Wins Best Animated Feature Film

After nearly two of the worst years in recent history, we could all use a bit of magic. So when Lin Manuel Miranda released the magic that is Encanto late this past November, people were quick to devour and praise it. In fact, the movie was recently awarded the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film of 2021. The movie follows the adventures of … Continue reading Encanto Wins Best Animated Feature Film

The Weeknd Dawn FM Review

The Weeknd after what was coming up on two years since his last album After Hours dropped, dropped his newest album Dawn FM. This may be The Weeknd’s most creative release up to this point in his career, with creative interludes and outros to songs it allows more of an immersive experience to the album.           Track one, Dawn FM, is a simple intro track, however, … Continue reading The Weeknd Dawn FM Review

The Weeknd Echoes Of Silence Review

With The Weeknd’s newest album set to come out this week on January 7th, and the ten-year anniversary of the mixtape Echoes of Silence happening just a few weeks ago, it’s the perfect time to review this fantastic mixtape by The Weeknd.            Track one D.D. is a great rendition of Michael Jackson’s Dirty Diana. The Weeknd really showcases his ability to do so many different … Continue reading The Weeknd Echoes Of Silence Review

The French Dispatch Review

West Anderson, the famous American film director, did it again with his new movie, the French Dispatch. Released on October 22nd, the cinematic masterpiece shares some of the stories from the last issue of the French Dispatch newspaper, a fictional publication heavily based on the New Yorker. With a stacked cast including Owen Wilson, Tilda Swinton, and Timothee Chalamet, expect nothing less than spectacular scenes … Continue reading The French Dispatch Review

HNDRXX Future Album Review

  Future is most well known for his non-caring and destructive lifestyle, but in HNDRXX, Future opens up and shows a more vulnerable side to him. While Future was more open at the start of his career in regards to relationships on this album, Future goes more in-depth into his life and other issues he faces.             Track one, My Collection, is as toxic as it gets … Continue reading HNDRXX Future Album Review

Faces Review

By: Emily Bracher The late rapper Mac Miller’s mixtape, Faces, was officially re-released on October 15th. It was originally released on May 11th, 2014, but was only available on other streaming platforms. With the announcement of its release on September 15th, Face’s first single Color and Shapes was released. Malcolm James McCormick, better known as Mac Miller, sadly passed away at the age of 26 … Continue reading Faces Review

Future Monster Mixtape Review

One of the most underrated and influential mixtapes of the 2010s, Monster, by Future, opened the door for the future of trap music and changed rap to as we know it is today. With it being overlooked by the mainstream listeners of today, I’m gonna give my take on the 2014 mixtape.             Track one Radical wastes no time getting into the dark sound of the … Continue reading Future Monster Mixtape Review

A New Direction for Horror?

SLIGHT SPOILER WARNING FOR “THERE’S SOMEONE INSIDE YOUR HOUSE” AND THE “FEAR STREET” TRILOGY This concept is not subtle: their villains are rich white men who feel entitled to take what they want, just as in the real world. However, that doesn’t mean that these films should be totally brushed aside as “trying too hard.” Henry Gayden, the screenwriter for There’s Someone Inside Your House, … Continue reading A New Direction for Horror?

Kid Cudi Man On the Moon: The End of Day Review

   Kid Cudi’s first and arguably most influential project, Man On the Moon: The End of Day, is one that has created many artists we see today and changed the landscape of rap music forever. With it’s deep topics that were aside from the norm of rap at the time, it was a new light to the music scene and allowed for much diversity for years … Continue reading Kid Cudi Man On the Moon: The End of Day Review

Baby Keem The Melodic Blue Review

 The debut studio album for Baby Keem The Melodic Blue was an album I wasn’t really too excited for just over a month ago. But after some great performances on songs with Kayne West and Kendrick Lamar especially I became intrigued and decided to give the album a listen when it was released, safe to say it beat my expectations.             Track one, trademark usa, throws … Continue reading Baby Keem The Melodic Blue Review