Quinn XCII — real name Mikael Temrowski — released the sequel album to his debut EP "A Change of Scenery" this past week.
With the onslaught of fan theories popping up after each episode, it was pretty much inevitable that some people would end up disappointed.
Chicago-born Alexander 23 released his second studio EP “Oh No, Not Again!” in late February, a nine-track collection of pure relatability for anxious minds.
There’s nothing better than getting cozy on the couch, lighting some candles and watching a feel-good movie.
“The Little Things” does a lot of things different from traditional crime films, and I think that is where people get disappointed. Don’t expect to yield any sort of satisfaction from the film.
Inspired by Julia Quinn's novels, the series follows the Bridgerton family and the challenges each of the eight siblings face.
'WandaVision' is the first of many Marvel-related shows set to premiere on Disney+.
The sequel to "The Haunting of Hill House" cements the series as one of Netflix's most provoking horror anthologies.
"Hocus Pocus" is a Disney original Halloween film that is entertaining for all ages.
Just in time for sweater weather, alternative rock band The Neighbourhood dropped a new album that radiates relaxing fall energy.
Disney's 2020 live-action remake of "Mulan" is perfect for young children's introduction to breaking gender stereotypes.
Both diverting and digestible, the show weaves just enough substance throughout a far-fetched science fiction plot.
Director Josh Boone takes on this latest Marvel venture with a spin-off from the X-Men series, "The New Mutants."
Even after so many months of watching and rewatching films at home, 'Tenet' was initially less satisfying than expected.
On The Spot Improv's podcast is a virtual continuation of the group's comedic presence on campus.
With all six seasons now available on Netflix, here are 10 episodes Kyle Helie recommends to get you started.
Despite its length, the short chapters and captivating plotline made it a quick read.
While “The Right Swipe” lacked a groundbreaking plotline and original characters, it included a diverse array of topics.
"Onward" is a movie I recommend, but doesn't live up to previous Pixar films.
The highlight of the night were the auditions for J. Cole’s verse. Three students took to the stage trying to prove who knew the words the best.