Taylor Swift’s “Lover”: Loved Up and Uplifting

Taylor Swift's Lover is an uplifting pop album that explores the different sides of relationships. The album gets off to a sassy...

Was “Frozen 2” Worth the Wait?

After waiting for six years, we finally get to reunite with some of our favorite characters in Disney’s Frozen 2. But was the highly-anticipated sequel...

Grimes’ “Miss Anthropocene” is Beautifully Unique

Grimes' latest album is a unique blend of artistic sounds and experimental textures. The record opens with "So Heavy I Fell Through...

A Review of the 2019 Oscars: the Highs, the Lows, and Olivia Colman

Sunday night (Feb 24) saw an audience of glamorous celebrities gather once more for the 91st Oscar Ceremony. For the first time in 30 years,...

Here’s What We Thought About “The Witcher”

The Witcher was billed by many as the Netflix answer to Game of Thrones with a Lord of the Rings spin of wizards and Elves...

“El Camino”: The Closure We Needed

El Camino may just be the most exciting Netflix original of the year. The legendary TV series Breaking Bad ended 6 years ago and then...

Vampire Weekend’s “Father Of The Bride”: Cheesy, College Nostalgia Fun

It has been six years since we last received a studio album from Vampire Weekend. With such a long time having passed, we weren't sure...

Miley Cyrus’ “She Is Coming” is a Decent Pop EP

Miley Cyrus' new EP marks the star's latest reinvention. She has long ditched her Disney star reputation and has matured out of her twerking/attention-seeking days....

“Slender Man”: A Disappointing Horror Cliche

Earlier this decade, Slender Man was a sensation on the internet. Making a movie about him might have been a great idea back then but it seems...

McCartney’s “Egypt Station”: A Delight for Beatles’ fans

Paul McCartney's brand new album Egypt Station has just been released and it's a delight. Egypt Station is McCartney's 17th studio album since The Beatles. At 76 years...