5 Reasons You Should Stay Home and Watch Bon Appétit!

Imagine if The Office was about a group of kitchen workers instead of paper sellers, well that my friend is what the Bon Appétit YouTube channel is.

SXSW: 5 Music Videos You Can Watch Right Now

Even though SXSW was cancelled, SXSW had the wonderful idea to release an online catalog to accredited press. Throughout the week we will highlight artists, filmmakers and post film reviews to help spread the word about the talent that was originally meant to feature their various forms of art at SXSW! Kicking off our coverage … Continue reading SXSW: 5 Music Videos You Can Watch Right Now

The Rules of the Game Change in John Leguizamo’s ‘Critical Thinking’ – Review

One will probably never see chess reach nail-biting velocity outside of Critical Thinking. Even if they do, it will be without the authenticity that John Leguizamo pumps into this directorial debut. The Colombian born and New York raised actor is well known for being in front of the camera in esteemed work such as When … Continue reading The Rules of the Game Change in John Leguizamo’s ‘Critical Thinking’ – Review

11 Movies Directed by Women That You Can Stream on Netflix

Happy International Women's Day! To celebrate we put together a quick list of 11 movies that were directed women and available to stream right now! Check out the list below: 13th Dir. Ava DuVernay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6IXQbXPO3I DuVernay explores the history of racial inequality in the United States, focusing on the fact that the nation's prisons are … Continue reading 11 Movies Directed by Women That You Can Stream on Netflix

‘Onward’ is a Heartfelt Film for the Entire Family – Review

The latest Disney/Pixar collaboration is upon us with the mystical movie, Onward. Set in a land filled with various mythical creatures like elves, centaurs, unicorns, the manticore (Octavia Spencer) and much more, the notion of magic has long faded. With magic being difficult to wield for many of the land’s inhabitants, modern conveniences have taken … Continue reading ‘Onward’ is a Heartfelt Film for the Entire Family – Review

Interview: Leigh Whannell Talks ‘The Invisible Man’, the Dark Realism Grounding the Story & More

I had the opportunity to speak to Leigh Whannell, who wrote, directed, and executive produced The Invisible Man. During our interview, we spoke about how the film came about, what it was like directing his own screenplay, and the dark realism that grounds the film! Check out our conversation below: (Courtesy of Universal Pictures) I … Continue reading Interview: Leigh Whannell Talks ‘The Invisible Man’, the Dark Realism Grounding the Story & More

Disney+ Orders “THE PROUD FAMILY: LOUDER AND PROUDER” Series

Disney+ has ordered the long-anticipated revival of the groundbreaking animated series "The Proud Family" which, 18 years after its Disney Channel premiere, is still beloved for its characters, stories and multilayered humor and for its messages about inclusion and cultural diversity in a smart, modern way. The new animated family sitcom "The Proud Family: Louder … Continue reading Disney+ Orders “THE PROUD FAMILY: LOUDER AND PROUDER” Series

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Op-Ed: Lil Nas X is Making Black History

* Photography in featured image by Camila Falquez Black History Month was established to honor the achievements Black people have made in the past. These achievements helped shape today for the better. While it's absolutely necessary to celebrate these Black people and educate those who are unaware of them and their achievements, Black History Month … Continue reading Op-Ed: Lil Nas X is Making Black History

Jayro Bustamante’s ‘La Llorona’ is Quintessential Latinx Horror – Review

Guatemalan director and writer Jayro Bustamante has just delivered one of the most unique horror films of not only the decade, but of the 21st century so far. The tale of La Llorona is the most famous Latin urban legend on earth. By now, the female phantom who cries out for her drowned children needs … Continue reading Jayro Bustamante’s ‘La Llorona’ is Quintessential Latinx Horror – Review

‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’ is a Charming Sequel – Review

The sequel to Netflix's To All the Boys I've Loved Before is finally out and I have been waiting since I finished the first movie to see Lara Jean Covey on my screen again. Based on the young adult book trilogy written by Jenny Han, the To All the Boys I've Loved Before series follows … Continue reading ‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’ is a Charming Sequel – Review