Tower of Nero: The End of the Percy…

Author Rick Riordan has added another book to his vast bibliography with “Trials of Apollo: Tower of Nero.” Not only is “Tower of Nero” the 5th book in the “Trials of Apollo” series, but also the 15th and last book in the Percy Jackson…

The Life and Filmography of Alejandro Jodorowsky

Today, everyone knows the names of George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese as filmmakers who forever changed to the industry; however, very few people are aware of the director, Alejandro Jodorowsky, who pioneered the surreal genre... People who are aware of Jodorowsky are mostly only…

A Review of K-Pop Albums from Summer 2020

The Best and Worst K-Pop Songs from Summer 2020  The Rookies  Treasure has gained the attention of the K-Pop community being YG Entertainment's first male group in 5 years. Since their formation during the conclusion of…

Oscar Diversity Standards

Recently the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, also known as the Oscars, announced new standards for diversity and representation in their Best Picture line up, which will go into effect by 2024. In the Oscars’ official statement, the standards are to “encourage equitable…

Should the Senate Pass a New COVID-19 Relief…

$1200 over the past 6 months, or $6 per day is how much every American adult received in stimulus under the CARES Act from March. Even though over 70% of Americans support a second round of stimulus checks and other protections, we…

Taylor Swift’s “Folklore”

Introduction 2020 certainly has had its ups and downs, but for Swifties all around, Taylor Swift’s new album may have been one of the unexpected ups. Her eighth studio album, “Folklore,” released on July 24, came as a complete surprise and was…

Scoob!

Scooby-Doo has been solving mysteries with “the gang” on the silver screen since 1969, but perhaps the biggest mystery is why 2020’s “Scoob!” turned out to be such a disappointment. With an all-star cast with the likes of Will Forte, Gina Rodriguez,…

Retrospecting on the DC Extended Universe

The DC superhero movies have had difficulty connecting with audiences. While the studio has had some recent successes, their attempt at a shared universe will always be looked back on as a failure. While Marvel’s first “Avengers” movie was…