TV Review: “Love, Death, & Robots”

If any Black Mirror fans have been disappointed at the absence of a sixth season this year, let me introduce you to Love, Death & Robots. This Netflix series just released its first season last year, there are a total of 18 episodes. Each episode is a different short story that encompasses various genres such as science fiction, dystopian realities, horror, comedy, and more…

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“Gifted”: A Heartwarming Tale

Recently I had the pleasure of watching the movie Gifted, which weaves the tale of a girl whose mother was a mathematical genius. This gene was passed down to her daughter, and after her suicide, her daughter was left in the care of her uncle. The viewer follows the lives of both the little girl and her uncle through the discovery that the little girl is a mathematical prodigy. Through an intense amount of emotion and detailed personal storytelling, Gifted is to portray family in a whole new and heartwarming light that allows the audience to fully experience what it is truly like to love and be loved…

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TV Review: The 100

Unlike many TV shows geared toward the teenage population, the 100 focuses on sacrifice and family. It takes place in the future, and focuses on 100 teenagers sent to the ground from space to see if Earth is habitable since a radiation wave killed the entire population on the ground. However, once the 100 get to the ground, they realize that there are survivors on Earth…

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Take a Trip Through The Adventure Zone

The greatest of stories often have the humblest beginnings. First recorded as a self-contained limited series by the comedic improv geniuses that are Griffin, Travis, and Justin McElroy along with their father Clint, The Adventure Zone has since become one of the most popular TTRPG podcasts to date with a solid 5.0 rating on the Apple Store, hundreds of millions of downloads, three graphic novel adaptations of their adventures that skyrocketed to the NYT’s Bestsellers list upon release, and accolades of the podcast gather at conventions and live shows to hear the latest shenanigans that the McElroys put their characters through…

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Recommended Watch: The Method

The Method is a Russian crime drama television series that follows Esenya Steklova, an ambitious woman who just graduated in law enforcement, and Meglin, a mysterious man who has agreed to take Esenya as his trainee. Meglin is well known for his knowledge of the psychology behind serial killers, something others call his Method. He teaches Esenya this so-called method as they go around solving serial killers…

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A Worthwhile Read- Bloodleaf

Crystal Smith’s 2019 release Bloodleaf caught my attention as soon as I spotted it on the shelf and kept it until the moment I closed it with a satisfied sigh. The blurb on the back promised me a princess willing to risk everything to save her kingdom, a bloodthirsty and witch-hunting enemy, and love in the midst of chaos, and it definitely delivered. It didn’t take me long to fall in love with the characters and become invested in their good intentions and fast team work..

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Dissect – Your New Favorite Podcast

My recent vice has been the Spotify Original Podcast titled ‘Dissect’, hosted by Cole Cuchna. A ‘long form musical analysis broken into short, digestible episodes’, this podcast analyzes hit albums dedicating each episode to a song. Not only does it break down the lyrics and references, but it goes deep into the musical composition analyzing chords, beats, and production…

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The Best Rap Music of October 2020…

The COVID-19 pandemic has allotted so many people a whole lot of extra time, be it wanted or unwanted. Of those people, many notable rappers have turned in quite a productive year with the extra time and fans, such as myself, are grateful and have been absolutely loving the cornucopia of fresh bangers. The month of October might just have been the frontrunner for best month of the year in terms of new music, so I have taken it upon myself to break down the top three rap albums of the month…

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