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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Watch “The Queen’s Gambit”!

I haven’t been able to stop talking about “The Queen’s Gambit”. It takes place in the 1960s and depicts a chess prodigy named Beth Harmon. Coming from very little, the main character is able to climb her way up and do something no woman has been able to do before, especially during this time period. The setting, plot, cinematic style, and way the story is told truly hooks the audience and inspires them…

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TV Review: A Teacher

From the start, I could tell this would be a show of interest. The show takes a rather naughty idea of a teacher sleeping with one of their students and exemplifies it. Now this is a concept that is considered taboo and frankly, illegal, which makes it all the more interesting. I understand this is not everyone’s cup of tea, and it wasn’t something I was entirely sold on during the first episode, but I felt myself being roped into this story…

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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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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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Take a Break From School by Watching a Show About School

With school starting back up and routines settling in, it’s easy to feel stressed or overwhelmed. If you’ve been looking for a way to relax, then look no further! The show, Community, is set in a community college, and is one of the most hilarious, meta shows of all time….

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To Do: Read

Here is a fun fact that’s not so fun: spending all day on the computer for class can be mentally and physically exhausting. Now, that’s not a surprise. The big surprise for me has been just how easily I get bored and antsy during the school day! Based on my misadventures and attempts to take care of my brain during busy days, here are some tips to stay on top of your work while fueling yourself with free time…

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Unwind with Adventure Time

Adventure Time is full of some of the most incredible world-building I’ve ever seen in any format, cartoon or live-action, and executes one of the most wholesome, intense, and emotional stories in recent media. More often than not, I’ll have it playing in the background as I work. With it’s catchy opening and credits themes, energetic voice-acting, and colorful artwork, I find it works both as a nice de-stresser and as a motivator for my own writing…

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