Will Goblin help me get sucked in the black hole of K-Drama?
The original Netflix series just couldn't unlock its full potential
It’s a rom-com that begins and ends like one Warning: Spoilers ahead. To All The Boys P.S. I Still Love You begins like most romance movies do: a montage of a girl getting ready for her first-ever real date. This is
Controversial wellness ideas aside, the show attempts to discuss a variety of topics we find hard or shameful to talk about In this life, many of us know few ways to cope: science, recreation and religion. Science, by which I mean
In Queer Eye: We're in Japan!, key cultural differences are highlighted—and challenged
These lead characters challenged stereotypes and paved the way for change in popular media
Let’s talk the moments that followed that El Camino drive
A crime-founded love affair, serial killer v. serial killer and—whoops!—the real camp murderer is revealed! So much truth and yet so much darkness; episode four drops the series’ biggest (at least for now) revelation: the true Camp Redwood killer. We also
Unbelievable is a factual retelling of a series of rapes based on a 2015 Pulitzer Prize-winning piece from ProPublica and The Marshall Project.
A whole lotta slashing, impaling and killing—let the body count begin!
WTF’s all around and throughout episode two AHS:1984 opened on a high note—the opening credits is bomb AF, the cast and costumes were fab excessive, and the madness is just irresistible. But while the series has had its WTF moments in
#OrangeForever Orange Is The New Black is a series that took me years to even begin watching. Call it aversion to popular culture or severe avoidance of queer bait-y series and movies. BUT the moment my partner and I started watching