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Donald Glover is No Longer Just Watching The Throne

My favorite Kanye West verse is from his debut album The College Dropout on the song “Never Let Me Down,” with a sample from the band Blackjack’s song, “The Power of Love” and the line “Oh no I’ll never...
By Harold Rogers | May 10, 2018 | Featured Story, Music News, TV & Movies

Atlanta Is On Some Real Shit

I recommend Donald Glover’s FX show Atlanta to just about everyone with the articulate exclamations that it’s “so awesome” and “just wow.” But as the second season nears its end, I’ve been wondering: what makes Atlanta so wow? Besides...
By Harold Rogers | May 2, 2018 | Featured Story, TV & Movies

A Quiet Place Review

Directed by my personal favorite ‘The Office’ character, A Quiet Place is a sonically astounding movie thats audio perfectly compliments its scenic visual elements. From soothing to cringe-worthy, the audio takes you deeper into the characters world. At some...
By Allan Koikoi | April 10, 2018 | Featured Story, TV & Movies

Exit Survey: Steven Soderbergh’s Unsane

Steven Soderbergh’s latest film, Unsane, will likely slip past most people's radars this month. I don't think this bothers him in the slightest. Soderbergh knows how to make box-office smashes (Oceans 11, Magic Mike, Contagion), but this project falls...
By Ben Panzeca | March 28, 2018 | Featured Story, TV & Movies

2018 Oscar-Nominated Movies: A Reel Talk Roundtable

Best Picture Call Me by Your Name The last two scenes of Call Me by Your Name contain what I think are the two best moments in film this year. They are incredibly visceral, thanks in part to understated...
By WMSR Admin | March 4, 2018 | Featured Story, TV & Movies

Fate v. Choice: How TV Rom-Coms Portray Love

In the last two weeks, I finished watching two romantic comedy series (because I hate myself). One on Netflix, and the other binged on my Hulu free trial. Lovesick ran in England for two seasons and was commissioned for...
By Harold Rogers | March 4, 2018 | Featured Story, TV & Movies

THIS OR THAT with Allan Koikoi

Redhawk Radio sat Allan Koikoi down in front of the CD wall to ask some rapid fire questions, some of which offended the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Michael Jordan. Favorite...
By Claire Stemen | May 5, 2017 | Music At Miami, TV & Movies

The Gilmore Girls Return: Not Perfect, But Pretty Close

*This review contains mild spoilers. Not the last four words or anything, but don’t read this if you want to know absolutely nothing. Last Friday, Nov. 25, marked Gilmore Girls’ triumphant return to (kind of) television in the form...
By Kirby Davis | December 7, 2016 | Featured Story, TV & Movies

Mid-Semester Blues? Let These Movies Cheer You Up

In case you need a break from finals preparation, scheduling and frantic force-adding, here are six quality comedies streaming right now to distract you. What About Bob? (Netflix) Bill Murray is Bob, a man crippled by anxiety and countless...
By Kirby Davis | November 16, 2016 | Featured Story, TV & Movies

The Sure Thing Is Still A Sure Thing

I firmly believe that the best film released in 1985 was not Back to the Future or The Breakfast Club or The Goonies — it was The Sure Thing. I’m a sucker for blistering-hate-evolving-into-love scenarios, and The Sure Thing...
By Kirby Davis | November 2, 2016 | TV & Movies

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