Review of “Us”: Jordan Peele’s Latest Horror Movie Depicts A Horrifying New Reality

Jordan Peele, Director of 2016’s thrilling and suspenseful movie Get Out, just released a movie that questions our psychology and the trust we have in others. Us is about a seemingly average family who spend their summer vacation in Santa Cruz, and are soon confronted and attacked by people called “The Tethered.” “The Tethered” are … Continue reading Review of “Us”: Jordan Peele’s Latest Horror Movie Depicts A Horrifying New Reality

#OscarsSoWhite: The Reality Behind the Hashtag

I hope Chris Rock does not hold back. "Welcome to the 87th Oscars. Tonight we honor Hollywood's best and whitest – sorry, brightest." - Neil Patrick Harris This joke might just make a reappearance in the 88th Academy Awards this February. Once again, there is an astonishing lack of diversity amongst the nominees. Of the … Continue reading #OscarsSoWhite: The Reality Behind the Hashtag

Captain America Civil War: A Quick Look At What’s To Come

If you are not crazy excited for Captain America Civil War after seeing this trailer, ARE YOU EVEN HUMAN? (Actually, Inhumans would also be excited by this, so there's no excuse.) This is the biggest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to date. Two major superheroes, Iron Man and Captain America, are going head … Continue reading Captain America Civil War: A Quick Look At What’s To Come

Crimson Peak: What They Did Right and What They Did Wrong

This past week, Guillermo Del Toro’s film Crimson Peak premiered in theaters, which stars Mia Wasikowska and Tom Hiddleston. The film centers around Edith, a woman who marries a mysterious man named Thomas Sharpe and finds herself living in his haunted home. After seeing the film, there were some things I loved and some things … Continue reading Crimson Peak: What They Did Right and What They Did Wrong