Kid Cudi’s new album “Entergalactic” brings along an original adult animated film that amplifies the emotional aspect of the show, but not all songs hit the same on their own.
Film & Television
Any articles related to film and television should fall in this category. This category will most likely be filled with reviews and/or commentary on films and/or television series.
Newly appointed Film and Electronic arts Department Chair Adam Moore shares details about experience at LBSU so far.
Red carpets, panels, movie screenings, and after parties rocked the Scottish Rite Cultural Center during the Catalina Film Festival.
Award-nominated writer-director holds showing of most recent work, followed by Q&A
Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” puts the dark side of the DC cinematic universe on display with its visuals, choice of cast, and storyline.
The new Hulu documentary, ‘Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson’ spotlights the unfair treatment and sexism of the singer caused by the media.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to expand with the release of ‘The Eternals’ which featured great visuals and a diverse cast.
The new movie ‘Spencer’ deeply explores the most vulnerable side of Princess Diana through Kirsten Stewart’s performance and visual storytelling.
“The Many Saints of Newark”, the prequel film to one HBO’s hit shows, doesn’t stand well on its own, but it excels where it needs to the most.
Travon Free, writer and co-director of “Two Distant Strangers,” won an Oscar for the short film at the 93rd Academy Awards. The film follows a young man who finds himself stuck in a time loop, forcing him to relieve a police encounter that ends in his death.