Happy Halloween! If you were debating capping off Spooky Season with a viewing of Hocus Pocus 2, it is just very clear that this is more for the younger audience as opposed to people who grew up with the original.
‘City of God’ depicts the cylindrical cycle of violence that is forced upon the underprivileged.
Writer and producer of ‘Remember Me: The Mahalia Jackson Story’, Ericka Nicole Malone discusses her humble beginnings in the industry.
A bond between a girl and her dog takes an unexpected twist as the dog is not what it seems.
The Vietnamese perspective is not only completely ignored in ‘The Greatest Beer Run Ever’, but it is blatantly whitewashed and disrespected.
The sequel to the 2021 remake of the same name continues from where we last left off in this spooky adventure.
‘Living’ dives into many themes that we can all understand regardless of our cultural backgrounds. We can see this through the shared similarities between ‘Ikiru’ and ‘Living’.
Hanna Bergholm’s ‘Hatching’ shows us that the modern version of the cardboard world trope is social media.
The more we learned with each passing minute the bigger the reveal. This film ends with a serious bang and it was truly a joy to watch.
Our trilogy at Seabrook High School starts with a rivalry between zombies and humans who eventually come together.