Christian slam poet turned folk singer Bradley Hathaway marks his return to poetry with “Flesh Eater”, a riveting and controversial album about lust and faith which is sure to leave its mark on you with its candor, explicitness, and spirituality.Read more "Music Review: “Flesh Eater” – Bradley Hathaway"
When it comes to my guilty pleasure of shark attack films, 47 Meters Down is far from the bottom of the pool. It’s not scraping the sea floor like Shark Night 3D, that’s for sure. But it doesn’t quite swim right below the surface as The Shallows does either. It’s a few more meters down.Read more "Film Review: 47 Meters Down"
The Bad Batch is a fascinating, quirky, original and, at times, a darkly humorous film that is slightly bogged down by a narrative that takes a little too much time to get going in places.Read more "Film Review: The Bad Batch"
Okay, okay, I know this album came out at the very beginning of the year. But hear me out, I just finished watching “The Leftovers”, and I’m feeling a lot of things.Read more "Music Review: “Near to the Wild Heart of Life” – Japandroids"
Edgar Wright proves once again that he is one of the best directors of this generation with his passion project, Baby Driver.Read more "Film Review: Baby Driver"
It Comes At Night is another impressive effort from Trey Edward Shults, in his sophomore effort, creating a tense drama set in the backwoods of a dystopian future.Read more "Film Review: It Comes At Night"
As I walked out of the screening for Wonder Woman among the sea of viewers largely complimenting the film with overall satisfaction, I had to refrain from turning to them and exasperatingly asking: “Why don’t you see that Wonder Woman deserves more than this!?”Read more "Film Review: Wonder Woman"