Opinion

‘The Vampire Diaries’: A Missed Opportunity of Bonnie Bennett

As a teenage girl in the early 2010s, I was the prime target audience for…

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and the Future of The CROWN Act

April 7, 2022. This date may not mean much to many Americans, but it is…

Cult Classics: No Slapstick, Just Humor and Pathos in ‘Men in Black’

Say what you will about Will Smith, but you can’t deny that the man is…

Here are 5 Reasons Why Halle Berry’s ‘Catwoman’ Wasn’t Nearly as Bad as we Remember

It’s been almost 20 years since the release of Jean-Christophe “Pitof” Comar’s Catwoman. The superhero…

Representation and Race in HBO’s ‘The Gilded Age’ 

I began The Gilded Age because I was craving a period drama and the latest…

Wakanda Has Its Own Hulk Buster Armor: Here’s Why

2016’s Captain America: Civil War post-credit scene first introduced Wakanda on the silver screen as…

Steel vs. Iron: Who Wins When Superman and John Henry Irons Come to Blows?

Superman is one of the most iconic comic book characters of all time and the…

Cult Classics: ‘New Jack City’ is Clunky at Heart with its Timely Messages

It feels only appropriate that we compare 1991’s New Jack City to 1983’s Scarface.  Both…

Wakanda’s Techno-Organic Jungle Must Be Explored in ‘Black Panther 2’

Following a series of delays, the upcoming Black Panther: Wakanda Forever finally landed a release…

‘The Lost Boys’ through a ‘Dracula’ Lens Highlights the Film’s Queer Subtext On Its 35th Anniversary

The Lost Boys has long been recognized as an essential example of queer horror, but for anyone still on the fence here are some final nails in the coffin of the theory.