Opinion

Addams Family

Redefining Feminism: Why Morticia and Wednesday Addams Are the Underrated Feminists We Need

Written By: Rosh De Show of hands; who remembers the Morticia Addams snipping the roses…

Stand and Deliver

‘Stand and Deliver’: A Cultural Look at Latinos

Before the Mexican American actor Edward James Olmos directed and starred in 1992’s American Me,…

Frida Kahlo

‘Frida’ Celebrating Kahlo’s Prominent Legacy

Nearly eighteen years ago, director Julie Taymor released an intriguing biopic called Frida, with actors…

In Bruges

‘In Bruges’: A Tale of Self-Isolation Gone Wrong

Ray (Colin Farrell) is a novice hitman who mucks up his first job to assassinate…

Tank Girl

In 25 Years We’ve Moved Closer to the ‘Tank Girl’ World

The year is 2033 and Earth has been ravaged by a comet that caused a…

Vida

‘Vida’ Series Shines Vibrantly on Hispanic Culture

More Latino television series are proudly on the horizon for appearing on American screens. Tanya…

Attack on Titan

‘Attack on Titan’ Season 4 Just Got Its Best Updates So Far

Fans are celebrating the 2020 arrival of Attack on Titan’s final season. First released in…

Hamilton

‘Hamilton’ Shouts That Revolution Was Never a Moment, But Always a Movement

It’s time to rise up as the hit Broadway musical Hamilton is now available on…

Black Cops

Casting Black People as Cops Will Not Stop Black People from Dying

CW: Black death due to police (First, I want to name that this is my…

Black Mental Health

‘Insecure’ Season 4 Beautifully Reminds Us: Black Mental Health Matters

Fans are still recovering from the roller coaster of emotions that came with the Season…