Post Masonry – Style 2

Expert Travel Hacks from Experienced Travelers

Let’s be honest and recognize that traveling is a two-sided coin. There is one side…

Review: Hulu’s ‘Legacy’ Is a Winner, Sports Fan or Not

I will give you a full disclosure: I am not a sports fan. Moreover, I…

Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton on Their Eccentric Film ‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’

BGN interviews Idris Elba (The Djinn) and Tilda Swinton (Alithea) for their latest film Three…

Review: Apple TV+’s ‘Bad Sisters’ Is Diabolical Fun

The Garvey sisters are up to something wicked, and their devious antics are a joy…

Beyonce’s ‘Renaissance’ Saves Us from Ourselves

What have we been doing the last two and half years? To save us from…

5 Best Studio Ghibli Films

Studio Ghibli is an award-winning anime studio that has been impressing audiences with its awe-inspiring…

Beyonce’s Album ‘Renaissance’ Has Been Under Attack but Why?

After six years of waiting, Beyonce blessed her fans with another genius work of art that…

‘Delia’s Gone’ Starring Stephan James and Marisa Tomei in Theaters August 19th

Delia’s Gone follows Louis (Stephan James), who has an intellectual disability and lives with his…

Everything You Need to Know About When the ‘Highlander’ Series Went Femme Fatale

1986’s Highlander and its sequels are most definitely one of the hardest-to-explain franchises in recent…

Review: ‘Prey’ Honors Indigenous Knowledge and Resilience, But We Can’t Ignore Anti-Blackness Inherent in the ‘Predator’ Framework

‘Prey’ is a mixed bag when it comes to Indigenous and Black representation and inclusion on screen.

Cult Classics: The Pure Awesomeness of ‘Predator’ (1987)

So, it looks like the impossible has happened. Over thirty years after its 1987 release,…

Review: Watching How Much We Watch in HBO’s ‘The Princess’

It’s impossible to say there’s a dearth of media related to Diana, Princess of Wales,…