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It Does Not Belong in a Museum: Indiana Jones’ Colonizer Legacy

The Indiana Jones franchise leaves out vital historical facts about the USA’s own colonial influence, including how Jim Crow laws and slavery inspired the Nazis.

Review: Neil Gaiman Brings the Cosmic World of Dreams and Nightmares to Life in Netflix’s ‘The Sandman’

After over thirty years since its publication and several attempts at film adaptations, the highly-anticipated Netflix series The Sandman finally graces our screens. Based on the DC comic series of the same…

The Cast of ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ Gives us a Sneak Peek into Their Universe

BGN interviews the cast of the Prime Video series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Featured in the interviews are: Maxim Baldry (Isildur), Ema Horvath (Eärien), Lloyd Owen (Elendil),…

The Cast and Crew of ‘The Sandman’ Discuss Adapting a Graphic Novel Fave into Live Action

BGN interviews the cast and crew of the Netflix series The Sandman. Featured in the interviews are: Tom Sturridge (Dream), Vivienne Acheampong (Lucienne), Jenna Coleman (Johanna Constantine), Gwendoline Christie (Lucifer), Kirby Howell-Baptiste…

We Need More Black Villains Like Allison Hargreeves of ‘Umbrella Academy’

**The following article includes light spoilers of Season 3 of Umbrella Academy. When we see the same narrative of white men as villains in media for so long that beg us to…

‘Flowers in the Attic: The Origin’ is the Nuanced Adaptation VC Andrews’s Fans Have Waited Decades to Experience

Lifetime’s Flowers in the Attic: The Origin is the rare case of an adaptation far surpassing the book.

Celebrating August Happiness Happens Month

Exhausted by the self-help craze twenty-two years ago, the Secret Society of Happy People decided to step back and recognize that even as life challenges us, happiness happens. The group decided pursuing…

The Problem with the Biopic

So, let’s talk biopics. Although, at this point, I’d rather talk biopsies. In particular, let’s talk about the musical biopic and why 2007’s Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story was actually the…

Why Turok Deserves a Next-Gen Remaster

The Turok gaming series is a timeless classic that still lies in the hearts of action-loving gamers to this day, despite the fact that the first Turok game appeared more than 25…

10 Must-See Anime Attractions For World Traveling Otakus

Before the 2010s, attractions dedicated to anime fandom were few and far between, especially in North America. Back in the day, otakus were limited to the internet, local meetups, or competing for…

Is House Music Making a Comeback or Did It Never Leave?

If you haven’t heard Drake’s song “Massive” or memorized the lyrics to Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” then you must not have any connection to social media.  When these two prominent artists released…

Review: Rebecca Hall Captivates in ‘Resurrection,’ a Psychological Thriller Exploring the Horrors of Trauma

After its premiere at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, IFC Films acquired one of the freshest psychological thrillers of the year. Andrew Semans’ sophomore feature, Resurrection, explores the fear of parenthood, the…