“The Girl In the Spider’s Web” leaves audience members stuck in their seats

Opening up to two small children playing chess, the screenwriters and director of "The Girl in the Spider's Web" creates a plot full of mystery ...
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“Bohemian Rhapsody” is the queer rock biopic audiences didn’t know they needed

With the release of "Bohemian Rhapsody," fans and critics alike were skeptical as to whether or not the biopic would do justice to the incredible ...
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“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” sends chills down viewers’ spines

This review contains spoilers for “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” Ever since “Riverdale” premiered in January 2017, the Archie Comics craze has not died down. The ...
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Video game leaks affect gamer’s experiences, for better or worse

Video game leaks are nothing new to the entertainment industry and have existed almost as long as video games themselves have. The internet and social media make leaking “top-secret” information to ...
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Scream-A-Geddon vs. Halloween Horror Nights

Halloween Horror Nights is an annual event hosted at Universal Studios that has been occurring for 28 years. The ticket prices start at $62.99 if ...
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“Halloween” scares audiences once again with another installment

The multi-movie franchise “Halloween” has added a new installment to the iconic series. This recent entry both wonderfully pays tribute to the past-films, as well ...
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“The Hate U Give” tugs on more than just heartstrings

Before Angie Thomas' Young Adult novel "The Hate U Give," dropped in February 2017, or even hit shelves, a movie deal was already in the ...
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“Bad Times at the El Royale” was a bad time

A motel between Nevada and California, the El Royale, is where a showdown occurs between a random group of seven people. They all meet in ...
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Nostalgia keeps “Will and Grace” season two alive

With a new introduction to the cast, new storylines, and always hilarious jokes, the season two premiere of "Will and Grace" did not disappoint. The half-hour ...
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“Riverdale” season three doesn’t bring anything unique to teen television

Contains minor spoilers for season three of "Riverdale." "Riverdale" gave no shortage of confusion and drama in its season premiere Wednesday. The widely popular teen ...
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