Need an excuse to procrastinate, or want something to look forward to after finals? Film columnist Hannah Eliot SC ’24 has you covered with film and TV recommendations.
The brilliance of “Everything Everywhere All at Once” comes from its equal focus on style and substance, writes film columnist Gerrit Punt PO ’24.
“The Northman” is overly violent and unpleasant to watch, frightful in both senses. According to film columnist Adam Osman-Krinsky PO ’25, revenge in this revenge film is not justified.
Music columnist Nicholas Black PO ’24 dives into the world of “drainers” — fans of the music collective Drain Gang — explaining trends among fans and why the group has such a hold on so many people.
In his very first memoir, “The Return,” Hisham Matar tells more than just a story: he creates magic. And so, according to book columnist Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23, writing is like art.
With its incredible writing and acting, “Better Call Saul” is a success of a sequel, argues to TV columnist Claire DuMont SC ’23. Even if you haven’t seen “Better Call Saul’s” forerunner, you can still enjoy it.
Don’t underestimate the power of a parody like Birds Aren’t Real to help you make sense of a society overflowing with real and dangerous conspiracy theories, writes Annika Reff PO ’25.
If you think that summer reading is only for school, book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 suggests that you think again. It can also be for fun!
True crime fans: be wary of the glamorization of violence, writes TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23.
Film columnist Adam Osman-Krinsky PO ’25 dissects Jerrod Carmichael’s new special “Rothaniel,” explaining how it speaks to the confusion of a post-pandemic society.