With twisted storylines and outstanding artistry in representing the future, “Black Mirror” evokes terror, fascination and reflection in season four.
For approximately a decade, the real-life Bloom, dubbed the “Poker Princess,” ran high-stakes poker games in Los Angeles and New York City.
People who grew up in a certain era are often territorially protective of its positive aspects. For children of the ’90s, “Jumanji” was precious, even more so in the wake of Robin Williams’ death in 2014.
Comic artist and graphic novelist Julie Maroh is back on the market with her fourth book, “Body Music.” Translated from French by David Hormel, the collection of 21 vignettes on love and relationships was published this November.
“Three Billboards” handles anger and trauma 3.5/5 Life always seems to look for new ways to piss us off.
This semester, Coffeehouse aims to bring you art beyond your latte with the expansion of performance series “Espresso Yourself.”
Like other successful Marvel movies, Thor is an entertaining comic adventure that lacks real drama but makes up for it with solid performances, wild action scenes and hilarious banter.
In this psychological horror revenge story, director Yorgos Lanthimos transplants the nerve-shredding premises of ancient Greek tragedy into the 21st century.
Stranger Thing's hyped second season, which dropped on Oct. 27, mostly recaptures the quality of its predecessor, though narrative missteps make it slightly inferior.
In “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,” writer and director Angela Robinson tells the wild truth of the backstory to Wonder Woman’s creation, which was too taboo to be spoken of for decades.
Created by acclaimed director and writer Noah Baumbach, the movie is easily one of Netflix’s best films to date.
“Victoria & Abdul,” the cinematic presentation of his unlikely 14-year friendship with Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, aims right for the heart to tell a warm, uplifting story about the unexpected places friendship can take us.