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Review: The Shape of Water

(Content warning: violence, nudity, gore, sexual themes.) Part love story, part Cold War thriller, and part creature-feature, Guillermo del Toro blends these seemingly disparate film...

Review: Devilman Crybaby

(Content warning: violence, nudity, drug-use, body horror, gore, sexual themes, occult imagery) Avant-garde anime director Masaaki Yuasa of Kaiba (2008), The Tatami Galaxy (2010), and...

Album review: Sleeping at Last’s Christmas collection

Looking forward to the holidays as university students is a uniquely exhausting experience as the mirth of the season is dampened down by an...

Album review: Mumble rap made slimey

Mumble rap gets a bad rep. Thanks to the recent Future/Young Thug collab, this year saw the genre get just a little more exciting and...

Salt: A tasteful, action-packed take on the classic spy film

This 2010 film by director Phillip Noyce, called simply Salt stars Angelina Jolie and boasts a 62% on Rotten Tomatoes. The story goes that...

Spiderman Homecoming: does whatever a great movie can

Aside from run-time and rating, the most important qualifier of Spiderman: Homecoming is the amount of minutes the audience squeals. While I can admit...

Netflix: Cut To Pieces — Hacksaw Ridge

Perhaps the most beautiful thing about Netflix is how it unites projects lost or forgotten by an audience to a new viewer that may...

Wonder Woman deserves more than just wonder

There exists a fine line in film between fun and enjoyable cinema, and being too aggressively cheesy. Much of the legacy Marvel has built...

Not Dead in the Water

By the time fifth film comes around, as they often seem to lately, most franchises have run out of gas. 8-12 hours have already...

Netflix: Brad Pitt battles his way through mediocrity of War Machine

The best war films are those that strike a balance; highlight the combatants’ humanity, not just show how well they can pull a trigger,...