Every month, a slew of sci-fi thrillers, rom-coms and documentaries dribble out on Netflix — most with little or no fanfare.
Apocalyptic but wistful, unsettling but eerily calm, Deerhunter’s eighth album “Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?” is a subtle but striking work of art.
Alice Merton broke onto the music scene in 2016 when she went straight to the top of the charts with her powerful single “No Roots.” Merton also released two other singles, “Why So Serious” and “Funny Business” in 2018.
Kevin Hart’s comedic skills and chemistry with Bryan Cranston creates a feel-good, laugh-out-loud drama that focuses on an unlikely friendship between two very different people.
Since releasing its first EP six years ago, The 1975 has made itself a household name in indie pop, with major hits like “Chocolate” and “Love Me” dominating music charts in recent years.
Based on the short story “Gräns” by John Ajvide Lindqvist, “Border” has all the unrestrained pretension of Oscar bait: a sluggish pace, an inscrutable fantasy element and a relentless melancholy.
On this week’s episode of “Deja View,” host Jake Leary sits down with staff writer Liza Gillespie and Ithaca College screenwriting student Sean Murphy to complain about “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” Much to the trio’s disappointment, Netflix’s take on the teenage witch doesn’t capture the magic of the character.
In this week’s episode of Deja View, Reviews Editor Jake Leary sits down with Staff Writer Colin Tessier to discuss his review of “It.” Then, Jake and Colin discuss the life and work of Stephen King.
While it was exciting to watch Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel revive their roles as the Lorelai and Rory, the show failed to live up to the hype.