‘Eater’s Guide to the World’ is as fresh as the food it highlights.
Uneven pacing and a decided lack of romance between its leads hinder Netflix’s suspenseful gothic film ‘Rebecca.’
‘The Trial of the Chicago 7,’ Aaron Sorkin’s latest drama, points to persisting systemic issues in the U.S.’s criminal justice system.
‘American Murder: The Family Next Door’ investigated a harrowing crime with archival footage from police investigations, trial proceeding, and–perhaps surprisingly–Facebook.
HBO’s fictional retelling of the White House Farm murders shies away from sensationalism in favor of character development.
The excessive narration of ‘The Devil All the Time’ detracts from its harrowing tale of virtue and vice.
The ‘Away’ series presents a cast of diverse characters, but its American protagonist holds the show back from reaching new heights in the sci-fi genre.
With the start of November comes more midterm stress, a second wave of fall, and the dreaded week of class registration. For me, this little time of year has always brought about frantic planning and research. Of course, when I first came to Boston College, I registered for classes with vigor, drawing up a long…