This month, celebrate Hispanic heritage by engaging with this director, actor, and movie.
The Walking Dead has long overstayed its welcome as a pop culture staple, but like a zombie, it’s back from the dead with Daryl Dixon. The new spinoff show serves as a needed franchise reset.
Waaw Waaw BC, the musical and cultural African group will perform on April 29 at the 25th Annual Arts Festival.
The horror movie ‘Evil Dead Rise’ explores the theme of motherhood through the demonic possession of Ellie, a mother who turns into the antithesis of a nurturing character.
The Star Wars franchise new releases rely on filler episodes and fail to emphasize the central relationship between Mando and Grogu.
‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ Offers Innovative Approach to Addressing the Pros and Cons of Interconnectivity
The play put on at Bonn Studio Theater showcased both societal criticisms and a comedic perspective on communicating in the modern world.
Staff writer Jack Weynand sat in on rehearsals and talked to the cast to see what a behind-the-scene of a theatre production looks like.
New Shazam sequel presents two storylines that differ in family values, but with similar goals of saving their respective people.
‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ Doesn’t Take Itself Seriously, Undermining Its Plot and Its Characters
Quantumania’s excess of fictional liberties weakens the narrative and potential of the the Marvel movie.
The second event of “Living in Color” showcased Black artist performances, from West African ensemble to gospel.