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King Falls AM is a podcast meant for people who love conspiracies

A mix between Gravity Falls and Welcome to Night Vale, with better insults  The sleepy town of King Falls is a place where anything can happen. Where rainbow lights abduct locals to apparitions of Abraham Lincoln residing in a library to shadow demons calling into the local AM radio station, something odd is bound to happen. Hosted

Psychos, zombies, and identical twins, oh my!

a few tips on how to survive friday the 13th Both the day, Friday, and the number, 13, have been considered unlucky on their own. However, when these two powerhouses of bad fortune are combined, many dastardly people and creatures tend to crawl out from

AC/DC | Back In Black | Retro Album Review

Atlantic Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Almost 40 years ago, the Australian band AC/DC released Back In Black, a tribute album to the former lead singer, Bon Scott, after his death. The background of this album contributes to its free-living lyrics and overall

Behind the making of the Grammys

How the winners are decided The 62nd annual Grammys award show has left the music industry buzzing with excitement. Not only did Billie Eilish break a record by being the youngest person to win the ‘Big Four’ awards (Song, Record, Album, and New Artist), but

Is it worth it? Lemme work it.

the pros and cons of a sugar parent-sugar child relationship A Sugar Daddy/Momma is, according to Seeking.com, a man or woman with, “Abundant resources… looking for someone to share in his (or her) extraordinary life.” Rich men and women share their wealth in meaningful ways in

Drop the gun, pick up the sword

An increase in the popularity of swords will drive down gun violence The year is 1364. Overall, not very exciting, except for the fact that it is the year of the first ever recorded use of a firearm. The same year society started going downhill.

Underwater makes waves

Seven miles below the surface of the ocean, there is no light, temperatures are freezing cold, and the things that live there are more terrifying than anything out of a horror movie. This is the setting for the recently released film Underwater, directed by William

Reboots, sequels, and fanchise fatigue

the best and worst of this year on the silver screen 2019 has been a year packed full of movies coming from Hollywood that are either reboots of old movies or sequels. While the rule has been the original film is always better, lately the

The best video game of the year has no name

Untitled Goose Game 2019 has been a year of many great video games. Blair Witch terrified the masses, Days Gone provided all with a heart-wrenching story set in the zombie apocalypse, and Observation led the player on a Kubrickian-style adventure to space. However, the real

Biggest disappointments in TV and film

Cinematic duds The trailer of a movie or television show is meant to spark interest and excitement surrounding the project, and many often succeed. However, just because the trailer is good, that does not mean the actual content will be. These are a few of