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Midsommar, Black Mirror, and more summer hits

Theaters and streaming services haven’t disappointed Fall: school’s approaching, stress is on the rise, yet that doesn’t mean people have to stop binging what’s on streaming services. It’s the perfect time of the year to catch up on the latest movies and TV shows that

Review: Netflix’s Love, Death and Robots

What more could viewers ask for? Combine Black Mirror with animation and the result is Netflix’s sci-fi fantasy anthology Love, Death, and Robots (LD+R). Creators David Fincher and Tim Miller pay ode to the beautiful craftsmanship of digital animation with a variety of short stories

Netflix’s Sex Education hits a home run

Teen sex comedy explores female sexuality Netflix’s new original series, Sex Education, dropped on Jan. 11, and it’s the most recent proof that when it comes to originals, Netflix is a titan in the TV industry. With no shortage of new shows and movies streaming

Netflix raising subscription costs

Company prioritizing original content One of the most popular streaming services, Netflix, just announced that they will be raising their prices across the United States for new subscribers, and existing users should expect to see their bills begin to rise over the next three months.

How does binge culture affect viewer experience?

It is more convenient and fun By Jaleesia Fobbs Streaming services have given viewers instant gratification through content anytime and anywhere. Services such as Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime give consumers the opportunity to be able to watch original content and catch up on both old

Media’s negative impact in the court room

COURT CASES ARE WRONGFULLY IMPACTED BY MEDIA Though media outlets give the public a better understanding of issues by unravelling facts and navigating convoluted stories, media also poses the threat of influencing situations. This phenomenon is most often seen in documentary films and television series

Second season expands Stranger Things world

HAWKINS HAS NEW RESIDENTS When Stranger Things debuted in 2016, it became an instant hit. Viewers clung to the 80s nostalgia and a rebirth of The Goonies gang. Often times with popular shows, there’s a myth that succeeding seasons can’t possibly surpass the quality of the

Patton Oswalt’s return to stand-up

NETFLIX SPECIAL FEATURES A CANDID COMIC It’s chaos. Be kind.” Those were the words of Patton Oswalt’s late wife, Michelle McNamara, and the phrase became a repeated mantra in Oswalt’s newest stand-up special, Annihilation. Oswalt surprised the comedy world when Netflix announced that he would