Entertainment and Media
How African Americans Got On the Dick Van Dyke Show
The nearly all-white world of the Dick Van Dyke Show was finally integrated by a black family in 1963.
Synth Single Review: "Cherry Blossom" by Summer In Stereo
Read on to learn about how "Cherry Blossom" explores the desire find a place to be free and the worry it won't happen.
Wednesday: A Non-Conforming Adaptation Full of Woe, Macabre Quips, and Unexpected Plot Twists
Wednesday is a riveting, fast-paced, and a bit convoluted murder mystery that’s full of woe, suspense, and just the right amount of intrigue. It is a well-written, exceptionally acted, and deftly directed series that pays homage to its past while taking a bold and macabre step into the future.
Lights Are On; Spotlighting a Few More Classic Country Music Artists & Ballads
Welcome back music lovers. I hope that we have some new fans joining us and hope to add to our ever-growing, 'Country Music Ballad Lover', list. The best Country music, in particular, the Ballads, (IMHO) ever to be produced, came out in the 80's and 90's, let's get started!
'Nanny' (2022) Review: Babysitting the Persnickety
Nanny isn't much of a horror film, but it is a drama filled with nightmares and horrific babysitting adventures. While the performances are decent, the story is a simple concept that is stretched and convoluted to the point of ridiculousness.
Tathastu Review - Comedy Special with an Emotional Angle
Our famous ‘Sakht Launda’ is back with another special on Prime i.e. Tathastu. This is indeed a comedy special with an emotional angle.
Business Proposal Ending Explained: Do Ha-Ri and Tae-Moo Get Together in Business Proposal?
Business Proposal is a romantic comedy k-drama that follows the story of Shin Ha-ri, who agrees to go on a blind date in place of her best friend, but her plans to scare away the suitor backfire when she realizes that her date is actually her boss.
Superman George Reeves Was a TV Superhero Who Was Denied the Truth and Got No Justice
From 1951-1957 a TV Superhero known as Superman was played by George Reeves. This mild-mannered reporter known as Clark Kent who worked for The Daily Planet became a TV icon to children and adults. His life tragically ended in 1959 of an apparent suicide. Murder is more likely.
Synth EP Review: "Opposite Forces II" by Your Friend Esteves
Read on to learn why I feel that "Opposite Forces II"combines galactic power with sonic storytelling as it unfolds.
Memento. Why Nolan's First Movie Is Still a Masterpiece
Memento is still one of the best movies done by Christopher Nolan. Many fans prefer this movie rather than Inception or even Interstellar, but for others, Memento doesn't even exist. So, why is this movie so unappreciated by some people?
10 Things You Need To Know About Stone Ocean Before Part 3
Jolyne Cujoh's arc is the latest installment in a long line of popular JJBA characters. Here's a detailed recap of every one of her adventures and what to expect from Batch 3.
Cake's Takes on House of the Dragon (TV Show Review), (2022)
My thoughts on the hit HBO TV series House of the Dragon! Time to go back to one of my favorite worlds, but can it live up to the story once told? And moreover, can this show succeed where Game of Thrones fell off and failed so miserably?! Let's talk about it.
Why Alf's Christmas Special Touched My Heart
ALF is an American sitcom aired by NBC between 1986 and 1990. The sitcom portrays an alien coming from a destroyed planet Melmac. He lives with a regular family and possesses a great sense of humor, to say at least. But the Christmas special, featured in the second season, was all but not a comedy.
Why We Love Keanu Reeves! His Name Means "Cool Breeze Over The Mountains"
Keanu Reeves is truly a genuine and humble humanitarian. His movies The Matrix and the John Wick Series have made him an international star, and he is on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Story Behind the Song "Kiss You All Over" by Exile
Exile burst onto the international stage in 1978 with the release of "Kiss You All Over" from their LP Mixed Emotions. The song spent four weeks in the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
The Lost Patient Ending Explained: Who Killed Grimaud Family?
The Lost Patient is a dark psychological thriller on Netflix that follows Thomas as he tries to figure out who murdered his family after waking up from a coma several years later.
Why F.R.I.E.N.D.S is Still the Most Popular Sitcom Ever
F.R.I.E.N.D.S - a fresh unusual show that resonated with the youngsters to the extent that even future and upcoming generations can watch and relate to the series.
Bootleg Review: KISS, "Agora Ballroom 1974: The Cleveland Broadcast"
"Agora Ballroom 1974" is a vintage early live performance by KISS, recorded in Cleveland.
Queen - The Miracle Collector's Edition (2022) Review
Queen's thirteenth album gets a boxset in 2022, let's see what's inside.
10 Reasons Why Enola Holmes’ Mother Is A Horrible Mother
Enola Holmes is a great movie, but I couldn’t help but notice while watching it that her mother was a terrible person.
Wednesday Ending Explained: Who's The Hyde Monster?
Netflix's Wednesday is a comedy-horror series that follows Wednesday Addams as she tries to control her developing psychic ability and unravel the mystery that has engulfed her parents.
An Intense Story About Friendship: "Devotion" Movie Review
If you're trying to decide if Devotion movie is worth the watch, then let us help you decide!
Synth Single Review: "Forest" by Maxx Silver & Star Madman
Read on to learn about how "Forest" explores the dangers inherent in mysterious temptation.
Top 6 Best BTS Reaction Channels on YouTube
These top six channels that react to BTS contents have everything I want in reaction videos: genuine love and interest for BTS, good format, clear sound, and great insights of what they’re watching. They are the best and they never fail to brighten up my day.
Should I Watch..? 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' (2022)
Dominated by the tragic and premature passing of star Chadwick Boseman, this hotly anticipated follow-up isn't afraid to show its feelings. Benjamin Cox examines a Marvel film very different from its bombastic stablemates.
Amadeus A Sedos Production at the Bridewell Theatre, London
Sedos presents “Amadeus” at London’s Bridewell Theatre from 23rd November to 3rd December 2022