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There’s someone inside the theater who is not so impressed with this book to film adaptation

There’s someone inside the theater who is not so impressed with this book to film adaptation

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Based on the book by Stephanie Perkins and produced by Netflix, “There’s Someone Inside Your House” follows Makani, who is caught in the crosshairs of a killer running loose in her town. This intruder wears a mask that resembles his victims, and he reveals their secrets before

“Life is Strange 3: True Colors”: Beloved franchise knocks it out of the park again

(Photo Courtesy of Square Enix) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor The story-driven, choice game platformer series, “Life is Strange” by Square Enix Studios, has now released a new installment that exceeds all expectations. The game is set apart from the first two games and creates an entirely new atmosphere. In this game, the player is brought

‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club’: Lana Del Rey produces an album featuring dreamy folk songs that embrace youth and freedom

(Photo Courtesy of  Universal Music) “Chemtrails Over the Country Club” was originally pitched as a spoken word album before its official release. Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Lana Del Rey is back with another album after a couple of years where she seemed to have been a singer of the past. “Chemtrails Over the Country Club”

‘Moxie’: Bringing female power and fierceness from the page to the big screen

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix) Amy Poehler directs, produces, and acts in this adaption of this 2015 Young Adult novel written by Jennifer Mathieu. Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor The Netflix film, “Moxie”, directed by Amy Poehler was released on March 3, 2021. This feminist film was originally written and published as a book by Jennifer Mathieu

Netflix’s Bridgerton: The binge-worthy, most-talked about period drama of the season

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix) Bridgerton is now Netflix’s most-watched series.  Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Trigger Warnings: Rape, suggested rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse Within the past month, “Bridgerton” has topped the charts as one of Netflix’s most watched shows. The show is an adaptation of the adult romance book series by Julia Quinn and follows

“Evermore”: The second latest album by Taylor Swift that features a similar aesthetic to Folklore

‘Evermore’ is partly inspired by Emily Dickinson (Photo Courtesy of Republic Records) Michaela Wakefield Connector Contributor Taylor Swift’s new album, “Evermore”, was released in December of 2020, during the current pandemic. Swift’s new album features 15 songs, all of which tell a unique story that shares Swift’s experiences with various relationships throughout her life. The

‘Weird!’: The latest album by UK’s indie rock star, Yungblud, that embraces love and identity

(Photo Courtesy of Kerrang) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor After a pushback from the previously announced release date of November 13, “Weird!” by Yungblud has been released after years in the making. Released on December 4, this album will interest those who are searching for an album with beautiful lyricism and songs that will touch souls.

“The Witches” movie mixes humor and horror in this recent adaption of a Roald Dahl classic

(Photo Courtesy of IMDb) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Originally published as a children’s book in 1983, Roald Dahl’s “The Witches” gets revisited as an HBO Max movie adaptation. The film was released on Oct. 22 and stars Anne Hathaway and Octavia Spencer. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, the director behind the “Back to the Future” movies,

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