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Let there be a blockbuster Venom sequel

Let there be a blockbuster Venom sequel

(Photo Courtesy of Columbia Pictures) Kali Patterson Connector Contributor “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is an explosive expansion upon the 2018 release, “Venom”. The Marvel blockbuster presents elements of a comic book film, a friendship comedy and a twisted romance, and it somehow manages to make it all work cohesively. Directed by cinema veteran, Andy

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

No time to miss Craig, Daniel Craig, in his final James Bond adventure of “No Time To Die”

(Photo Courtesy of Eon Productions Ltd.) Harrison Lee Connector Editor After nearly two years of delay, the 25th James Bond installment is finally in theaters. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, “No Time To Die” made its exclusive debut to cinemas as Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as James Bond. Craig, who has played Bond

The Korean drama of “Squid Game” takes Netflix audiences and the world by storm

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix Studios) Emily Teague Connector Staff Korean thriller-drama series “Squid Game” became available to stream on Netflix in September 2021. It is captivating and intriguing online audiences even beyond the streaming service. “Squid Game” has, as of October 2021, reached more viewers in the month of its release than any other Netflix

‘Godzilla vs. Kong’: The Titan showdown almost everyone has been waiting for

(Photo Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures) This is the fourth installment in the Monsterverse franchise. Amir Kazemi Connector Staff “Godzilla vs. Kong” marks the fourth film in Legendary Pictures’ Monsterverse. This time, director Adam Wingard is at the helm. He is known for “You’re Next,” “The Guest,” and “Blair Witch.” “Godzilla vs.

‘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”

“The Velvet Underground & Nico”: An Album That Broke All the Rules

(Photo Courtesy of Verve Records) Andy Warhol was a producer for The Velvet Underground and designed the album cover. Michael Parke Connector Staff “The Velvet Underground & Nico” is The Velvet Underground’s debut album. It was released in March of 1967 and features Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison and Moe Tucker, with Nico as

“Little Nightmares II”: A Pleasant Stroll Down Elm Street

(Photo Courtesy of Bandai Namco Entertainment) Little Nightmares II is the long-awaited sequel since the 2017 release of the first game. Vernon Gibbs Connector Staff “Little Nightmares II” feels like a lucid dream of a nightmare. Released on Dec. 9 by Bandai Namco Entertainment on Steam, “Little Nightmares II” is an adventure game where the

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