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Imagine two hours of people speaking like they’re in a television teen drama combined with some middle school boy’s horror fan fiction. That’s director...

  Although this surf flick has been referred to as “Jaws for the next generation” by several film websites, summer thriller The Shallows fails to...

For most, being stranded on an obscure, uninhabited island is almost unfathomable; however, singer-songwriter and guitarist Andy Hull and lead guitarist Robert McDowell of...

  While many people are exhausted of the typical “rom-com” flick, Me Before You brings a breath of fresh air to a genre comprised only...

Following the tradition of films birthed from Saturday Night Live (SNL) sketches, including MacGruber and Coneheads, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping is just another...

  I have nobody but myself to blame for paying to sit in a nearly empty theater on a Monday night to see the dull...

Chancelor Bennett, better known as Chance The Rapper, is a Chicago-based independent rapper known for his critically acclaimed mixtapes 10 Day and Acid Rap....

If English indie rock band The Wombats manages to find some free time on their upcoming U.S. summer tour, the trio might start a...

When lead singer and co-collaborator of Wild Belle, Natalie Bergman, was writing the song “Throw Down Your Guns,” she was in a state of...