Rashika Verma

In the Life trailer, shots of an alien terrorizing a space crew inevitably draw your mind to Ridley Scott’s 1979 horror masterpiece, Alien. But in Life’s desire to reach that level of mastery, it stumbles over its predictable plot and ...

Twenty years ago, Trainspotting captured audiences with a portrait of drugs and depravity in Edinburgh, Scotland, that was both brutal and intensely visceral. The film follows four maladjusted adolescents as they throw moderation to the wind and dive headfirst into ...

For centuries, the human race has looked to the stars, questioning whether or not we are truly alone. But an encounter with the first piece of evidence of life on Mars that initially appears innocuous soon turns into a battle ...

Amid his closing concert at The Tabernacle, Troye Sivan asked the audience if it wanted him to do something special to mark the occasion. A chorus of requests ensued and “rap” won the vote. Sivan played coy at first, but ...

With original hits like “House of Cards” and “Orange Is the New Black,” Netflix has proved itself capable of producing quality storytelling. “Sense8,” an ambitious series created by siblings Lana and Andy Wachowski (the minds behind “The Matrix”) and writer ...

1. “The 100” (The CW) Shows on The CW are often set aside for their perceived lack of talent. However, with the recent successes of shows like “Arrow,” “The Flash” and a Golden Globe win for Gina Rodriguez for “Jane ...

By Rashika Verma John Green once said “Sometimes, you read a book, and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living ...