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Story by Griffin Dobson/Contributing Writer As each one of us gets further into our various forms of self-quarantine, many are looking for the next thing to line up on their Netflix queue. Here are six of the easiest to binge shows on the platform, to give you something to distract yourself from these trying times …

Photo courtesy of Netflix Story by Elizabeth Juengling/Contributing Writer Netflix’s “I Am Not Okay With This” is just another coming of age story where a child’s grief manifests itself through supernatural powers. She’s another outcast, in another new town, at another new school, with another broken home, discovering that she has telekinetic powers. It does …

Photo courtesy of The Cinemaholic Story by Delaney Johnson/Contributing Writer This review contains spoilers Film producer Jason Blum, founder of Blumhouse Productions, gave the latest reboot of The Invisible Man film series a sinister twist. Written and directed by Leigh Whannell, the film follows Cecilia Kass, portrayed by Elisabeth Moss, as she attempts to escape …

Photo courtesy of Flickering Myth Story by Brandon Black/Lifestyles Editor Here it is. The fans have been clamoring for it, so I figured the time had come to get it out there and let everyone know what films were, in my opinion, the best of the best in 2019. The thing is, I considered doing …

Photo courtesy of Den of Geek Story by John Cantor/Contributing Writer “Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band” is the journey of a group of musicians that went on to mean a lot more than just another backing band striking out on their own; A group so important in the musical and cultural lexicon …

Photo Courtesy of Bustle Story by Naffie Njie/Contributing Writer This post contains spoilers. Netflix’s BoJack Horseman is coming to an end after 6 seasons. The show has taken us through BoJack and friends’ journeys of growth and self-discovery. Its portrayal of mental illness, addiction, sexuality and love is layered with nuance and humor. The show …