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Childish Gambino on ‘Atlanta’ Beautifully Breaks the Rules (Review)

Tonight was the night. Atlanta, the long awaited TV show helmed by (my idol) Donald Glover, also known as rapper Childish Gambino, premiered on FX. A full year of anticipation and curiousity have lead us to this moment, and the first two episodes truly live

10 Rick and Morty Crossovers We All Want

Since there are infinite universes it wouldn’t be that much of a stretch to imagine Rick and Morty in the worlds of completely different franchises. And thanks to the internet, fans have done just that! Here are our top 10 Rick and Morty crossovers that

Donald Glover Gets Role in Upcoming Spiderman Film

Fans may remember a few years ago when #DonaldForSpiderman was trending on Twitter. Followers of both the Marvel franchise and Glover were adamant about seeing him in the role of the web-slinger. It has been officially announced that Glover will have a role in the

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows- Review

After the disaster that was the TMNT movie in 2014, no one would ever guess that a sequel would be any better. Surprisingly enough, this is an enjoyable, proper Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. Directed by Dave Green, whose only other directing credit was Earth to Echo,

NES and SNES Bluetooth Game Controllers

Taking gaming to a super nostalgic level, tech company 8bitdo has created two pieces that will take you back to a simpler time. Combining today’s technology with 80’s and 90’s aesthetic, the NES30 and SNES30 game controllers work by connecting to your devices via Bluetooth or

Harley Quinn Getting Her Own Film

Even before we getting to see the Joker‘s psychotic lover in action in DC‘s Suicide Squad this August, Margot Robbie‘s Harley Quinn has been confirmed for her own solo film. Instead of focusing soley on Harley by herself, the film will highlight strong female characters within

What If Peter Parker Wasn’t Spider-Man?!

With Civil War out, moviegoers bare witness to the third actor to be casted as the spectacular Spider-Man. Tom Holland, the young actor of 19 years, swept people away with his performance of the wall-crawler. For more on my thoughts of the movie, click here

Captain America: Civil War Review

Civil War gives me mixed feelings, but the good kind. On one hand, there are a lot of writing elements that irk my soul. On the other hand of metal bad ass, there are countless scenes that fill me with glee. Civil War is a Marvel

LOVE,DRUGS, SUICIDE, and BOOTY: The Untold Truth Of A&E Storage Wars

On paper, Storage Wars seems like an idea that would’ve never worked—but it did. Watching people bid on storage containers that have been abandoned by their original owners just sounds strange. But viewers can’t get enough, and they want to know more. Well, let’s unlock