Alien: Covenant Movie Review — Michael Fassbender for Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars

Alien: Covenant attempts to revive the series following a few lackluster entries. However, it's quickly apparent that fan service has done a disservice to the movie. After the mixed response to Prometheus — unjustly, in my opinion — Ridley Scott looked to reboot his beloved Alien franchise with a back to basics horror movie that would give genre enthusiasts and Alien fans,…
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Sweat Broadway Review — A timely play on our political and social climate

Sweat tells a timely story that is made all the more effective from its strong perspective and sensational performances. Though Sweat, Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer-Prize winning play that opened this Spring, takes place in the dawn and wake of the Bush presidency (2000 and 2008), its relevance to our current political climate is palpable. The play is set mostly…
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American Gods “The Bone Orchard” Review — Perfectly cast and beautifully realized

Neil Gaiman's novel American Gods is adapted with care, but "The Bone Orchard" takes digressions that just make the series more timely and exciting than imagined. The first third of the book American Gods is an incredible exercise in world-building. It's the kind of world-building that lends itself to a television show. It's what made Game of Thrones such prime source…
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