Lars Von Trier Does it Again

Lars Von Trier Does it Again

Lars von Trier’s controversial return to Cannes Film Festival causes an uproar and massive walkout with his feature, The House Jack Built. Lars von Trier, seven years ago, was banned from Cannes because of his statement about Nazi’s in a press conference for his film Melancholia at the time. In a question about his German roots, von Trier […]

NEON BLACK #17: Donald Glover Is doing what kanye thinks he’s doing

NEON BLACK #17: Donald Glover Is doing what kanye thinks he’s doing

In this episode, Cheyne and Jaso are joined by guest-super host Seb Webber to discuss: How Donald Glover (a.k.a. Childish Gambino) is making his impact, and the contrasts between himself and Kanye West. The search continues: ‘SNL’ needs another star and cultural/sexual appropriation in music.

The Unsung Art of Music Videos

The Unsung Art of Music Videos

Childish Gambino’s music video for “This is America” has been dominating a lot of the pop culture conversation since its release, and not without reason. When it popped up in my YouTube suggestions, I watched it just because it was there. I usually prefer to listen to music without seeing its video, but I was […]

Trying to Love the ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Trailer

Trying to Love the ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Trailer

On May 15th, 20th Century Fox dropped the trailer for the Freddie Mercury/Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody. As it just so happened, I had been listening to Queen on the drive into work that day (“Death on Two Legs”), and I was still listening to them when I opened my laptop and saw the trailer was out […]

Hollywould: Cobra Kai, Criterion, and Cannes

Hollywould: Cobra Kai, Criterion, and Cannes

The film and television business moves at a mile a minute, so keeping up with the latest news can be a little daunting. Not to worry—we have your back. In Hollywould, we’ll round up the industry developments you need to know. Here’s what you may have missed: Del Toro and Netflix Team Up For a […]

The Horror: ‘Re-Animator’

The Horror: ‘Re-Animator’

Horror films are often forgotten and left behind to rot in the locked vault of cult appreciation. Buried so far beneath the over saturation of projects being pumped out into the genre is the struggle of production, the social stigma of fear during a film’s release, and how the critical reception may have changed over […]

Jordan Peele is set to return to form with ‘Us’

Jordan Peele is set to return to form with ‘Us’

After waiting what seems like a lifetime, Academy Award-winning director Jordan Peele has finally announced his latest film, Us, via Twitter. Peele horrified audiences everywhere with his debut film Get Out, so undoubtedly this “new nightmare” will once again become a pop culture phenomenon. Although Peele is currently withholding almost all information regarding the film, […]

What I’m Streaming: Underdogs

What I’m Streaming: Underdogs

Netflix isn’t exactly a savant when it comes to recommendations. “Like Beerfest, the dick and fart comedy about competitive chugging? Try The Passion of the Christ, Mel Gibson’s soul-crushing recreation of the Crucifixion!” Hard pass. In What I’m Streaming, we’ll save you from the algorithm and bring back that human touch. Think of us like a video […]

From an Objective Angle: Taylor Bennett

From an Objective Angle: Taylor Bennett

It’s really hard to start without mentioning this… I’ve always thought Chance the Rapper was an artist with undeniable talent, regardless if you like his music style because objectively I think he can rap (as his name suggests). Despite Chance’s well-known talents, I honestly wasn’t too familiar with his younger brother, Taylor Bennett, initially. I […]