Into the Mind of Gaspar Noe
May 24th '18

Into the Mind of Gaspar Noe

Gaspar Noe, the Argentinian director, has been making headlines with his recent film that was featured at Cannes titled Climax. Noe, while not competing in Cannes, was awarded the Director Fortnight for Climax. If you didn’t know that and just have been fixating on Noe’s statement about him walking out of Black Panther and despising the Star Wars franchise…well, that’s understandable. Noe […]

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Kumail’s Quest

Kumail’s Quest

Since the plague of terrorism has spread throughout the world, the perception of Muslims has become increasingly corroded in the minds of Western culture; this distorted view has crept into their cinematic representation as well. As such a crucial extension of the cultural psyche, it has subtly warped the social consciousness, and allowed the actions […]

LIVE FOREVER: STUPID CUPID

LIVE FOREVER: STUPID CUPID

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we decided to share our philosophy on love as well as the “Hallmark” holiday… Valentine’s Day has become a retail nightmare, making us think we have to do or buy certain things because it is marketed to us in a way to give us the feeling, “if you’re not […]

The Myth Of The Soul Mate

The Myth Of The Soul Mate

We live on a planet composed of (primarily) two genders: boys and girls. Our society seems to have the idea that the root of our existence is to find our one true love; or at the very least have copious amounts of sex. Is it even possible for boys and girls to be friends without […]

Listen to Love: Dean

Listen to Love: Dean

With music genres such as R&B being universal, it exposes it’s audience to culturally different artists. Although not many people in the U.S. may be familiar with Kpop music, you might be a fan after listening to South Korean R&B singer, Dean. The most recent project he has worked on is a collaboration with the […]

Albums That Raised Me: Usher ‘8701’

Albums That Raised Me: Usher ‘8701’

Growing up, R&B music was the one safe genre for both my parents. My father, who lived in Brooklyn at the time, and my mother, back in North Jersey, were skeptical about the rap music then. Mom was too religious, and Dad was too reverent to his era of hip-hop music. I knew that if […]