‘Deadly Class:’ Keeping ‘80s Alternative Music Alive
Mar 14th '19

‘Deadly Class:’ Keeping ‘80s Alternative Music Alive

Class is in session. Deadly Class that is, and as the bell sounds the commencement, the ass-kicking begins against the backdrop of a badass soundtrack. The action-packed SYFY show is doing what many have failed to do—keeping ‘80s alternative music alive and well, which is something that I think we can all agree is timeless. For those […]

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The Silent Brilliance of ‘The Americans’

The Silent Brilliance of ‘The Americans’

Television shows experienced a glorious renaissance in the early 2000s, spearheaded by classics, such as The Sopranos and The Wire. These shows definitively proved that television had the artistic merit to stand alongside Hollywood epics. This renaissance ushered in a Golden Age of Television that saw the emergence of now classic shows, such as Breaking Bad and Mad […]

Embracing the Millennial Hero (TV Edition)

Embracing the Millennial Hero (TV Edition)

I’ve already talked about how Millennial Heroes are becoming a fixture in film, but they’re much more established on TV. The 1990s-mid 2000s was the time of the antihero who were typically middle-aged White dudes whose only real problem was that they were too awesome, too powerful, and always battling their inner demons or problems […]

Making a Case for Cartoons

Making a Case for Cartoons

I love cartoons; lots of people love cartoons. From Bugs Bunny to Homer Simpson and all the classics in between. American animation has brought us some of the funniest and far-reaching cartoon icons in the world. They make us feel good in some way, and they usually make us laugh; but do they have to? […]