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Is Retirement Ever Truly Retirement For Directors?

Do great directors ever truly retire? Miyazaki Has Retired 4 Times Hayao Miyazaki first announced his retirement in 1997, claiming he was done making films after the release of Princess Mononoke. This didn’t end up happening, as he made Spirited…

A24’s ‘I Saw The TV Glow’ Underscores The Modern Struggle Of Being An Artist 

Director Jane Schoenbrun’s second film, I Saw The TV Glow is a leap in the creative and technological landscapes of directing. By illustrating an allegory based on their transgender background, Schoenbrun spotlights the lived experiences of many who’ve forsaken their…

The Intrinsic Transness of ‘I Saw the TV Glow’

The film opened last week to rave reviews but has been somewhat divisive. The divide comes from cis- and queer/transgender audiences. 

Dear Streaming Services: Stop Splitting Up Seasons

Why are the streamers so adamant about trying to divide their seasons into parts? Netflix Splitting Up Cobra Kai and That ‘90s Show’s Seasons Earlier this month, Netflix announced that they were splitting a couple of their upcoming seasons into…

Breakdown of Kendrick Lamar’s Drake Diss ‘6:16 in Los Angeles’

Drake’s biggest feat in a rap beef was dropping two back-to-back disses against Meek Mill, absolutely shattering him. He did it again in this beef but without the same effect. Kendrick Lamar, on the other hand, is going for that…

Everything Kendrick Lamar Disses Drake About On “Euphoria”

Kendrick Lamar finally claps back at Drake in response to both “Push Ups and “Taylor Made Freestyle”. Here is a breakdown of what every diss is referring to and what category it goes into.

The Acquisition of Sports Will Make or Break Streaming Services

The streamers will once again continue their battle for relevancy—they have set their eyes on sports—which could mean life or death based on the outcome of this war.

The Expanded Universe Of The Pixar Theory

Many people know the Pixar Theory, a concept explaining how all the Pixar films could be connected. But it goes much deeper than that.

Drake Releases AI Diss Track Against Kendrick using Snoop and Tupac’s Voices

In the newest edition of the Drake vs. Kendrick saga is the release of an AI diss track using Tupac and Snoop Dogg’s likeness.

The Unrelenting Beef of Hip-Hop: Drake Goes for the Kill (Bill)

Three weeks after Kendrick Lamar dropped a verse dissing Drake on Future & Metro Boomin’s “Like That”, Drake has finally responded in a leak diss track.

The Brewing Beef Between the Big Three of Hip-Hop

Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, and Drake, colloquially referred to as the big three of hip hop for over a decade now, have all been engulfed in rap beef for that top spot.

Dissecting The Politics Of ‘Civil War’

Now that Alex Garland’s latest feature, Civil War, is in theatres, audiences are left with questions surrounding what the war was fought over and what the consequences are.

Why TV Shows Are Better Than Film (Opinion)

FIlm may have a richer history, but TV Shows today are better than Film.

The Babylon of Director’s Jail

What is director’s jail? What does this mean for Damien Chazelle’s career? Read what made Babylon so controversial.