It’s commonly known that the best works of science fiction not only manage to tell a compelling story, but also offer sly commentary on the human condition and our place in the universe. There are many examples of this on film – 2001: A Space Odyssey, Blade Runner, Planet of the Apes, Children of Men […]

Going through a breakup? Been in a toxic or controlling relationship? Lacking self confidence? Then this album is for you! Banks released her second album, “The Altar,” with Harvest Records at the end of this past September. This alternative masterpiece expresses the frustrations of love, from learning to first love yourself, to dealing with ex-lovers. […]

It’s 3 a.m., you don’t know how long you’ve been on YouTube, and you’re so enveloped in your little cave of a bedroom that you stopped caring a long time ago. In the dark side of YouTube you’ve likely discovered a little thing called K-pop. Stepping away from the comfort of your own language and […]

The most daunting challenge that writer/director Ben Younger faced when adapting the story of champion boxer Vinny Pazienza (now Vinny Paz) for the screen was making its events even more believable. After suffering a crippling injury in a 1991 car accident that nearly claimed his life, Paz was forced to wear a halo, a device […]

The black and white film Dominion made its debut to America Sunday Oct. 23 at the Savannah Film Festival. The term black and white is used loosely as it was predominantly a series of grey tones making the film as muddy as Dylan Thomas’s final hours. Dominion is about the final day of poet Dylan […]