Reviews

Call Of Duty WWII Review: Nazi Zombies Saves The Day

The highly anticipated addition to the Call of Duty franchise has arrived, and it leaves much to be desired. Call of Duty WWII is the latest cash grab...

I Tried Clover’s (Meatless) Meatball Sandwich, Here’s My Take

There's a lot of buzz right now in the heart of Harvard Square over the recent release of Clover Food Lab's new meatless meatball sandwich. Yes, you r...

‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’ Review: Interesting and Humanizing but Not Very Profound

Netflix's new original documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, provides a humanizing, behind-the-scenes look at the real Lady Gaga (Stefani Germanotta), inc...

‘Manhunt: Unabomber’ Is Impressively Deep and Thrilling for a True-Crime Drama

Discovery has created an exceptional linguistic thriller with their new crime-drama series, Manhunt: Unabomber, based on the hunt for infamous domesti...

Girlboss is Wicked Funny, Despite What the Critics Say

At first glance, Girlboss appears to be another quirky comedy about a girl taking on the real world, but the show is far deeper and more interesting t...
The Founder

The Founder: Like The McDonald’s Burger, Damn Good.

God damn do I love McDonald's - almost as much as I love watching movies. Now, a movie ABOUT McDonald's? What could be better? As it turns out, not...

Room 104: A Promising Start

The ultra-indie Duplass brothers' new HBO original series Room 104 aired last Friday and let's just say, they've piqued our interest. W...

Dunkirk: Perhaps the Greatest Film of All Time. Period.

Just…wow. It’s difficult to appropriately and adequately describe the feeling you have upon leaving Christopher Nolan’s new war epic: D...

Review: ‘Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief’

A chilling look at what constitutes a tax-exempt religion and how they spend that money to stalk, harass, and sue the rest of society into silen...