There are really 2 camps of people in life. Those who rip into Nicholas Sparks novels like a kid on Christmas morning, and those who literally cringe at the sight of his name. AdvertisementsRead more "Book Review: The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks"
Don Jon flips the gender roles in the romantic comedy as Joseph Gordon-Levitt writes, directs and acts his way to one of the best comedies of the year.Read more "Film Review: Don Jon"
Ron Howard returns to form with Rush, a solid dueling biopic that captures the intensity of F1 Racing even if it isn’t coherent and gets a great performance out of Daniel Brühl.Read more "Dissecting Rush: Biopicing at 200 MPH"
Remember how in 1875 the U.S. government traded 1000 white women to the Cheyenne Indian Tribe in exchange for 1000 horses to help the Cheyenne learn how to acclimate to the White man’s world? No? That’s because it didn’t happen. But what if it did?Read more "Book Review: 1000 White Women: The Journals of May Dodd by Jim Fergus"
Looking for a great young adult series? Well keep looking, because you won’t find it with Delirium.Read more "Book Series Review: Delirium by Lauren Oliver"
The possibility of aliens or zombies wiping out humanity is a terrifying thought that has plagued my mind for as long as I can remember (I have a healthy imagination, though there are truth to the potential of each possibility in a form). Now thanks to In The After, I get to blend the two […]Read more "Book Review: In the After by Demitria Lunetta"
One of my most anticated albums to come out this month comes from Pennsylvanian rock quintet Balance and Composure. Their sophomore album The Things We Think We’re Missing raises the bands intensity immensely while staying relatively familiar.Read more "Music Review: Balance and Composure’s ‘The Things We Think We’re Missing’"