You want to be a writer, you say? Well, you’ve come to the right place.
The Harvard Crimson spoke with Black about her writing process, Jude and Cardan, and what’s next for the author.
It looks like the characters of “Riverdale” celebrated Thanksgiving early, and as anyone could have guessed, no one got a quiet, relaxing dinner with their family.
The latest episode of "Riverdale" has brought very little to the table. At this point, the show is a weird re-hashing of problems from previous seasons, with the added benefit of Jughead’s prep school experience and Archie’s ongoing battle with a street thug.
Episode Five of Season Four focuses mainly on two things: one of the most convoluted plot lines in recent “Riverdale” memory — the legal proceedings of the Lodge family — and the other one of the most hokey — Betty’s “serial killer” genes.
The film situates itself somewhere at the nexus of Hallmark holiday schmaltz and Paul Feigian black comedy, saccharine romantic comedy fare and posthumous George Michael publicity material.
Morgenstern spoke with The Harvard Crimson about “The Starless Sea,” video games, myth-making, and her ideas for her next big project.
Keeping up with the times, this week’s episode of “Riverdale” is aptly called “Halloween” and leans into the spookiness of the season.
"Riverdale"'s Farm storyline has taken advantage of viewer’s suspension of disbelief. Sure, the show is known for being “out there” (let’s not forget the Gargoyle King), but this organ-harvesting cult is pushing it.
Last Monday, the Booker prize announced its winners — that’s right, winners, plural.
Since last week’s episode was primarily a tribute for the late Luke Perry, “Riverdale”’s second episode, “Fast Times at Riverdale High” did all the heavy lifting to set up for the show’s Fourth Season. The episode sets up some of the big challenges and changes of this season.
“Riverdale,” a CW show based on the Archie Comics, is well known for its larger-than-high-school plots and chaotic character arcs. But the Season Four premiere gave viewers a a well-deserved and heartfelt tribute to the late Luke Perry.
Horowitz is no stranger to the mystery novel, but “The Sentence is Death” is unfortunately his least exciting foray into the genre.
With a world as large as the one in “Game of Thrones” and all the hype surrounding the final episode, the showrunners were ultimately going to leave fans unsatisfied in some way or another.
Although “The Long Night” was anticipated to be the most epic episode, the battle at King’s Landing in the most recent episode far surpassed it.