Crimson staff writer
What makes “Them” so unbearable in comparison to works that juggle similar topics, such as Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” (2017) or HBO’s “Lovecraft Country,” is the lack of nuance.
Henson’s work at the intersection of mental health, social justice, and cultivating joy directly inspired this year’s Cultural Rhythms theme.
An ultimately enjoyable premiere sets up the trajectory of the rest of the miniseries and excites audiences for what's to come.
LaKeith Stanfield, Daniel Kaluuya, and the Stars of ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ On Why Their Film Should Be Mandatory Viewing
Each actor offered their own insight on the importance of creating a film that tells the story of a lesser-known Black radical.
The Best News of 2020: Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Good News’ is an Unsurprisingly Exceptional Debut Album
Most artists can’t say that they secured a feature from Beyoncé or Nicki Minaj before their debut album. Most artists can't claim two Billboard number one single before their debut album. Most artists aren't Megan Thee Stallion.
You read the title, you know where this is going, and you know what I am about to say. You may disagree with me. You may want to argue with me. You may even be one of the many Lana Del Ray stans who recently attacked me on Twitter. But deep down, you know that I am right; you just don’t want to admit it.
Three years, ten single releases, and two album delays later, English singer-songwriter Sam Smith finally released their long-awaited third studio album “Love Goes” on Oct. 30.
If Ryan Murphy has one thing, it’s range. From “American Horror Story” to “Glee,” and from “Pose” to “Scream Queens,” the screenwriter and producer has proven time and time again that he can (and will) write any type of story.