We review the new Netflix series, “Devil in Ohio” which offers a less-scary take than your typical gore-filled, killer-at-every-corner horror show.
We cover the dilemma of cropping full screen shows and films to fit our modern, widescreen TV’s. Many who are against this edit argue that changing this format ruins the media’s original form.
We cover some of the blockbuster films making their debut this fall at a theatre near you.
We explore the new docu-comedy series, "The Rehearsal" produced and directed by Canadian comedian Nathan Fielder who’s best known for his parody reality show, "Nathan For You".
We discuss the new Hulu series "The Bear" about a young fine dining chef who returns to his Chicago roots to run the Italian beef joint his brother left to him.
We discuss the series finale of the six-season show "Better Call Saul" featuring actor Bob Odenkirk as attorney, Saul Goodman.
We cover the release of "Nope" – a new film written, directed and produced by sketch comic turned superstar director Jordan Peele.
With TikTok continuously adding new users, many platforms like Instagram and Facebook are fighting to stay current with new updates mimicking TikTok. But, what if some of us like these OG platforms the way they are?
This 1980’s hit by artist Sophia Bush is making a resurgence thanks to a recent Stranger Things episode.
From “Interstellar” to “Solaris”, we love a good sci-fi movie that transports us to a new dimension and time. We highlight some of our favorites and why the genre continues to be popular.
Are you more of a Harry Potter book fan or film fan? We discuss this expansive wizarding world this week on Culture Crash.
We explore some of our favorite films at the box office that have struck gold so far this summer.