Social Media

Underoath – Voyeurist (Album Review)

They say that life is what you make of it. In 2022, one of its most volatile components is technology, particularly social media; an engine driving the pursuit of unattainable fantasies inspired by contagious falsities and facades. But this Insta-fame and Twitch-lebrity game also opens ... Read More

Superhost (Movie Review)

Two vloggers get more than a smashed “Like” button during their stay in the mountains in the Shudder Original film Superhost. The Horror-Thriller debuted on Thursday, September 2, 2021. Written and directed by Brandon Christensen (Still/Born 2017, Z 2019), the story centers on a couple—Claire ... Read More

Spree (Movie Review)

Set for release on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, October 20th through RLJE Films, Spree shows us what happens when “clout chasing” goes horribly wrong. Directed and co-written by Eugene Kotlyarenko (Wobble Place, Os & Is), alongside Gene McHugh, Spree is a Black Comedy that ... Read More

A Thousand Cuts (Documentary Review)

In 2016, an election was held in a certain country to see who would replace its previous president as they neared the end of their term. Despite having a chequered history and after making numerous controversial comments, an outside candidate from an opposing party won. ... Read More

Screened Out (Documentary Review)

No matter who you are, you will find something relatable and alarming about the new documentary Screened Out. Smartphone addiction has been called a more dire threat to Americans than obesity, and in his new work, Writer/Director Jon Hyatt enlists the help of numerous experts ... Read More

Infamous (Movie Review)

Not to be confused with the Sony video game series, nor the 2006 Truman Capote film, 2020’s Infamous is more of a millennial take on 1994’s Natural Born Killers. In that, instead of focusing on the regular media’s involvement in killing, it now includes social ... Read More