Colin Kaepernick’s coming-of-age docuseries “Colin in Black and White” follows the heart-wrenching experiences growing up as a black teenage boy, which led him to become an activist.
Since the early 18th century, challenging and banning books has occurred, and the tortuous process should be stopped immediately.
“The Raincoat Killer: Chasing a Predator in Korea” tells the story of a serial killer, but leaves much to be desired.
The cinematography of the Sci-fi/Adventure “Dune” is stunning, and matches beautifully to the story and characters of the film.
“Cowboy Bebop” is an anime that mixes spaghetti westerns, sci-fi, noir and martial arts into a 26 episode masterpiece, featuring a stellar soundtrack and perfect voice-over work.
Original series “You” takes on an eerie new season this year.
Netflix’s “Baking Impossible” is a baking reality show with a twist; a big part of the competition relies on good engineering.
Poetry can become extremely cliché if not written with a strong theme and tone in mind— unfortunately, “Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You” by Misha Collins is an example of this.
The highly anticipated horror film “Halloween Kills” thrilled in some areas but misses the mark in others.
The VHS series makes a return in the new Shudder original movie “VHS/94,” and is once again as unpredictable as ever.