Black Mirror Season 5 Is a Return to Form ⁠— Depending on the Episode

The sci-fi thriller series Black Mirror has returned to Netflix for a fifth season. Following mixed reviews for the series’ choose-your-own-adventure interactive movie Bandersnatch last year, many were left wondering if the show would bounce back to its original glory and critical acclaim. So, has this new season delivered the thrills and horrors of tech as successfully as its previous four seasons? Maybe, maybe not. Due to the show’s anthological …

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Historical Roasts: From Nerdmelt to Netflix Hit

If you haven’t caught it yet, Netflix’s new show Historical Roasts with Jeff Ross is one of the funniest shows in its recent line-up. It takes the classic structure of a Dean Martin/Comedy Central roast, but places its crosshairs on long-dead historical figures played by some of your favorite comedians and actors. We recently sat down with Ryan Pigg and Eddie Furth, the creators behind the original idea and live …

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X-Men: Dark Phoenix an Unsatisfactory Final Chapter

A disappointing ending to an already dying franchise, X-Men: Dark Phoenix proves to be yet another misguided installment to Fox’s X-Men series, closing out the original generation of Marvel films that saved the comic book company from bankruptcy nearly two decades ago. To be fair, after several failed attempts to revive the series’ relevancy over the past several years, excluding spin-offs from the franchise’s main storyline such as the critically-acclaimed …

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Smokin’ Grooves 2019 Is Here

Smokin’ Grooves 2019 arrives in Long Beach at the perfect timing. Kicking off the summer on a high note, this one-day festival taking place on June 15, 2019 brings together the biggest names in R&B and hip-hop, including Usher, Erykah Badu, Ella Mai, Daniel Caesar, Kali Uchis, Common and more. Presented by Goldenvoice, this extremely talented and diverse lineup will take over the Queen Mary Events Park — serving as …

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