Edgar Ortega

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The Dark Knight ’s Legacy on the Comic Book World

The Dark Knight trilogy left an important legacy within the film industry that influenced how the comic book genre would be looked upon in years to come.

Euphoria Season 2 Episode 6 Review/Recap: Confronting Old & New Wounds

Episode 6 of Euphoria ‘s season 2 attempts to answer some questions from past episodes by confronting fresh new wounds, as well as old ones.

Euphoria Season 2 Episode 5 Review: Zendaya Goes for Another Emmy

Episode 5 of Euphoria ‘s season 2 takes us back to basics by mainly focusing on Rue’s storyline, in what might earn Zendaya her second Emmy nomination and win.

Euphoria Season 2 Episode 4 Review: A Turning Point for the Series

Euphoria ‘s season 2 reaches a new high with episode 4, unfolding character secrets while simultaneously proving to be a major turning point for the series.

Resurrection (Sundance Review): An Unhinged Motherhood Drama

This year’s Sundance film festival saw plenty of thrilling dramas and delightful comedies, but nothing like Resurrection’s unhinged exploration of motherhood.

Euphoria Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Funniest & Most Meta Episode Yet

Euphoria’s season 2 dwells into the origins of Cal during episode 3, in what might be the show’s funniest and most meta episode yet.

Euphoria Season 2 Episode 2 Review: More Drama Ensues

Season 2 of Euphoria takes a step back with episode 2 to further develop our characters’ needs and wants, as well as future conflicts.

Euphoria Season 2 Episode 1 Recap/Review: A Slow Return to Form

Euphoria is back with season 2, episode 1, promising an electrifying new season, from Rue being held hostage by drug dealers to Cassie being stuck in a bathtub.

Our Complicated Relationship With The Horror Genre

Why are we attracted to horror? Let’s explore the complicated relationship we’ve developed with the genre, from idolizing villains to our response to violence.

The Witcher Season 2 Review: More Magic, Monsters, Blood & Elves

Netflix’s The Witcher is back with season 2 and it’s bigger, better, and more real while retaining its fun tone that celebrates the fantasy genre.