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Jonathan Vargas

It was January of 2017 and I was 14 years old. I begged my parents to go see La La Land with me to help feed my current obsession with Emma Stone ever since she appeared as Gwen Stacy just a few years prior. In that movie theatre, I experienced life, love, and culture in a way that I have never seen or felt before. Around a thousand new movies later, I consider myself a true film buff and an Awards Season enthusiast. Nowadays, I try to watch everything I can get my hands on to distract me from the everyday stressors of being in undergrad and I don’t see my love for film diminishing anytime soon.

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The Curse: Showtime Series Review

The Curse is an extremely uneasy show that plays to the strengths of creators Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie.

Quiz Lady: Hulu Film Review

Hulu’s Quiz Lady is an often hilarious film that capitalizes on the charisma of Sandra Oh and Awkwafina.

Mike Flanagan’s Netflix Horror Series Ranked

A list of all of Mike Flanagan’s Netflix horror series over the last five years, ranked from worst to best and including The Fall of the House of Usher.

The Fall of the House of Usher: Netflix Series Review

The Fall of the House of Usher is yet another magnificent Netflix series from Mike Flanagan, who proves he’s the master of horror television.

2023 Emmy Predictions: Who Will, Could & Should Win?

Who will, could, and should win the 2023 Emmy Awards this year? Loud and Clear shares our predictions for the 75th Emmys!

Heartstopper Season 2: Netflix Review

Heartstopper ’s Season 2 is one of the best pieces of television that Netflix has produced with perfect visual storytelling on all fronts.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2 Review

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2 reaches the peaks of its predecessor by significantly increasing the romance and drama.

Biosphere: Film Review

Biosphere is a character-driven sci-fi film that has an extremely unique premise but fails to take advantage of it.

Shortcomings: Film Review

Randall Park’s directorial debut Shortcomings is a comedy with a lot on its mind, but it suffers from a greatly unlikeable protagonist.

The Blackening: Film Review

The Blackening is an insane horror comedy that keeps the laughs coming until the credits roll.