The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes: The Worst or Best Film in The YA/SCI-FI Series

Review of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes    When The Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins published The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, a prequel to the 3 insanely popular Hunger Games books, fans were reignited with new material to interact with dissect. While some series are known for having an unnecessary amount …

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Five Nights at Freddy’s Leaves Fans Elated but Casual Horror Viewers Disappointed

Review of Blumhouse Productions’s Five Nights at Freddy’s   Indie game developer Scott Cawthon was in a cyclical rut. He couldn’t seem to create a connection with audiences through his games which mostly took inspiration from religious allegories and Biblical stories. He decided to shift gears after scathing criticism towards his game Chipper & Sons …

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Rehya Stevens Gives a Show-Stopping Voice to The Soundtrack of Secrets of a Celebrity Nanny

Review of Rehya Stevens’s songs in Secrets of a Celebrity Nanny   The new Lifetime drama Secrets of a Celebrity Nanny doesn’t only portray a riveting story about a young woman desperate to save herself from the dangerous inner circle of a glamourous superstar, the film also features an eclectic soundtrack fronted by the lively …

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Exclusive From PFF: Maestro: Sonically Masterful but Narratively Faulty

Review of Maestro  Bradley Cooper’s sophomore film Maestro has generated much excitement and controversy since the announcement of its production. Produced by legendary filmmakers Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg coupled with a star-studded cast, the film was anticipated to be an even more exceptional addition to Cooper’s filmography than A Star is Born.  Following the …

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Dr. Dawn Ella Shares the Fascinating Creation Process of The New Soul Link App

As we navigate daily stresses, an increasing awareness of the worldwide mental health crisis is rapidly emerging. This is why Dr. Dawn Ella, a complementary medical expert and healer, is taking a new approach to help implement a self-care routine into our everyday lives. Her revolutionary Soul Link App is specially designed to personalize activities …

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Big Mouth Brings in a Major Star-Studded Voice Cast For its Second to Last Season

Review of Big Mouth Season 7   The Big Mouth kids are finally going to high school! But not before 10 episodes of fights, new crushes, and attempts to leave middle school behind as our eccentric group ventures into one of the most tumultuous times of adolescence.  As the beloved theme song suggests, our characters are …

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Luke Boor Savors the Sorrows of The Post-Breakup Process in His New Single “Queens”

Part of one’s musical journey often relies heavily on location and the places the heart and soul travel to for inspiration. From Texas to Tennessee to New York, indie-rock musician Luke Boor has reflected deeply on each home he’s had over the years and how they’ve contributed to his creative endeavors from music to writing. …

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Philadelphia Film Fest Exclusive Review: The Holdovers is a New Must-Watch During the Holiday Season

Review of The Holdovers   Alexander Payne’s films have always been known for their biting satirical commentary and unmatched comedic timing. Now he’s bringing a handful of heart home for the holidays to mesmerize audiences with The Holderovers. Set against a Wintery New England backdrop in the 1970s, The Holdovers follows the story of a cynical …

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Young Hair Stylist Mackenzie Sangle Challenges Us All to Pursue Our Passions Regardless of Age

Many 19-year-olds are exploring their varying outlets in the job market, looking for opportunities to expand their skills and discover new ones, hoping it will lead them to happiness and prosperity in their careers. Mackenzie Sangle however, is already one step ahead. While only beginning to style hair a little over a year ago, her …

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Solar Bloom’s Matt DeVoti on Creating the Vibrant Atmosphere for New Single “This Tiny World”

Known for his funky electronica technoscape aesthetic, Matt DeVoti of Solar Bloom is immersing fans in his rhythmic exploration of communication with his new single “This Tiny World”. With an artistic blend of synthetic beat and meticulously layered vocals, achieved through the usage of both analog and digital instruments, “This Tiny World” delivers a nostalgic …

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Georgia Weber and The Sleeved Hearts Explore The Beautiful Imperfections of Love With “Kintsugi”

Though her musical roots lie in the eclectic world of jazz, Australian musician Georgia Weber of The Sleeved Hearts has always retained an interest in a variety of musical styles and how they differ across multiple cultural landscapes. The group’s latest single “Kintsugi” pays homage to Georgia’s adoration of Japan and the prevalent intersection between …

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Andrew Adkins Defies the Construct of Genre With His Experimental EP “Birdcage Boy”

Interview With Andrew Adkins  Andrew Adkins has never found himself subscribing to conventional notions of genre. Instead, the Nashville singer takes an introspective approach to his music, finding what speaks to him and then emulating it through his own unique perspective and combination of sounds. His latest EP “Birdcage Boy ” follows this eclectic marriage …

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