The Fosters: Season 1 Recap and Season 2 Preview

THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FROM THE 1st and 2nd SEASON The Fosters is set to return to ABC Family on June 16th almost exactly a year since it premiered. Jennifer Lopez serves as executive producer and Peter Paige and Bradley Bredeweg as the creators. Those who have seen the show will be able to feel […]

Linkin Park’s “The Hunting Party” Track by Track Review

Two years after their latest release and 14 after their first, Linkin Park don’t slow down and reinvent themselves with each new album. They started off with the then-popular nu metal, then they deviated to forms of punk and classic rock, they experimented with an industrial and electronic sound and with The Hunting Party, they […]

The 100: Season 1 Review

  THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FROM THE ENTIRE SEASON Based on the Kass Morgan post-apocalyptic book series of the same name, The 100 follows a group of human survivors living in a station called The Ark 97 years after a nuclear war eradicated almost all life on Earth. Following a discovery that a sacrifice needs to […]

UEFA Champions League Final: Décima With Repercussions For Both?

After 12 long years and over 1 billion euros spent, Real Madrid finally won the much anticipated “Décima.” The Spanish side have extended their lead over AC Milan in the winners section, with ten titles versus seven for the Italians. While everyone saw Real Madrid close to a catastrophic loss, the players’ faith and the […]

The Fault In Our Stars: Hero or Zero in the Overcrowded Young Adult Scene?

Let’s face it, young adult or “teen” books don’t have the greatest reputation when it comes to their big screen adaptations. Aside from the Harry Potter‘s and Hunger Games‘ of the world, we see a lack of well-received feature films. The sci-fi and fantasy genres are the ones that are producing more than anyone else. […]

UEFA Champions League: Semi-finals 2nd Leg Preview

  After a tense start to this year’s Champions League semi-finals, the four teams played in their respective leagues. The Tuesday teams Atlético Madrid and Chelsea, after a non-spectacular 0-0 draw, had a lot in their mind, as they both are still fighting at the very top of their league tables. The Spanish side had […]

UEFA Champions League: Madrid Fiesta Ahead

The 2013-2014 edition of the UEFA Champions League has its two finalists. The biggest club competition in the world never ceases to amaze the world of football. Even before the start of the tournament, betting houses, fans, critics, players and coaches start speculating on who will win the desired trophy. Since the cup changed its […]

Snowpiercer Review: Another Climate Change Sci-Fi Effort With Interesting Ideas

Global warming has been a staple in the science fiction world. Many books and films, from fiction to documentaries have discussed this topic and speculated with its immediate and long-term consequences. South Korean director Bong Joon-ho takes on this issue in his English-language debut, titled “Snowpiercer.” With familiar faces like Chris Evans, Jamie Bell, Tilda […]

UEFA Champions League Quarter-Finals: 1st Leg Roundup

The most exciting and arguably the best club football competition returned this week. The UEFA Champions League quarter-finals were set to be memorable, because for the first time since the format change in 2003, all of the group stage champions qualified for this knockout round. All of the matches had the potential to be epic […]

UEFA Champions League: Let There be Semi-finals

The fact that all group stage “champions” made it to the quarter-finals definitely made them very memorable. After a balanced first leg with some solid wins and surprising draws, all has been resolved. Since we’re talking about the biggest club competition in the world, the resolution couldn’t happen without some very tense games and some […]

South Park’s Stick of Truth: Vulgar and Hysterical

SPOILER ALERT: Some key details of the video game are discussed.   If you watch South Park, you know it’s definitely not a show for everyone, basically because they roast absolutely everyone. If you can handle gross and graphic images, obscene language and everything opposite of politically correct, then the show is quite a riot. […]

2014: Artists/Bands to Watch

With the recent announcement of the Grammy nominees, the music industry will crown the best of the best after a solid 2013 full of great albums. Despite the importance of popular artists and their role as shapers of the industry, relatively unknown acts have gained momentum in 2013 and will definitely gain well deserved attention […]

Senior Advice: Tips for Future and Current College Students

The journey started in August 2009 and it’s ending this Sunday. A little over 4 years of my life have gone by in college. They have been the best years of my life and gave me memories that will live on forever. While 4 years doesn’t seem like a big difference, the new generation of […]

World Cup Draw: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

The die is cast. In a short and simple draw, the groups for the 2014 FIFA World Cup have been determined. One thing’s for sure, and that is that we’ll experience world class entertainment. Without further ado, these are the groups: Group A: Brazil Croatia Mexico Cameroon Group B: Spain Netherlands Chile Australia Group C: […]

Why You Need To Watch “12 Years a Slave”

British director Steve McQueen (not to be confused with the legendary American actor) has only released three feature films, but his latest 12 Years A Slave has all that it takes to become the artist’s magnum opus. McQueen’s films always center around men with big issues. He gave notoriety to the now-famous Michael Fassbender, starring […]

FIFA World Cup 2014: 32 Teams, 1 Dream

One of the world’s most important sports tournament, the FIFA World Cup, will be held in Brazil next year. After three long years of hard work from all national football teams around the world, the final thirty two spots have been filled. For the first time ever, we will feature eight previous champions including: Brazil, […]

FIFA Ballon d’Or 2013: Who should win?

The Ballon d’Or was an award given out by France Football magazine from 1956 to 2009. The FIFA World Player of the Year was an award given out by FIFA and consisted of a voting process involving coaches and captains from all international teams. Both awards were given out to deserving winners and its fair […]

Homeland Season 3: Mid-season review

***SPOILER ALERT*** This piece contains key details of the show’s current and past seasons, read at your own risk! Showtime’s hit series has been smashing the ratings and earning important awards since it started back in 2011. The show gave us a chance to experience the return to TV of the amazing Claire Danes. In […]

2013 Edition: Four Albums Everyone Should Listen to (and One You Should Look Out For)

Do you know anyone who doesn’t enjoy at least one genre of music? It’s really hard to think of someone who dislikes all music; everyone’s born with a rhythm, good or bad, but a rhythm. While younger generations come out with new genres, new sounds and new trends, you will always find those who value […]

EDM Goes Through Generational Takeover

EDM has been a “thing” since 2010. However, electronic music dates back to the post-disco era of the 1980s. The blossoming of young bedroom producers in the 2000s has overcrowded the scene with new faces, new sounds and new trends. The inclusion of these youngsters in the scene has given EDM the power to seduce […]