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Black Mirror: USS Callister

The highly anticipated return of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror – after its first season on Netflix last year – begins aboard the USS Callister, a satirical… 434 more words


Film Review: Hostiles Captures the Developing West In All of Its Brutality

A great many Westerns have concerned themselves with the brutality of the developing frontier, but typically from a singular perspective: that of the white settlers, attempting to tame what they perceive to be a savage territory.  856 more words


Review: The Post

In this current political climate, Steven Spielberg’s The Post is as timely as any movie could be. The story follows Kay Graham (Meryl Streep), publisher at The Washington Post, and her staff during a pivotal time in the papers history as well as U.S history. 378 more words

Black Me Up, Scotty // Black Mirror 4x01 Review

Back when I started my communications studies, there was one less-known series that all of the lecturers were talking about. It was Black Mirror, and shortly after its first season aired, it became a symbol of the academic view of how technology and bad intentions will change our lives for the worst in the near future. 1,345 more words


CONTEST: Win a Run of Engagement Pass to see HOSTILES

Courtesy of Elevation Pictures, we’re giving viewers in cities across Canada the opportunity to win run of engagement passes to HOSTILES!

Contest Details:
For your chance to win passes simply fill out the form, listing your name, email, and mailing address. 49 more words


Black Mirror Season 4 (2017) TV Review

Season four of Netflix’s Black Mirror takes on fanboys, helicopter parents, vehicular manslaughter, and the like. Does it hold up to the high standard set by previous seasons? 1,085 more words


Black Mirror Season 4: All Episodes Ranked From Worst to Best

The highly anticipated fourth season of Charlie Brooker’s “technology meets the twilight zone” anthology series is finally here. I first fell in love with Black Mirror when it began airing it Netflix, though I nearly gave up after watching the first episode because my stomach gave in after watching THAT scene in “The National Anthem”. 1,548 more words

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