House of Cards, one of the most dramatic and intense series of the new streaming age returns February 27th with an all-new season of 13 episodes.  The series stars Golden Globe winners Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright returning respectively as Francis and Clare Underwood, political titans reigning over congress. A successful two seasons of dark [...]

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A world phenomenon came to life at the Ziegfeld Theater on February 6th as 1000 people got to see the first screening of Fifty Shades of Grey. The crowd was made up of dedicated fans that came to the 7 AM screening and to watch the two leads on NBC’s Today Show. The leads, Jamie [...]

February 19, 2015 Michael Angelo Screen 0

SCREEN: Lena Dunham & the Importance of Visual Mediums

Writer/director Lena Dunham’s series Girls returned with all new episodes for its fourth season on Sunday, January 11th. Only two episodes into the series, Dunham, known for her introspective writing style and sense of humor, not only shows us that this season of Girls will be better than the last, but also that the medium [...]

February 19, 2015 Nicole Marines Screen 1

SCREEN: And The Oscar Goes To…

An intriguing hotel, a British mathematician, an American hero, a revolutionary icon, a telepathic superhero, the love of physics, the struggle for musical achievement and 12 years of filming all surround the 2015 Best Picture nominees at the 87th Annual Academy Awards. The eight films are in the running against one another in what some [...]

February 19, 2015 Michael Angelo Featured, Screen 1

FILM: Ethiopian Sci-Fi film “Crumbs” Looks Awesome.

Unfortunately for most Americans, the name Ethiopia brings up images of “starving children in Africa,” from the 80s. Thankfully for those in the know, Ethiopia (and other countries in Africa) have been pushing filmmaking forward for the past decade with decidedly unique motion pictures. Crumbs is no different. Set in a post-apocoptlyptic world, the film [...]

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SCREEN: Gone Girl – Potential Oscar Nominee for Best Picture

Adapted from the novel of the same name by Gillian Flynn and directed by David Fincher, Gone Girl tells the story of Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike) and how her disappearance affects the lives of the people around her, particularly the life of her husband, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck). Eventually accused of murdering his wife, Nick [...]

January 15, 2015 Nicole Marines Culture, Screen 1

SCREEN: Whiplash, Potential Oscar Nominee

Intense face slapping, fast tempos, harsh yelling, sweaty sticks, and a Golden Globe win for J.K. Simmons in Damien Chazelle’s Whiplash, this epic story follows aspiring drummer Andrew, played by Miles Teller, struggling to endure the cruel methods of the thunderous instructor Fletcher, played by J.K Simmons. Fans favorite the movie in many aspects of [...]

January 14, 2015 Michael Angelo Culture, Screen 1

Type The Type & Walk The Walk: Do Millennials Believe In Anything?

by Dominic Painter I went to grab lunch at Cactus, one of those Los Angeles walk up burrito shacks you can’t find back east or in my native Midwest.  What better way to enjoy an 80-degree late November day than outdoors eating Mexican food.  While drenching my starch and sodium stuffed tortilla of goodness with [...]

December 23, 2014 Dominic Painter Culture, Featured 0

SCREEN: Nore Davis…Born In The Hood

Comedian Nore Davis has self produced a promotional video for his debut live stand-up comedy album “Home Game”.  Nore brings his bit “Born In The Hood” to life with a little help from Grizz Chapman (30 Rock), and Damien Lemon (Guy Code). Filmed in the comedian’s hometown of Yonkers, New York, the video’s narration taken [...]

December 17, 2014 Jon "Law" Heredia Culture, Screen 0

SCREEN: Why Social Media Posts Should Not Be Taken Seriously

Have you ever gotten that sinking feeling when you’re in your boring drab apartment and you check your social media newsfeed(s) and see your friends in a secluded tropical beach, at some cool exclusive party, or having the most amazing 5 star meal with their loved one? Well don’t be so hard on yourself. Chances [...]

December 8, 2014 Jon "Law" Heredia Culture, Screen 1

SCREEN: WorkHarder, A Non-Funding Online Platform For Creative Projects

For all of us start-ups, aspiring artists, musicians, and creatives, this might be the best advice we can ever get. We’ve all seen half-baked kickstarter campaigns lay it on thick, making it much easier to put our wallets back in our pocket. When that moment hits, this is the perfect video to send the ambitious [...]

December 1, 2014 Jon "Law" Heredia Culture, Screen 0

SCREEN: SNL Thanksgiving Special… “Back Home Ballers” with Cameron Diaz

If you are a city transplant or a college student going back home to your parent’s house for Thanksgiving, I’m sure you can relate to this insanely funny SNL music video “Back Home Ballers”. For 11 months of the year, you are the template for independence, the beacon of self-reliance, the champion of aptitude. But [...]

November 27, 2014 Jon "Law" Heredia Culture, Screen 0