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Harry’s House Review: A Little Bit of Everything from Harry Styles

Harry Styles is back with his third album and it has a little bit of everything from the daily life of everyone.

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Let’s Go Karaoke Review: A Solid Entry Into Manga!

How does Satomi, a choir boy, get involved with the yakuza? That is quite simple he is brought in by Kyouji to sing in the quarterly Yakuza karaoke competition! Wait what?

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Anime Manga

Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Review: An Excellent Place To Start

Jujutsu Kaisen 0, film prequel to hit anime and manga series Jujutsu Kaisen hits theaters March 18, and Amanda has many thoughts to add to the hype train!

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Television

Peacemaker: Finding Growth Between Violence and Humor

Is Peacemaker really willing to do anything for peace? Check out our review of how his show allows him to grow.

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Film Horror

Scream review: Ghostface Slashes Back With Elevated Meta Commentary

Ghostface is back but has he kept up with the times?

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Video Games

Monster Hunter: Rise PC Review – Perfecting What Was Already Great

Luke reviews Capcom’s newest PC release of Monster Hunter: Rise!

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Film

Spider-Man: No Way Home Actually Feels Like Coming Home

Dan shares his feelings in a review of Spider-Man: No Way Home and how the film brings those web slinging feelings.

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Television

The Expanse Teases War and Peace in Season 6 Premiere

Strap in for a High-G burn with Kyle as they get heavy about The Expanse!

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Film

Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop is a Show with a Serious Identity Crisis

Amir digs into how Cowboy Bebop fails to live up to it’s anime counterpart.

The Thing is off to a (Mostly) Rock-Solid Start

Jordan Edwards reviews The Thing #1 by Walter Mosley and Tom Reilly!