The Creepy, Addictive Mysteries of Westworld

1976 was a big year for the United States, and well, really the world. Notably, Steve Jobs founded the fruit, NASA unveiled the first space shuttle, Enterprise, and denim skirt suits were considered fashion forward. The silver screen offered such perennial classics as Rocky and The Omen and a less remembered film written and directed… Keep Reading


The Women of Jessica Jones

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The Genius of Jerrod Carmichael

Comedian Jerrod Carmichael’s TV show has made headlines all over the nation. In one way, The Carmichael Show is a typical sitcom filmed in front of a live studio audience, depicting a wacky, middle class family. In another way, the show challenges the audience to look at the “sitcom” in a different light. The Carmichael… Keep Reading


Pitch Perfect: The Rise of Kylie Bunbury

I can admit that the idea of a female Major League baseball player could be a tad farfetched, but if you’re familiar with the story of Mo’ne Davis, you might not be so skeptical. Even if you have trouble putting aside your doubts, the opening scene of Pitch will put your mind at ease; this… Keep Reading


Medley’s Monthly Mixtape: August

Welcome back to Medley’s Monthly Mixtape. You already know the deal. If this is your first time here, then let me break it down for you. The songs listed below are for listeners who are looking for a great time, new music, or just some good vibes to spread around. When you plug these new… Keep Reading

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