There are few words to describe the shock, devastation and anger that I and many
Hollywood has a love-hate relationship with remakes. Either they fail to live up to the
Like many first-year students, I went into my first semester at Wake Forest absolutely terrified
On Feb. 16, Sasha Spielberg released the first single, “Coolhand,” from her upcoming EP Facepaint,
For National Eating Disorder Awareness (NEDA) Week, which ran from Feb. 26 to March 4,
I think we can all agree that middle school sucks. Kids are undergoing rapid changes
Weight loss resolutions are an inevitable part of the New Year. Although often well-meaning, these
Steven Spielberg’s The Post is no E.T., Schindler’s List or Jaws. When your career highs
As Halloween quickly approaches, it’s a great time to revist some horror movie classics. Horror
Actress and author Diane Guerrero, known for her roles as Maritza on Netflix’s Orange is
Darren Aronofsky is particularly skilled at depicting the destruction of obsession.
A fear of clowns seems to have worked its way into our collective unconscious.
According to the National Eating Disorders Association, full blown eating disorders are most likely to
Since the video for her single “Video Games” went viral in 2011, Lana del Rey
Warning: Spoiler Alerts Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why takes an unflinching look at teen bullying, sexual
Jordan Peele’s new satirical thriller Get Out begins as a young black man walks alone
This week (Feb. 26 to March 4) is the National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, led
With the 89th Academy Awards coming up on Sunday, Feb. 26, many film enthusiasts are
Movie director M. Night Shyamalan does not shy away from controversy.
Let me get right to the point: crash-diets don’t work.
In the wake of the recent election, President-elect Donald Trump has been in the limelight
As Election Day approaches, Clinton and Trump have increased the intensity of their campaign efforts,
New film “Kubo and the Two Strings” explores family, sacrifice, grief and hope through its