“It Comes at Night” Review: The Disturbing Results of Paranoia and Desperation

It Comes at Night is the latest film from the incredibly creative A24 studios (Ex Machina, The Lobster). It is directed by Trey Edwards Shults (Krisha). It stars Joel Edgerton (Warrior), Carmen Ejogo (Selma) and Kelvin Harrison Jr. as a family attempting to survive a lethal illness that has taken over the outside world. With his sophomore effort, Shults dives into the saturated monster movie market with gorgeous cinematography and world class performances. Continue reading “It Comes at Night” Review: The Disturbing Results of Paranoia and Desperation

Katy Perry is “Witnessing” a Crossroads in Sound on her Newest Album

Katy Perry is back with a new full-length LP, Witness. After a four year break since PRISM and the wildly successful Prismatic World Tour, Perry finds her sound at a bit of a crossroads on her new project. Witness is very much an exploration of new styles while still incorporating elements from all of Perry’s past works—unfortunately, the outcome doesn’t live up to the hype. Continue reading Katy Perry is “Witnessing” a Crossroads in Sound on her Newest Album

Bam! Pow! Zap! The Legacy of Adam West

Holy heartbreak, Batman. On Jun. 10, legendary actor Adam West, best known for his iconic role as the titular hero on the 1966 Batman television series, died at age 88. But unbeknownst to fans, West had been battling illness, and he’d remained active in his career right to the end. For generations of fans, West was the first actor to take Batman out of the … Continue reading Bam! Pow! Zap! The Legacy of Adam West

Single Drop: Lorde, BANNERS, Boy Epic, and Miley Cyrus

  Welcome to the first edition of Enthuse Music’s Single Drop! Every Friday, Enthuse writers, editors, and music nerds Caleb Fox, Michelle Guthrie, and Heather Gunn will discuss new singles that have been released each week. In this edition, Lorde has us ready for her new album, BANNERS makes a welcome return with a new release, Miley Cyrus is singing for charity, and we’re intrigued … Continue reading Single Drop: Lorde, BANNERS, Boy Epic, and Miley Cyrus

‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Episodes 1-4: The Place Both Wonderful and Strange is Back and Better than Ever

It would be incredibly redundant to quote Laura Palmer’s famous words, “I’ll see you again in twenty-five years,” when referring to this long awaited revival of Twin Peaks, but it sure feels fitting. Continue reading ‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Episodes 1-4: The Place Both Wonderful and Strange is Back and Better than Ever

‘War Machine’ is Decent Modern Warfare Satire that Misses Opportunities for Greatness

Satire is generally a difficult thing to pull off in film. The best are ones that unapologetically go all in with the mocking of their subjects, while successfully walking a fine line regarding tone, still clearly making their point, and creating emotional resonance with the audience. Continue reading ‘War Machine’ is Decent Modern Warfare Satire that Misses Opportunities for Greatness