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<i>Black Mirror</i>: Top 5 Episodes

Black Mirror: Top 5 Episodes


Black Mirror is one of the most intelligent shows out today. Created in 2011 by Charlie Brooker, the science fiction anthology series contains standalone episodes that deal with often satirical, and sometimes incredibly dark themes surrounding technology and modern society’s relationship with it. So, in honor of everyone’s favorite screwed up show returning for its…

2018 Golden Globes: Thoughts on the TV Nominations

2018 Golden Globes: Thoughts on the TV Nominations


This week, the Golden Globes announced their film and television nominations. I’ve decided to take a look at the latter, and discuss my reactions, thoughts, and everything in between. But first, some overall takes on the nominations as a whole. Netflix continues to prove their worth and staying power as the premier streaming service. It…

<i>Reel Pulpit</i>: <i>Stranger Things</i> Episode!

Reel Pulpit: Stranger Things Episode!

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In this episode of The Reel Pulpit, Graham Piro, Alex Boyd, Mica Bernhard, and Dajour Evans serve some well-aged hot takes on the second season of Stranger Things, available now on Netflix. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Stranger-things-reel-pulpit-12317-4.09-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

“Just Keep Swimming”

“Just Keep Swimming”


I watch a lot of movies and television. In fact, I pride myself on my binge-watching ability. My favorite thing to do is curl up in bed, snacks handy and the TV (or laptop, because it’s 2017 and who isn’t watching everything on their laptop now?) playing whatever show I’m into at the moment. I…

The Problem With <i>Game of Thrones</i>

The Problem With Game of Thrones


Spoiler Warning: This article discusses events in Game of Thrones leading up to the season seven finale. I feel the need to clarify that I am a huge fan of Game of Thrones. I fully understand that the most recent season did better in ratings than any previous season. And, yes, the show is a…

<i>Stranger Things 2</i> Is a Terrific Follow-Up to the First

Stranger Things 2 Is a Terrific Follow-Up to the First


Before I clicked play on season two of Netflix’s hit show Stranger Things, I was nervous. The first season was such an unexpected delight that I have spent the year fearful that creators The Duffer Brothers would not be able to match that success in the show’s sophomore season. How many shows have we seen…

A Case for the Classics: <i>The Texas Chain Saw Massacre</i>

A Case for the Classics: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


It’s Halloween season! This is the season in which everyone loves to gather around, dress up in costumes, trick-or-treat, and watch some classic Halloween movies—Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Halloweentown (because that is a classic), to name a few. But, I would argue that there is one movie that should, and must, be…

<i>The Walking Dead</i> Returns on a Painfully Average Note

The Walking Dead Returns on a Painfully Average Note


Sunday night, AMC’s The Walking Dead returned for it’s 8th season premiere, which also just so happened to be the 100th episode of the series. This episode was hyped up to no end, including an entire red carpet event livestreamed on Facebook, and a special two hour episode of The Walking Dead’s aftershow, Talking Dead….

<i>Spider-Man: Homecoming</i> is a Fresh Take on a Recycled Story

Spider-Man: Homecoming is a Fresh Take on a Recycled Story


Superhero movies are not hard to come by nowadays. With over five superhero movies coming out this year alone, it’s safe to say the genre has exploded, possibly to the point of oversaturation, and there is no better example of this than the Spider-Man franchise. Well, franchises. Spider-man: Homecoming is the second reboot of the…

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