As the horror game adaptation made its way to the big screen, fans gladly relived the eerie run-down pizzeria, though it lacked the paralyzing fear factor that cemented its fame.
“1989 (Taylor’s Version)” captures the perfect storms of Taylor Swift’s journey with love and luster.
After the successful launch of their mini-album Ready To Be, TWICE reunites with the Filipino ONCE in an unforgettable two-night concert—full of life under the moonlight sunrise.
Director Petersen Vargas breaks the mold of Philippine cinema with a film that draws attention to class struggle wrapped in layers of dark humor and campy elements.
When a teenage girl’s angst is shown in pop culture, it is often done with an air of superficiality. A young woman’s rebellion can never be too radical; her public defiance is approved by a flock of corporate executives behind the scenes, concocting a surface-level image that never goes beyond the high-pitched whine: “It’s not…
Greta Gerwig takes us on an amusing ride through Barbieland, past the shiny houses and into a doll’s existential feelings.
Christopher Nolan stuns the audience with the spectacle that is “Oppenheimer”, equally thought-provoking as it is visually appealing.
“Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” is a mature expansion of Swift’s original 2010 masterpiece, and will leave fans wanting more from her re-recording projects.
“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” definitely lives up to the prestige of its 2018 predecessor—however, it also serves as a reminder that its writers and animators should receive the respect and honor that they deserve.
Seventeen has never failed to give their fans another chance to love and appreciate them. Coming off of a scintillating album release last year with Face the Sun, the boy group shows no signs of slowing down. After they ran their world concert Be The Sun from July to December, while dancer Jun and rapper…