Category - Entertainment

A hauntingly good time

Netflix has done it again: the streaming service has gifted us with another stunning original series. The Haunting of Hill House join the ranks of other wonderful Netflix...

WCUR presents: house show

Music scenes tend to be pretty laser focused in terms of stylistic consistency. From New York’s no wave scene to Seattle’s grunge scene, the groups that make up these individual...

Z Nation review

Zombie media fits a certain mold of the gritty, everyone-dies survival story where doom and gloom is the norm. “The Walking Dead” has defined the genre in its own way — being one...

Halloween review

It has been 40 years since John Carpenter subverted all expectations with one of the most famous horror films in the history of cinema: “Halloween.” The film achieved box office...

WCU presents: My Fair Lady

West Chester University Theatre proudly presents their ambitious take on the beloved classic, “My Fair Lady.” Adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion,” the musical tells the...

Noir at a Bar

I am not a fiction enthusiast nor a wine connoisseur, so the genius of the name was absolutely lost on me. However, what was apparent upon stepping into Timothy’s Sports Bar on...

Watsky comes to Philly

George Watsky got his start at the young age of 19 as a spoken word poet on Def Jam Poetry, but rose to popularity as a rapper in 2011 with the viral video “Pale kid raps fast.”...

This Is Us review

Do you like a show that makes you cry almost every episode? Do you prefer a program that makes you feel like a part of the family it’s filming? Well, then I have the perfect show...

Film fest poster contest

Attention all graphic designers! The West Chester Film Festival, an international independent short-film festival, is looking for original artwork to use as its 2019 poster. The...

Yakuza 0 triumphs

If you are a PlayStation gamer like I am, or just in tune with the gaming scene, then you know that some of the most popular video game franchises have come to us not from the...

TALL: Games and bonding

Welcome to The Alexander Letters of Ludology (TALL), a weekly column with a stretch of a name dedicated to the study of play, community, digital literacy and good ol’ fashioned...