BY DAILY TV/NEW MEDIA WRITERS
Halloween is officially here — and, according to the lore of "American Horror Story," it's the ghosts' day to come out and play. The Daily TV/New Media writers have a whole list of terrifying TV to satisfy your craving for a good scare.
BY JAMIE BIRCOLL
But despite all of these glaring issues, there is hope for “Constantine;” pilots rarely, if ever, deliver the full extent of what a show is to encompass.
BY ALEX INTNER
Instead of making an enjoyable show, “The Millers” just makes you feel bad for everyone involved.
BY ZAK WITUS
In 1984, a group of lesbian and gay activists from London came to the aid of one Welsh mining town called Onllwyn. Thirty years later, these historical events are depicted in “Pride,” a triumphant, life-affirming film about the power of cooperation and the resiliency of the human spirit.
BY MELINA GLUSAC
So what happens when The Flaming Lips take one of the most iconic rock albums of all time, hailed as a masterpiece by many-a-critic, and put it through a kaleidoscope of alien-techo-post-apocalyptic trash?
BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS
In its first season, The CW’s post–apocalyptic drama “The 100” overcame a lackluster start, filled with worn teen relationship drama, and developed into a entertaining and, at times, dark look at surviving in a primitive world.
BY OMAR MAHMOOD
First-time writer-director Justin Simien turns his film into a decided polemic, sorry-not-sorry style. His script is mouthy, verbose, and brutal.
BY BRIAN BURLAGE
Music criticism has become so effectual and so potent in its own right, that it has spawned its own subjugate criticism; it’s become a distinguished art form.
BY JAMIE BIRCOLL
“This has been going on since 1915 with ‘Birth of a Nation,’” Richardson said. “And since then there’s been and will be a resurgence, an upsurgence … is that even a word? Fuck it; let’s make it a word. We made up a word today! Upsurgence!”
BY ERIKA HARWOOD
Wright recently sat down for a phone interview with The Michigan Daily to discuss his life in comedy and his upcoming performance at Royal Oak Music Theatre this Saturday.
BY NATALIE GADBOIS
News came last week that J.K. (Joanne Fucking Kathleen!) was releasing a short story on Halloween, with new Harry Potter secrets to add to the lore. J.K. hasn’t gotten over Harry Potter, and thank goodness, because neither have I.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
While now increasingly relegated to fast-forward territory, consider the title sequence — the best television reveals a clockwork meticulousness that orders and drives it, and evaluation of such extends to its oft-overlooked opening.
BY KATHLEEN DAVIS
While we’ve advanced technology and medicine for the benefit of women, Eig’s story reminds us of the need to appreciate and carry forth the fiery passion women like Margaret Sanger had for the cause.
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BY GIANCARLO BUONOMO
The food is unmistakably, authentically Greek, but with American touches here and there that are simultaneously comforting and creative.
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
NaNoWriMo is an annual online creative writing project that challenges participants to write 50,000 words of an original novel. Using the NaNoWriMo site, you can track your progress, connect with fellow writers and access resources for when you’re feeling stuck.
BY ANDREW MCCLURE
Today Clothing’s distinctive aura extends beyond their interior design and curated product offerings and into a cordial workshop prided on quality, kinship and good times.
BY GREGORY HICKS
It’s not uncommon for an up-and-comer with an enormous fanbase to be bold, but don’t cross the line for a debut record. Stop throwing house parties and go find a honky tonk.
BY ADAM THEISEN
Music brings us together like that. There’s a reason so many couples are brought together by one person inviting the other to dance. Music gives us a shared ecstasy that opens new doors of friendship, love and camaraderie.