Hayao Miyazaki’s “The Boy and the Heron” serves as an energetic, fantastical adventure and a fitting self-tribute to Miyazaki’s entire career.
Finn KirkpatrickArts & Culture Editor
Finn Kirkpatrick is an arts & culture editor. He is a junior from Los Angeles, California studying Comparative Literature who likes to review movies and other things of that sort.
Nathan Fielder continues on with making strange and cringe-inducing television with "The Curse."
Film excels in its experimentation with narrative form
Few things are more popular right now than stories about murder. Whether about Jeffrey Dahmer or Ted Bundy, narratives of soulless killers are some of the most consistently popular pieces of media. But oftentimes, those stories result in sensationalized depictions that glamorize killing and desensitize ...
There is no current band working harder than King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard. The six-piece experimental rock combo from Melbourne, Australia has released 25 albums since their debut LP in September 2012. The shocking part: almost all their releases are good.
Underscores, the musical pen name of April Harper Grey, has quickly risen to the top of the growing hyperpop genre. Her 2021 debut album “fishmonger” brought a breath of fresh air to the genre, incorporating guitar riffs reminiscent of early-2000s pop punk to the high-pitched, distorted vocals and ...
Few modern filmmakers have proven to be as artistically daring as Ryusuke Hamaguchi.
“Killers of the Flower Moon” effortlessly continues Martin Scorsese's tradition of telling stories about cruel characters against the backdrop of the dark side of the American Dream.
‘Critical for us understanding each other’: A look into Brown’s Native American and Indigenous collectionsBy Finn Kirkpatrick | October 11
Collections at JCB, Hay highlight history of Native American and Indigenous people
Collection of four films reveals complex artistry behind Anderson’s craft