Television

Like comedy or horror, “thriller” is a genre of entertainment that’s meant to provoke a physical response in the viewer: In this case, stress. A great thriller will raise your blood pressure and make you forget to breathe. In the same way you watch a horror movie to feel controlled fear, you watch a thriller
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If you want to know the “what” and the “how” of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes’ $10 billion startup scam, HBO’s new documentary The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley has answers for you. But the “why” is frustratingly inconclusive. Which is a problem, because that’s the most interesting part. If you’re unfamiliar with the
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And so it begins! Another March Madness, sure to be full of incredible college basketball, is upon us. It will inspire lots of frayed nerves, some insane face painting, and of course, completion of those brackets in hopes of winning bragging rights… or that office pool. This year’s NCAA tournament bracket will be revealed on
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[Warning: The following contains spoilers from the first two episodes of WandaVision. Read at your own risk!] WandaVision is officially here and after the first two episodes of the classic-sitcom-meets-Twilight-Zone series, it’s obvious that nothing is what it seems. However, for the most part, the Disney+ series does allow Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul
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The year 2020 has brought America’s long-festering racial wounds into sharp relief. In March, EMT Breonna Taylor was killed when police entered her apartment on a “no-knock” search warrant. In May, two men were arrested for the killing of runner Ahmaud Arbery whose death had gone unprosecuted since February.  Later that month, a Black man’s videotaped encounter with a
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