Entertainment

  • "Loving Vincent" For Different Reasons

    11.07.2017

    Exploring the poignancy of Vincent Van Gogh’s life and the spontaneity of his suicide, the film is a love letter to the troubled artist and presents a biopic as unconventional as its subject.

  • “Call Me by Your Name”

    12.21.2017

    Oscar season is in full swing, and this year’s most buzzed about films are all invested in the human experience. “Call Me by Your Name” is a film that is definitely a contender for the win.

  • “Coco”

    12.21.2017

    Coco reminds us of the importance of keeping those family ties, and remembering the loved ones that came before us.

  • “Florida Project”

    12.07.2017

    Most people steer clear of indie movies because of the stigma that they are pretentious, but "Florida Project" captures the nature of childhood, something that is close to home for anyone.

  • “Godless”

    12.21.2017

    Netflix's "Godless" is a series full of suspense and offers a fresh take on typical Western gender roles.

  • A Trailer’s Deceit

    11.07.2017

    Many things went awry in the film, from plot holes to minimal or nonexistent character development, but the greatest complaint about the movie was its misleading and disjointed trailer.

  • Check in, Never Check out of Room 104

    05.11.2017

    There is no such thing as the ultimate mystery television series. Even after seasons of investigation, every mystery is solved or ends with some sort of closure.

  • Classic Hits at the Beach

    10.23.2017

    “Classic Hits at the Beach” is a music show presented by the “Even Richard Steven”. He is a former secondary school educator who always, also, wanted to be a radio disc jockey. 

  • Darker Is Better

    12.21.2017

    Though Netflix's "Dark" series banks off of the trend of mixing 80's nostalgia, supernatural themes and a group of kids trying to solve a mystery, it differs itself by being avoiding the comedic route.

  • Fibandacci

    10.25.2017

    Playing a variety of tunes from around the globe, showcasing local musicians, and making oddly specific playlists, Fibandacci's only goal is to show you a song that you might have never heard before.

  • Five Binge-Worthy Christmas-Themed Episodes

    12.20.2017

    ‘Tis the season to binge because baby, it’s cold outside and the semester is over. So grab a blanket and watch these Christmas-themed episodes that are guaranteed to make you laugh, pull at your heartstrings and most importantly, put you in the Christmas spirit.

  • Four Hilarious Thanksgiving TV Episodes

    12.14.2017

    With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it can be stressful getting ready for family, friends and the food that comes with the holiday. Here’s a great list of Thanksgiving-themed TV to ease the tension.

  • Get Lost In Your Phone

    12.20.2017

    “Pocket Camp” takes the classic “Animal Crossing” formula and repackages it for mobile devices, giving players the opportunity to enjoy the game on the go.

  • Horror Podcast Intrigues Listeners

    12.20.2017

    Podcasts are often overlooked. People don’t realize that they can be even better than a book, movie or television show, especially when they take place in our own backyard.

  • Mornings on the Beach

    10.23.2017

    “Mornings On The Beach” is Cal State’s morning radio show. Produced live Monday through Friday 9-10am (10-11AM on Kbeach FM) co-hosts Danny Lemos and Charley Sharp present campus news, information, events, music and lifestyle commentary for the CSULB community. 

  • Murder on the Orient Express

    12.14.2017

    The movie held promise with its all-star cast—consisting of Johnny Depp, Willem Dafoe and Judi Dench to name a few—but despite the actors’ performances, the opening number and general obviousness of the film instantly takes away its mystery.

  • My Happy Family

    12.21.2017

    Don’t be fooled by the ironic title. “My Happy Family” explores disturbing familial truths present in most cultures.

  • Not Quite Superhero Material

    10.18.2017

    It’s hard to defend something that you know could be a lot better, which is certainly the case with “The Defenders.”

  • Shot in the Dark

    12.21.2017

    The Netflix original documentary “Shot in the Dark” is not for the faint of heart.

  • Soapy Superhero Teen Drama Works

    12.20.2017

    Based on the comic by Brian K. Vaughan,“Runaways” tells the story of a group of kids who discover that their parents are supervillains.