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.
“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.
Dragon Ball FighterZ does justice to the franchise and for the fighting game genre.
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.
Some thoughts after the 90th Academy Awards.
"Monster Hunter: World" sets a new bar for current gen RPG's
“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.
When hearing about MoviePass for the first time, people’s initial reactions are awe at how good the deal is. It’s almost hard to believe.
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.
Don’t be fooled by the ironic title. “My Happy Family” explores disturbing familial truths present in most cultures.
These three Amazon Prime original series prove they’re worth the watch.
It’s hard to defend something that you know could be a lot better, which is certainly the case with “The Defenders.”
It's about time Mr. Rogers gets his own biopic, and Tom Hanks is the perfect actor to portray him.
“Aggretsuko” successfully captures office life.
The Netflix original documentary “Shot in the Dark” is not for the faint of heart.
Based on the comic by Brian K. Vaughan,“Runaways” tells the story of a group of kids who discover that their parents are supervillains.
Netflix’s original movie “The Babysitter” marks the beginning of Generation Z in horror.
Hi, I’m Pat Graham inviting you to join me Thursday afternoons at 3pm for “The Blues Highway” right here on 22 West Radio.
Fear is your entertainment. Satisfy your morbid curiosity every Tuesday night at 10 pm with Kat Fontilea on The Dark Lady. The Dark Lady is a talk show that discusses the horror genre in every form including horror films, music, novels, conventions, and more.
Bombs, bullets and non-stop action sums up the recent Jackie Chan film, “The Foreigner,” which has to be one of his best roles.