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Tuesday, January 19th 2021

Seven Nostalgic Movies and Specials to Binge During Halloween

Natalia Hernandez Copy Editor Once September hits, spooky season officially begins: Starbucks brings out the...

Interactive Episode of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” Immerses Viewers

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer After its final episode aired at the beginning of last year, the...

At Home Movie Screening: The Death of Theater and the Birth of Digital Spectacle

Ethan Yu Staff Writer “The spectator’s consciousness, imprisoned in a flattened universe, bound by the screen...

“Perpetual Foreigners”: Asian American & Pacific Islander Representation in Popular Media

Ethan Yu Contributing Writer The year is 2010: I am 10 years old, and I am...

Lil Dicky Balances Comedy and Vulnerability in “Dave”

Graeme Jackson Photo Editor This article contains spoilers for season one of FX Network’s “Dave.”

The Uncertain Future of Movie Releases After COVID-19

Katelin GodboldContributing Writer The way that audiences enjoy movies has been rapidly changing in the past 20 years. Methods...

Five Throwback Movies to Binge During Quarantine

Aiyana FraasContributing Writer This article contains minor spoilers for "Bolt," "Julie & Julia," "The King's Speech," "Silver Linings...

“Slay the Dragon” Sheds Light on a Monster of a Problem

Ben Fiorica Contributing Writer “Slay the Dragon” is a political documentary that focuses on gerrymandering in the...

“All in My Family” Highlights the LGBT+ Asian American Experience

Ethan YuContributing Writer Last Wednesday, April 15, the UCSB MultiCultural Center (MCC) hosted its weekly “Cup of Culture” movie...

“The Whistlers” Doesn’t Blow, But it Doesn’t Shine Either

Ben Fiorica Contributing Writer This review contains minor spoilers for “The Whistlers.” While you likely...