Mia Nguyen

Life & Arts

Pearl

While A24 has produced a handful of cult classic films, director Ti West breaks ground with the studio’s first horror trilogy. The most...

Life & Arts

“The Sandman” Brings Us The Dream TV Adaptation

Everyone has had dreams they didn’t want to wake from. From the mundane to the imaginative, these dreams can provide escapism from the...

Life & Arts

“Bullet Train” excites with high-speed action

A network of high-speed railroads used to connect various regions of Japan carries a large volume of passengers daily, encouraging economic growth and...

Life & Arts

“Where the Crawdad Sings” lacks character development

The waters of the marshes are quiet with the exception of the few boats that rev across its surface and the gentle buzz...

EditorialsOpinion

Farage needs to be removed from the classroom

Students, alumni, members of the LGBTQ community nationwide and many allies are clamoring for UTD to cut ties with computer science instructor Timothy...

Life & Arts

Girl in Red, Holly Humberstone at the House of Blues in Dallas

Most indie fans are well aware of the holy trinity of bedroom pop: girl in red, Clairo and Beadoobee. They are known for...

Life & Arts

Adam Melchor takes audiences on a ’Joyride’ throughout the US

Indie folk-pop musician Adam Melchor opened for Chelsea Cutler’s “When I Close My Eyes” tour along with ROSIE at the House of Blues...

Opinion

Robby Patty best Batty

While some Batman fans were left unsatisfied after viewing an angsty Robert Pattinson clad in a trenchcoat and greasy bangs, I left the...

Life & Arts

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) Review

With the roar of a chainsaw and rotting flesh dangling from the jowls of a killer, Leatherface returns with a vengeance – and...

Life & Arts

Conversation with the director, cast of new ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’

Warning major spoilers ahead. “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (2022) follows its iconic 1974 predecessor in a blood-fueled extravaganza that will terrify (and delight) old...

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