This season of "The Mandalorian" just keeps getting better with live-action character debuts and a quickly evolving storyline. What could be next?
"In Wonder" follows Shawn Mendes through the ups and downs of his “Shawn Mendes: The Tour” 2019 world tour. But, the hour-and-a-half documentary leaves fans wondering what that point is.
“Planet Coaster,” an amusement park simulator video game, does a great job creating nostalgic moments with its new console edition. However, it’s a management simulator, and there’s much more to running a park than creating and riding roller coasters.
“Chapter 12: The Siege” picks up with Mando (Pedro Pascal) and the Child attempting to fix the Razor Crest. Much like in “Chapter 11,” this week’s action was on point in every way.
"Marvel 616," a new docuseries on Disney+ will immerse its viewers in the fascinating world of Marvel Comics' history. The series covers several parts of Marvel’s fandom and inner workings in more or less comprehensive chunks.
Hulu's "Animaniacs'" slick new animation style compliments its irreverent humor, witty wordplay and constant fourth wall breaks to emulate the spirit of the original.
2020 came with outstanding video game releases, but "The Last of Us Part II" prevails above all. Our gaming writer Daniel Carter shows us why this game left the largest impact on players and the community.
Lovely artwork and intentional audio characterize this sensitive handling of a specific tragedy: a child’s death in a school shooting in "If Anything Happens I Love You."
Netflix's “Alien Xmas” brings an interesting twist this holiday season by mixing aliens with Christmas tropes. With an average plot, compelling characters and decent humor, it attempts to make a place for itself in the crowded genre.
Comedian Kevin Hart brings his love of stand-up to his living room with his newest Netflix special, “Zero F**ks Given.” Instead of an arena of thousands of fans, it’s a handful of people wearing masks and sitting on socially distanced couches.
Despite a few good performances and a big-name director, fans of the book "Hillbilly Elegy" may want to think twice before watching the film adaptation.
Get ready for senseless drama in this week's episode of "The Bachelorette." As Tayshia’s relationships progress, it’s difficult to pinpoint just one man as the frontrunner.
"The Mandalorian" will make loyal "Star Wars" fans freak with "Chapter 11: The Heiress," a spectacular, action-packed episode.
Pentatonix continues its holiday tradition of spreading Christmas cheer with its new album “We Need a Little Christmas.” It's the perfect addition to the a capella group's holiday collection.
After Clare's quick exit with Dale and an engagement ring, Tayshia entered the picture as the new leading lady. She dazzles the men in a group date and one-on-one with Brendan. Read on to find out what happened.
Despite an exciting season premiere, "The Mandalorian" doesn't live up to fans' expectations in the second episode of the season.
This week, Clare is finally honest with herself and the men — she fell in love with Dale. So, Tayshia Adams finally arrives to save the show, stepping out of the limo in a stunning sequin gown to meet Chris Harrison.
Election Day is here. Now seems as good a time as any to look back on a hundred years of film to find the 10 greatest movies made about American politics.
Mando and Baby Yoda are back for another season of the "Star Wars"-universe series "The Mandalorian." Here's a recap of the season premiere.
October's over, but you're still looking for a spooky time. We got what you're looking for — here are the most terrifying horror games on the decade.
It's only week 3 of The Bachelorette and the tea is piping hot. Will Clare take a risk, choose Dale and leave the show? Only time will tell.
Mia Brabham, JMU alumna ('16) uses her media arts and design degree in both corporate and freelance settings to give back to her community.
Alumnus Philip Wilkerson III (’08) began his YouTube channel in 2016. It eventually grew into a podcast called "Positive Philter."
Although October is coming to an end, there’s still time to check out some of the following movies and shows about people with disabilities to recognize disability history month.
COVID-19 doesn't have to cancel your Halloween celebration. Here are some fun ways to get involved and celebrate Halloween while keeping everyone safe.
Don't have the perfect Halloween costume yet? We got you. Here are several cheap and easy JMU-and-pop-culture-themed costumes one can throw together at the last minute.
In an attempt to put a more modern spin on the classic novel, director Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of “Rebecca” ends up telling a completely different story.
This week on “The Bachelorette,” group dates kick off and Clare continues to ignore almost everyone except Dale. It’s obvious producers had to get creative filming all the dates on the resort property, but every date this week falls flat in terms of entertainment value.
The popular indie game "Among Us" will be the perfect theme for your 2020 Halloween celebration. From dressing up as a crewmate or imposter to playing the game in real life, here are ideas to make this spooky holiday suspenseful and fun.
While scary movies are the norm during October, horror television series can be just as successful at setting the Halloween mood. Here are seven shows to stream now or any time one is looking for a scare.
"The Trial of the Chicago 7" is Aaron Sorkin's latest directorial project, which takes on the story of a 1969 court case involving the prosecution of 7 anti-Vietnam War activists.
The true story of Zach Sobiech's music career and battle with osteosarcoma has been brought to Disney+ by SoulPancake producer and director Justin Baldoni.
“Helstrom," a TV series based on the Marvel comics, lacks personality and fails to make anything interesting throughout its 10 episodes.
“Star Wars: Squadrons” is truly fantastic with its impressive flight mechanics. Despite this, it’s buggy, frustrating and begs the question of why EA Motive didn’t wait another year to release this game.
An assembled cast of the JMU Opera Theater is working to bring the Mozart opera, “The Magic Flute,” to life in the form of an indie film. The group plans to film in the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum.
JMU alumnus and local superstar Zach Benson released his first studio album titled "hopeless, romantic" on Oct. 16 despite COVID-19. Benson was a well-known artist who frequently played in the local Harrisonburg music scene.
Let the drama begin — "The Bachelorette" is finally back. This season features Clare Crawley, 39, who's the oldest Bachelorette the show’s ever had. Here's what goes down during the season premiere.
For over 25 years, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has been creating dialogue with music in mind. Now, with “The Trial of the Chicago 7” coming to Netflix on Oct. 17, audiences can look back on some of his best works.
ABC's popular dance competition series "Dancing With the Stars" has continued production with only a few changes despite COVID-19 restrictions.
"Kal Penn Approves This Message" succeeds in engaging young voters by covering some of the hottest topics surround politics and the 2020 election.
BLACKPINK is back in your area. "The Album" was this worldwide-famous K-pop group's first studio album, released on Friday. Yes, it slaps.
"Vampires vs. The Bronx" is Netflix's newest horror movie that seems to illicit more laughs than screams as three boys attempt to prove a group of vampires' murderous plan.
Going to the movie theater with a group of friends, on a family outing or even for a first date used to be an entertaining way to spend time with others. With the outbreak of COVID-19 came the disappointment that all movie theaters would be temporarily closed.
Fall in Harrisonburg is beautiful experience, and there are many opportunities to socially distance oneself with outdoor activities. From pumpkin picking to hiking, are five autumn activities students and anyone in the 'Burg can enjoy.
Is "Welcome to Sudden Death" an off-brand "Die Hard?" Or its own brand of hilarious entertainment? It could be both. But whatever it is, writer Caleb Barbachem loved it.
"Star Wars: Squadrons" is an immersive, first-person space dogfighting experience set in the beloved Star Wars galaxy. It'll launch Oct. 2 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC via Origin, Steam and the Epic Games Store.
The season premiere was an unforgettable start to the fourth season of “The Masked Singer," in which some of the most famous people from the entertainment industry go undercover each week to give a live performance.
Music brings JMU students and alumni together through a virtual jazz cover of Lizzo’s “Cuz I Love You," which was conducted by senior Jacob Reeves. Reeves is a music education major and uses music to connect the Harrisonburg community.
Indie game "Among Us" is the perfect game to play in quarantine. Available on both mobile and PC, "Among Us" allows people to play with friends and strangers at any time in several quick-paced rounds.
Antonio Campos' new film "The Devil All The Time," now streaming on Netflix, stars Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgârd and Robert Pattinson in a dark mystery of Christianity and crime webs.