Crimson staff writer
Monique I. Vobecky
A new “Hunger Games” film never fails to amaze. With each new violent, alluring addition to the franchise, the cinematic juggernaut that is the “Hunger Games” grows and complicates.
At a time when this renowned franchise once again adorns theaters across the globe, revisiting the literary trajectory of “The Hunger Games” seems not only fitting, but necessary.
“Five Nights at Freddy’s” at its core, is horror. And while the film is far from frightening, its attention to detail allows it to uphold its chilling reputation.
On Oct. 7, Petras brought her infectious persona in all its raunchy glory to MGM Music Hall at Fenway as a part of her ‘Feed the Beast’ World Tour.
For the sixth show of her “SOS Tour” at Boston’s TD Garden on Feb. 28, SZA brought her acclaimed second studio album of the same name to life.