Crimson staff writer
‘Vera Wong’s Unsolicited Advice for Murderers’ Review: A Refreshing Take on the Female Sleuth
Vera represents those who are rarely remembered by society, and Sutanto makes her into someone who will be hard to ever forget.
Artist Profile: Producer Marty Bowen ’91 on Trying New Things
At the end of the day, Bowen aims to create movies and TV shows that bring people together, whichever way that may be.
‘Vampire Academy’ Finale Review: Leaves More Questions Than Answers
After a season full of twists, betrayals, and deaths, the season finale of “Vampire Academy,” tries to one up itself with several plot twists that never have time to fully strike their chords.
From the Boston Book Festival: Dissecting the Secrets and Revelations of Horror Novels with YA Novelists
On Friday, Oct. 29, Boston Book Festival’s Secrets and Revelations Panel pulled back the curtain on the inner workings of a horror novel.
‘The House Party’ Review: Unflinching But Negligent
Rita Cameron hits the nail on the head with her take on how the justice system treats those with privilege versus those without, but she unfortunately fails to treat the serious topic of sexual assault with the sensitivity that it deserves.
‘One of Us is Lying’ Struggles to Find its Footing in Season Two
Though the season may have fumbled more times than it scored, it ultimately succeeds in leaving the audience wanting more.
7 Iconic Halloween Costumes
It’s the beginning of October, the weather is starting to cool, it’s the middle of midterms season, and Halloween is the last thing on your mind.
‘The D’Amelio Show’ Season Two Premiere Review: Charli and Dixie Take on New Beginnings
The Season Two premiere of “The D’Amelio Show” delivers on all fronts, giving viewers a good share of drama but also a deep and relatable look into the anxiety associated with trying new things.