TV Review: Rick and Morty

The third season of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty is over. The show is currently the most popular comedy television program among viewers eighteen to thirty-four. Critics describe it as "nihilistic," while fans retort that... Read More

Michelangelo’s David: A Humanist Symbol

The much-touted show, “Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer,” opens today at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Comprised of 133 drawings by the Renaissance master, the exhibit will run for three months and promises quite an... Read More

TV Review: Star Trek: Discovery

This review is based on the first four episodes of the new Star Trek series, and CONTAINS SPOILERS for the show up until that point. Star Trek: Discovery starts with a symbol. It is a... Read More

Bingeable TV: Get Krackin’

For years, Americans have enjoyed TV programs from Great Britain (Downton Abbey, Sherlock, Doctor Who), New Zealand (Flight of the Concords), and countless other countries around the world. For some reason though, Australian TV shows... Read More

The Moral Ambiguity of Game of Thrones

No television show aggrieves the easily aggrieved more than HBO’s Game of Thrones, a show based on George R. R. Martin’s popular book series. Cultural liberals find in it the most vulgar sexism, hypermasculinity, and... Read More