REVIEW: Dimension 20’s ‘A Crown of Candy’ is a Royal Success

Following the adventures of a royal family and their court, this season mashes up Game of Thrones-style politics with a Candyland-inspired setting for a captivating story where nothing is as it seems.

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Thanks for the Laughs: A Love Letter to CollegeHumor

With the recent news of CollegeHumor layoffs, Flip Screen’s two resident CollegeHumor fans would like to take you down the rabbit hole with us, to tell you about our favorite shows and videos, while also convincing you that a subscription to the company’s Dropout streaming service is just as valuable as a Netflix or Hulu account.

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San Junipero: On Seeing Yourself, Loving Someone Else, and Letting Go

An exhale. That is what the inexplicable fourth episode of Black Mirror’s third season starts with, released dreamily as the heady rush of an ocean at night cascades into view. In its waves, there are reflections of a coastal town, drenched in neon and darkness. The concentration of lights almost looks like colored stars from…

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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ (2018): A Love Letter to the Unbelonging

I have to be honest, I am not the most seasoned person when it comes to the concept of film. It’s funny I even use the word “seasoned.” In my household, there is no holding back with spice, as destroyed as my tolerance for it is. Still, I think I should make it clear that…

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