Steven Universe’s Rose Quartz casts a long shadow over the world of the popular cartoon. While the cast remembers her as a hero, there’s something sinister about the giant woman.
TV & Film
Should you be taking life advice from fictional pandas? Probably not but if you’re going to, you may as well take it from We Bare Bears’ Panda.
Critics from the cartoon fan community argue that all of the new cartoons these days are made in the CalArts style. What does that actually mean and is it a fair judgment?
If you’re not an anime fan, you might think anime is just cartoons from Japan. But these dark anime are anything but Disney-approved kid-friendly content.
Tim Burton characters have been criticized as being too scary but that’s never stopped the director from making endearingly creepy gothic characters.
American Psycho is undoubtedly one of the best serial killer films ever made. But did Patrick Bateman actually kill anyone or was he just having bloodthirsty hallucinations?
Out of all the amazing Disney Channel Original Movies, or DCOMs, that bring us back to the ’90s and 2000s, these are the best five (in my opinion).
The unfortunately named kingdom of Corona is based off of an architectural marvel from the 11th century.
Sure, he tried to kill his brother several times but he’s a pretty great dad. Here’s why Doofenshmirtz is more eccentric inventor than supervillain.
As a kid who grew up in the early 2000s, Zoboomafoo was a staple of Saturday morning television. It made kids interested in the animal kingdom and kept us entertained for a half-hour each week.
The vampire casts a long shadow over pop culture. But where does it come from? And more importantly, what lesson does the vampire teach?
The 1986 Labyrinth starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly was weird, unsettling, and just not very good. Still, it’s garnered a massive cult following in recent years.
Before Dark Academia, the Slytherin Aesthetic was the gothic boarding school look of the internet.
Anne Elliot may not be as popular as other Austen heroines like Emma and Elizabeth, but there’s a certain charm to seeing love rediscovered in Persuasion (2007).
The hit HBO series The Sopranos ending is one of the most controversial moments in television history. But what did it all mean?