Popcorn Hour: Fred Dekker’s The Monster Squad.
Fred Dekker’s comedy-slash-horror movie The Monster Squad tells the story of five pre-teenagers trying to save the world from Count Dracula and his monstrous allies. Dekker’s horror flick explores the human versus monster narrative in a truly entertaining way—it’s one hell of a fun adventure. Are you ready for the ride?
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Music Round-Up: Agi, Claire Reneé & More.
From Los Angeles to Reykjavík to the beautiful Limburg in the Netherlands—this week’s music round-up offers you to take a listen to music by artists from all around the globe. No wonder music is considered to be a universal language. Hop on and get ready for quite the musical journey.
kessari: “Music is a universal language.”
Up-and-coming singer and songwriter kessari is a musical force to be reckoned with. Her bold and honest lyricism is a medium through which she shares her personal experiences of growing up as a third culture kid and celebrates her Thai-Chinese-American background.
Music Round-Up: Kevin Chung, Foley & More.
Another Thursday, another music round-up. This time, we’ve featured Kevin Chung, Loudan, Fare, Ryahn and pop-funk duo Foley—five great artists to keep an eye on this year. Spoiler alert: this week, it’s all about love, be it self-love or love for another person.
Olivia Morreale: “I’m trying to strike the balance between referencing various genres and creating a sound that I genuinely think is interesting.”
On the heels of her latest release, a synth-induced pop track ‘PARASOMNIA’, Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter and producer Olivia Morreale opens up about her future plans, musical inspirations and what we could expect from her forthcoming EP, set to be released later this spring.
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Popcorn Hour: Baz Luhrmann’s William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
After a three-week delay, Popcorn Hour is back with yet another movie recommendation. However, this time around, romance overtakes horror—let us introduce you to Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 American romantic tragedy film, William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
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