Since the original five-book run of his “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” series, Rick Riordan has spent the past few years expanding his fictional world of teenage demigod dilemmas through multiple well-received spinoff series. The titular Percy Jackson returns to the spotlight with Riordan’s latest release, and as a huge “Olympians” fan, Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Gaby Nieves has some thoughts to share.
“Dumb Money” is the comedic, yet historical account of how a group of Reddit stock investors blindsided billionaire hedge fund managers by boosting GameStop (GME) stock “to the moon.” See what Staff Writer Alex Lavinson has to say about the new movie starring Paul Dano, Seth Rogen, America Ferrera and many more.
After a course on vampires, one could say that Staff Writer Nadya Ellerhorst has a stake in vampire films. After viewing “Renfield,” one of the latest newcomers to this distinct cinematic sphere, Ellerhorst has thoughts on the bloody, genre-defying film whose attempts at horror and humor may just be in vein.
While the TV show “Glee” is almost a right-of-passage when it comes to teen show binge-watching, in recent years, the show has become more and more difficult to watch. Why is that? And more importantly, can we still enjoy the show?
In the six years that "Stranger Things” has been in the media, it has captured quite the audience, specifically with Gen Z. Why does “Stranger Things” hold so much intrigue on this particular group? Nostalgia, relatability, digital culture and binge watching are all contributing factors to the resonance the show has on Gen Z.
I’ve said this once, and I’ll say it again: we don’t talk about adult animated television enough. Sure, “South Park” is annoying and “The Simpsons” is years past its prime, but I’m here to talk about a hidden gems of the genre - the recently-concluded “F is for Family.”
If it’s Dec. 31 and you live in a Russian household, chances are “Ирония судьбы, или С лёгким паром!” (“The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath!”) is occupying your television screen. This year, my residence was no exception.