5 Netflix titles to watch this month

by Samantha Subin For Unwind Magazine With finals approaching, tensions are high, stress levels are higher and final grades are (hopefully) highest. During the upcoming season of crying, frustration and breakdowns, there is no better way to spend a study break than with a powerful documentary, thought-provoking television series or an insightful interview that will keep your brain charged. Jewel’s Catch One This Netflix documentary … Continue reading 5 Netflix titles to watch this month

5 Netflix Titles to Watch This April

by Samantha Subin Staff Writer April means it’s officially spring, but there’s more to celebrate than just the amazing weather. From laugh-out-loud classics to inspiring documentaries, nostalgic new series and tearjerker historical dramas, Netflix has it all. So kick back, relax and enjoy springtime with these top five Netflix picks for April. American Pie and American Pie 2 Take things back to high school and … Continue reading 5 Netflix Titles to Watch This April

Angela Kinsey talks behind the scenes of “The Office”

by Gabrielle Hernandez For Unwind Magazine Angela Kinsey, Dunder Mifflin’s party planner and accountant, Angela Martin, of NBC’s “The Office” has not heard a thing about a potential revival of the popular show. While she has no information about a potential revival, she emphasized how much the show’s cast loved the characters. “If there is any likelihood, I think a lot of us hold the … Continue reading Angela Kinsey talks behind the scenes of “The Office”

Rundown: Celebrity Controversies and Activism

by Hannah Fields For Unwind Magazine Few legacies are immune to destruction—just ask once-heralded comedian Louis C.K. or Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Spacey. In the wake of recent allegations regarding sexual misconduct, the public opinion toward these and many other celebrities has drastically polarized, essentially creating a Hollywood blacklist. The ball began rolling in October 2017. Dozens of women emerged to accuse critically acclaimed film … Continue reading Rundown: Celebrity Controversies and Activism

REVIEW: Black Panther: The Album is a Masterclass in Worldbuilding

by Tayo Omisore For Unwind Magazine There is a reason that Ryan Coogler wanted Kendrick Lamar to produce Black Panther: The Album, a.k.a. What if Top Dawg Entertainment built a studio in Wakanda: A Concept. Coogler said he tapped Lamar for the project because “[his] artistic themes align with those we explore in the film.” Kendrick opts for futuristic and eccentric sounds, such as trap snares, … Continue reading REVIEW: Black Panther: The Album is a Masterclass in Worldbuilding

A Terp’s Guide to the 2018 Oscars

by Jennifer Attanasio For Unwind Magazine It’s that time of year again: admiring elegant red carpet attire, munching buttery popcorn, and holding your breath while the envelopes open and winners are announced. The 90th Academy Awards, better known as the Oscars, are taking place on Sunday, March 4th. The awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel for the second straight year, will celebrate the best films of … Continue reading A Terp’s Guide to the 2018 Oscars

5 Netflix Titles to Watch in March

by Samantha Subin Staff Writer Springtime means award season is in our midst, and there’s no better way to celebrate some of the greatest movies and television shows in the history of entertainment than with a binge-watch marathon. There are emotional whirlwinds, refreshingly insightful documentaries and comedic masterpieces bound to make any viewer laugh out loud. For the cinephiles, procrastinators and flu-sufferers, we’ve compiled a … Continue reading 5 Netflix Titles to Watch in March

Sesame Street Adds New Autistic Muppet to its Family

By Rebecca Cohen For Unwind magazine For the first time in over 10 years, Sesame Street is introducing a new character to its Muppet family. Julia, the first ever autistic Muppet to be on air, will join the Sesame Street family this season, making a few guest appearances. She will become a more regular character in the next season. Julia’s character originated in Sesame Street’s … Continue reading Sesame Street Adds New Autistic Muppet to its Family

“Rick and Morty” Season 3 Premiere Aired Secretly and Began the Szechuan Sauce Obsession

By Matthew Caillouet For Unwind magazine The highly anticipated premiere of the third season of “Rick and Morty” has taken hold of social media over the past several months. The Adult Swim program developed many interactive social media platforms such as “Pocket Morty’s” and #FreeRick, which have exploded on Twitter, and has kept its young fan base interested in the upcoming season. However, until April … Continue reading “Rick and Morty” Season 3 Premiere Aired Secretly and Began the Szechuan Sauce Obsession

Nike Releases Self-Lacing “Back to the Future” Shoes to the Public

By Casey Tomchek Staff Writer When Back to the Future Part II hit theatres in 1989, Marty McFly’s self-lacing Nike sneakers were only a work of science fiction. Twenty-seven years later, just over a year after McFly landed in the futuristic world of 2015, Nike finally made them a reality. At Nike’s Innovation Convention in March, the company unveiled their plans to sell self-lacing shoes … Continue reading Nike Releases Self-Lacing “Back to the Future” Shoes to the Public

Find Rowling’s “Fantastic Beasts” in Theaters Nov. 18

By Dana Gray For Unwind magazine On Nov. 18, the wizarding world of “Harry Potter” will expand to new storylines. In the “Harry Potter” spin-off “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” fans can be sure to encounter countless new magical creatures and characters with whom to fall in love, all while feeling nostalgic about the original series. In the first of five J.K. Rowling … Continue reading Find Rowling’s “Fantastic Beasts” in Theaters Nov. 18

Saturday Night Live Presidential Candidate Imitations Gain Student Approval

By Analeigh Hughes For Unwind magazine Gov. Sarah Palin once said, “I can see Russia from my house!” -sort of. Many people associate this quote with the former governor of Alaska who rose to fame when she was Sen. John McCain’s running mate in the 2008 presidential election. In reality, the quote said by Sarah Palin was actually: “They’re our next-door neighbors, and you can … Continue reading Saturday Night Live Presidential Candidate Imitations Gain Student Approval