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Author: Nate Saienni
Nate is the founder and editor-in-chief of Qrewcial. Before this, he was managing the Top Class Finish podcast. His passions include writing, media, soccer, culture, travel, and business.
As much as it pains me to say, Qrewcial is ceasing publication and closing its doors.
Mysterio and the idea of a Multiverse seem like exciting additions to the MCU, except Marvel may be fooling everyone about both.
Showrunners may have hurt the rest of the season by not killing off enough characters in last night’s episode 3. Here’s why.
Here’s your update on who died in episode 3’s Battle of Winterfell and where the pool participants stand now on points. Warning: major spoilers.
As quarter one of 2019 comes to a close, we’ve made the decision to begin running ads. Here is a brief rundown on where we started, where we are now, and why this decision was made.
The fallout from losing The Office and other shows, and the arrival of Disney+ in the fall, could end Netflix’s time as the streaming king.
Earth Day: Lil Dicky tries to save the world with climate change song “Earth”
Even a chorus with four repetitious lines of “we love the Earth” can’t convince anyone that we actually do, considering we’re still treating it like shit
It’s bold. It’s sweeping. And it aims to erase almost all student loan debt while making college vastly more affordable. Here’s what you need to know.
The underground rapper and musician opens up about balancing success with authenticity, not defining himself, and practicing doing nothing in the modern age.
Nine friends and I play the Game of Thrones Live or Die pool. Here are the pool rules and my picks for who lives and dies in the eighth and final season of HBO’s epic fantasy saga.
The bizarre interview with the fourteen-year-old viral rap star offers no value aside from illuminating the exploitative and click-hungry nature of some modern publications.
Netflix Gave Us the Best Film of 2018, So Spielberg and Nolan Should Kindly STFU Now
Roma’s stunning beauty and wild critical success remind me of two heavy-weight directors who damned the very platform that gifted us such a remarkable film.