On Oct. 2, “Living Undocumented,” a Netflix documentary series, was aired. The series was co-directed by Aaron Saidman and Anna Chai and executive produced by Selena Gomez, Mandy Teefey, Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Sean O’Grady and Anna Chai.
On Oct. 18, “The Lighthouse” starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe was released. The film features two men who have been put in charge of maintaining a lighthouse but slowly descend into insanity due to the isolation.
On Oct. 28, Australian psychedelic music project Tame Impala released “It Might Be Time,” the newest single from their forthcoming album, “The Slow Rush.”
Iconic YouTuber, Shane Dawson recently released his nine-part documentary series titled “The Beautiful World of Jeffree Star.” The collaboration between the two entails beauty guru, Jeffree Star helping Shane create a makeup palette from start to finish. In the process, the beauty industry becomes exposed, which has never been done before.
On Oct. 25, Kanye West released his new album “Jesus is King.” Although it didn’t come out at 12 a.m. due to difficulties, the album was released before noon. He even tweeted, “To my fans / Thank you for being loyal & patient / We are specifically fixing mixes on ‘Everything We Need,’ ‘Follow God,’ & ‘Water’ / We not going to sleep until this album is out!”
On Oct. 18, Netflix released “Living with Yourself,” starring Paul Rudd and Aisling Bea, directed by Timothy Greenberg.
The Joker. What a villain. What a concept. What a film. From the trailer release, the newest iteration of the Joker claimed a spot at the top of the trending charts. Finally, an origin story for one of the most popular villains with a most mysterious past – imagine that! “The Dark Knight” trilogy even toyed around with the fact that there was no true backstory for the Joker. As usual, with as few spoilers as possible, this storyline does so much in terms of enriching the cinematic lore of the Joker.
New York City native Scott Laudati’s book, “Camp Winapooka,” published by Bone Machine Inc., serves as an emotional look into “the full spectrum of a human, not just the parts I want them to see,” according to Laudati.
What happens to a man who is broken? What happens to a man who has faced hordes of devils manifested in this seemingly right world and lived to tell the tale? Will he find the path to salvation or end up in damnation with his cohorts? These are the questions “El Camino” asks.
Jay Som is the recording name of Melina Duterte, a bedroom pop artist based in California. Her latest album, “Anak Ko,” which means “my child” in Tagalog, continues her trend of emotionally charged lyrics over melodies and rhythms that have a way of sticking with you. The album is nine songs long and has a runtime of about 35 minutes.