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Murjani Rawls is the pop culture editor at DK Nation, focused on music, film, television, pop culture, and sports. Murjani is an eight-year journalist, editor, five time, self-published author, podcast producer, and photographer. Before joining DK Nation, Murjani was senior editor & writer at Substream Magazine, staff writer at The Root, and senior editor & writer at The Pop Break. He is also a Rotten Tomatoes-approved film and television critic.

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‘Eileen’ review: Thomasin McKenzie and Anne Hathaway combine to keep you guessing in this noir-style romance thriller

Director William Oldroyd’s film adaptation of Ottessa Moshfegh’s 2015 novel puts a lot on it’s leads to carry a switch-to-script.

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Slipknot invoke their experimental side with surprise new single, ‘Bone Church’

The song has a beginning in jam sessions while the band was touring in support of 5: The Gray Chapter.

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Director Ken Rodgers on ‘The Bullies of Baltimore’ and giving a legendary defense their day in the sun

The VP of NFL Films speaks on how this collection of bold personalities makes their case as one of the greatest football teams in history.

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‘Jamojaya’ review: A father-son duo navigate their relationship through the blinding lights of fame

Justin Chon’s latest drama sees an Indonesian rap star try to break away from the protectiveness of his father.

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The ‘Big George Foreman’ trailer shows the legend of the man, in and out of the boxing ring

Yes, there’s even a George Foreman grill tease as well.

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‘Knock At the Cabin’ review: This apocalyptic thriller doesn’t seem as confident in its ideas as it hopes to be

M. Night Shyamalan’s adaptation of 2018’s The Cabin at the End of the World speaks of calamity but does too much in the process.

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‘A Thousand and One’ review: Teyana Taylor excels in story pairing a rapidly changing New York with challenges of motherhood

The debut effort from A.V. Rockwell speaks to the plights of Black motherhood fighting against the perils of gentrification.

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‘Landscape With Invisible Hand’ review: Money can’t buy you happiness, even as aliens take over the Earth

What do you get when capitalism and aliens join together? A lot of headaches for humankind.

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‘Fair Play’ review: all is fair in love and promotions

Phoebe Dynevor and Alden Ehrenreich play a passionate couple who get ripped apart by corporate politics.

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‘The Last of Us’ episode 3 review: a touching love story as the world crumbles

This episode deviates from the game to give us a great LGBTQ+ love story