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.
The premiere of ‘AEW: All Access’ elects for relatability over going all in on the drama side of things
Injuries, championship title statuses, relationships, and production nods await in the entry of new reality series.
Yellowjackets season 2 premiere review: With winter comes desperate times, measures, and hunger
The season premiere of the second Yellowjackets season sees more predicaments in the present while things get frigid in the past.
‘Tetris’ review: You gotta fight for your right to distribute and monetize a classic video game
Espionage? World travel? Political gamesmanship? The Taron Egerton-led ‘Tetris’ seems to have it all.
Nobody Wins When the DC Family Feuds
In the minefield of DC infighting, nobody looks good in a brand that’s trying to redefine it’s outlook.
‘Blackberry’ review: Matt Johnson’s retelling of the once beloved and fallen handheld device wins in balance
Long before iPhones and Androids, the Blackberry had a massive market share. A film peers into the rise and fall.
‘Self Reliance’ review: A million-dollar reality game is rooted in the unpredictable as a jolt to get a man to grow up
Jake Johnson’s take on a survival reality show brings a lot of thrills, but is unsure on where to land amongst it’s most prominent themes.
‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods’ review: The heart is still there, but with lesser impact in a sequel that calls for more of everything
The sequel to 2019’s ‘Shazam!’ has the makings of what make the original work, but too many ingredients to see it through.
‘If You Were the Last’ review: Anthony Mackie and Zoë Chao find love extremely far away from home
Two astronauts floating away in space for three years wonder contemplate relations and end up with something more.
‘Swarm’ review: When being the biggest fan in the room can beget a deadly path of tunnel vision
The horror comedy series from co-creators Donald Glover and Janine Nabers looks at toxic fandom through the eyes of one of the devoted.
‘65’ review: What do you get when you have Adam Driver, space, and a whole lot of dinosaurs?
Well, a lot of ideas that wades into sci-fi and emotional territory without fully capturing either.