Film & TV

Netflix released “Blood of Zeus” Oct. 27, showing off an epic narrative with grandiose music and striking imagery. Made by Greek-American brothers Charley and Vlas Parlpanides (“Immortals,” “Death Note” [live-action]), the adult animated series resembles …

Theater

The Loyola Department of Performing Arts (DFPA) premiered its second theater production of the semester with “The Wolves” Oct. 24. Under the direction of Jonathan Wilson, professor of theatre and drama in Loyola’s DFPA, the …

Art

The raw and nuanced messages of “BLACK JOY” premiered Oct. 16 on Facebook, tackling a vast array of themes involving the suppression, pride and uncertainty of the Black community. “BLACK JOY” is a symposium of …

Music

Slow Pulp, an Illinois-based four-person indie band, makes waves as gentle and profound as their debut album, “Moveys.” Composed of 10 songs totaling 26 minutes, the album released Oct. 9 despite a series of health …

Theater

After trudging through seven months of delay, the Loyola Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) debuted its production “Scenes from the Odyssey” Saturday, Sept. 19 on Zoom. The DFPA sets a high bar for …

Film & TV

HBO Max released “The Cult of the Conductor” on Aug. 13, the third book — a term used in place of “season” — of “Infinity Train.” Sitting pretty at 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes since …