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Lillian Beatrice Dunn

Lillian Beatrice Dunn is an Arts & Entertainment Editor for the New University, majoring in Literary Journalism and minoring in Queer Studies and Creative Writing. She has over 50 published pieces, including interviews with indie band Small Crush and dark-pop princess Ashley Sienna. She has freelanced for OUT FRONT Magazine and the LA Dance Chronicle and has previously held staff writer positions at Her Campus UCI and Fever Dreams Magazine.

Netflix’s Adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’ is Understated, Chilling and Incorporates the Digital World Into Horror

Beloved horror mastermind Stephen King has been renowned for his work since his first novel, “Carrie,” in 1974. A large number of his most...

Netflix’s ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ Bites off Too Much to Chew, Falls Flat in Delivery

Editor’s Note: Content Warning: This article discusses topics of sexual assault and gun violence.  Based on the 2015 debut novel by Cosmopolitan senior editor Jessica...

HBO’s ‘Harley Quinn’ Season 3 Shows off Unapologetic Queerness and Shocking Character Arcs

Editor’s Note: This article contains spoilers for HBO’s “Harley Quinn.” HBO’s action-packed adult cartoon comedy “Harley Quinn” wrapped up its third season on Sept. 15...

“She Gets the Girl” Is The Lighthearted Young Adult Lesbian Fiction Novel Young Girls Need

“She Gets the Girl” is a young adult fiction novel that is co-authored by New York Times bestselling novel “Five Feet Apart” author Rachael...

‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness:’ A Mother’s Day Movie with Hypocrisy as the Villain

Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”  Marvel’s latest masterpiece, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” directed...

Continued Coterie Chaos and Conflicts in ‘Good Trouble’ Season 4 

Freeform’s “The Fosters” spinoff series, “Good Trouble,” has been successful in its last three seasons, featuring the revamped lives of Callie (Maia Mitchell) and...

Clairo’s Ethereal ‘Sling’ Tour Hits Anaheim’s House of Blues With Two Sold Out Nights

Indie sensation Claire Cottrill, known primarily by her stage name “Clairo,” sold out Anaheim’s Gardenwalk House of Blues with her April 3 and 4...

‘Killing Eve’ Season 4: Tragic Brilliance and the Final Chase

Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for “Killing Eve.” Nearly two years after the ending of Season 3, the fourth and final season of “Killing...

‘The Dropout,’ and the Fascination With Glamorizing the Villain

The Hulu original series, “The Dropout,” is based on the podcast miniseries by Elizabeth Meriwether by the same title. Based on a true story...

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