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Fun Home is based on the memoir of the same name.

Broadway Musical Fun Home Impresses in Boston

November 29, 2017

“My dad and I both grew up in the same small Pennsylvania town, and he was gay, and I was gay. And he … killed himself … and I became a lesbian cart...

The movie Gerald's Game is based on the book by Stephen King.

Gerald’s Game: The Perfect Horror Movie for Halloween Season

October 30, 2017

Everyone is focusing on IT, but there is one other horror movie that they should be watching. Gerald’s Game is the newest Stephen King adaptation, relea...

Aromanticism was released on Sepember 22nd.

The Anti-Love Song: A Review of Moses Sumney’s Aromanticism

October 30, 2017

The love song—from pieces by composers dedicated to their beloveds, to jazz standards recontextualized by musicians around the world, to whatever finds it...

Pictured: The cast of Blade Runner 2049 at Comic Con

Blade Runner 2049: A Sequel That Really Measures Up

October 30, 2017

It’s not often that a great movie has an even better sequel. Lord of the Rings did, as did The Dark Knight, and The Godfather. These sequels all had great starting ...

Finding Neverland spent two weeks in Boston this August.

Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust: What Finding Neverland Taught Us about Senior Year

September 28, 2017

This summer, the Broadway musical Finding Neverland spent two weeks at the Boston Opera House. On behalf of the Register Forum, we attended opening night i...

LCD Soundsystem’s new album is comprised of ten tracks.

LCD Soundsystem’s First Album in Six Years Doesn’t Disappoint

September 28, 2017

When LCD Soundsystem disbanded in 2011, many fans rightfully believed that was the end for the group. After three incredibly well received, full-length a...

What to Read Next: Register Forum Editors’ Picks

Cecilia Barron, Grace Ramsdell, and Sun-Jung Yum

September 28, 2017

The Register Forum editorial board has created a list of book recommendations for both fiction-lovers and fact-finders.

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