Argenis Ovalles

Argenis Ovalles is an Editorial Intern at Grit Daily. He currently writes at Vocal Media and Theater Pizzazz.

What Fans Can Expect From CAOS, Part Four

It is safe to say that the seventh episode of part three of The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina (CAOS) left us shook. I thought the producers were going to give us a season where everyone dies. And honestly, I can’t take that; Supernatural has been doing that for years. Nevertheless, there was some salvation delivered, except for Dorcas. On the down side, the only way our blonde Morningstar could save the day was by being the absolute worst (and best) witch in the realm. Watch out for...

#BellLetsTalk Campaign Under Fire in Canada

The Bell Let’s Talk Campaign has proven to be controversial. Human rights advocates, who defend inmates serving time, argue that restrictions of phone calls within prisons decreases communication between convicts and their family, which hurts their mental health. What does this have to do with the campaign? Well, the organizers of the campaign, Bell Canada, decided to donate a nickle on January 29th to non-profit mental health organizations everytime someone used the hashtag...

Def Leppard Plans To Release Unreleased ‘Early Years’ Box Set

Def Leppard has recollected a thorough compilation of their earliest days for a new box set, previously unreleased. In it fans will find everything from their debut outside of Sheffield, England, as part of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement, according to Rolling Stone. The Early Years 79-81 is made out of remastered brands of their first two albums, On Through the Night and High ‘n’ Dry. Joined by live recordings, outtakes, and recordings made for the BBC. The five-disc set, which...

Netflix Bringing Manga Classic ‘One Piece’ Live-Action to Users, But Is This the Right Home For It?

Netflix has started to work on its latest production, One Piece. Get ready to meet your favorite pirates on a live-action series based on one of the best-selling shonen manga titles of all eternity. Currently, the series is set at 10-episodes, brought to you by Tomorrow Studios and One Piece publisher Shueisha. You might remember Tomorrow Studios from the live-action Netflix series Cowboy Bebop, another adaptation of a classic manga series. The 1997 Success of “One Piece” In 1997,...

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