Bing Review’s Sex Songs

By Our Staff Some may read this magazine and think, “man, Bing Review must have absolutely NO sex.” To this we say, “nuh uh.” We have plenty of sex, not just with your mom, but with HER mom too. And when we do it, we like to have some music playing in the background because we’re just cool like that. The following is a selection of our favorite songs for our (many) sexual escapades. She…

Mitski Songs for Your Romance Woes

by Emily Portalatin Valentine’s Day is full of variety: while some people look forward to gifts and dates, others stress over situationships, delusionships, and relationships so troublesome that they may begin to research their attachment style. It can be difficult to grapple with the emotions that come with bad romantic situations. One way I find it helpful to work through any feeling is through music. It may sound cliche, but shouting, crying, or even simply…

The Redemption of Johnny Depp

By Marco Flores          After years of experiencing his career declining, actor Johnny Depp, best known for his role as Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, is looking to make a comeback – this time in the director’s chair. Depp is working on his first major project directing a biopic titled Modi. The film follows the life of Italian artist and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani, known to his friends as “Modi.” Depp…

The Worst Game Ever Created

Angelo DiTocco We all need to be entertained from time to time. And unless you’re one of those people who only watches Netflix or Hulu or Peacock or whichever other one of the 15 big streaming services there are nowadays, you pass the time by playing games. However, some games are so bad that after playing them, you wish you had instead spent that time watching grass grow. There are a variety of reasons why…

In Defense of Country Music

By Johnny Patterson Imagine this scene: you’re sitting in class, and someone sits down in the empty seat to your right. They ask you your name and give you theirs. You immediately hit it off, the conversation flows effortlessly. “Finally, my first friend,” you think to yourself. Eventually, the topic of music is brought up. You tell them your favorite artists and ask what they like. “I listen to everything really,” they say, “well, everything…

The Miserable Mets

By Aiden Miller Throwing a changeup to the average Binghamton Review reader with an article about baseball.  Yes, a writer in the Binghamton Review is writing something directly related to sports.  A stunning day in the history of this club.  Now I know what you incels may be asking, “Get this guy out of here I only care about politics and stupid jokes.”. Well, go fuck yourself. I’m going to write an article about a…

Johnny Cash Renews Inmates’ Identities, Live At Folsom Prison. 

By Toby Olson A banner runs across the bottom of the stage, “Welcome Johnny Cash.” It’s the only decoration in one of Folsom Prison’s harshly lit rec rooms. On stage: an acoustic guitar, an electric guitar, an electric bass, a drum kit, a fiddle, and a harmonica.  Cash opens with “Folsom Prison Blues,” an attempt to capture the experience of the very individuals sitting in front of him. The raspy howls of the inmates at…

Musical Theatre’s Power of Biblical Proportions

By Emily Portalatin Sorry, everyone. I don’t have time to write this article, I have rehearsal… is what I would say if I were a theatre kid! Got ya!!!!!!!! Okay, I am a musical fan, but we’ve all heard harsh rumors about the stereotypical “theatre kid”: a fan who publicly breaks into song, makes theatre their only trait, and expresses jealousy toward others in the theatre setting; a Rachel Berry type. I am no stranger…

“AI and its Effects on the Music Industry”

By Daniel Guido AI continues to amaze the internet and the world with its capacity for extraordinary feats. It has now proven itself capable of creating music on par with that of accomplished singers and songwriters. The impacts this will have on the music industry will prove to be of great importance in the near future. Over the past few months, AI programs have been used to replicate the voices of real human beings, especially…

The Persona Article

By Dillon O’Toole Hey everyone, it sure has been a while since I last wrote something (at least if you ignore the advice column). In that time, many ideas have come and gone, but, in the end, I was unable to transfer any of them into concrete ideas. That is, until today.   Unlike a lot of the people I know, I never had any interest in either anime or JRPGs (Japanese Role-Playing Games). I watched…

To Kill a Community

By Dillon O’Toole Isn’t the modern world fantastic?  All of the technology available today has brought everyone the ability to be closer to so many more people.  Now, even if you have a niche hobby or interest, you can always find like minded others, whereas in the past you may have been lucky if you knew one person who shared that interest.  Looking at me, I knew of almost no one outside of my family…

It’s-a Me! A Gamer’s Unwanted Opinion!

By Emily Portalatin Ah yes, April… not the most notable month of the year, but a fun month nonetheless with its fair share of holidays. There’s April Fool’s Day, but I personally refuse to be confined to one measly day of silliness. Who needs April Fools when I can shamelessly wear a metaphorical clown suit that jingles with each step every day of my life? And apparently April 4th is National Hug a Newsperson Day?…

’87: The Secret History of Binghamton Review 

By Arthur O’Sullivan (To the tune of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah) I heard there was a secret room Where Mangle was, in FNAF Two But you don’t really care for Foxies, do you? It goes like this, the vent, the hiss, Without the mask, he’s really pissed. It’s Mangle, and he bites in ’87. ’87. ’87. ’87. ‘eighty se-e-e-e-ven. Any zoomer born after 2002 can’t game. All they know is Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria, charge they doors,…

Godzilla vs. Megalon: A Cinematic Masterpiece

By Logan Blakeslee On March 17, 1973, Japanese film audiences had the opportunity to experience a true tour de force that forever revolutionized special effects, artistic cinema, and storytelling itself. 50 years later, it stands as an underappreciated gem, a cult classic that only gets better over time. For the uninitiated, it’s a cheap blockbuster intended for children and their parents. For the enlightened, Godzilla vs. Megalon is peak kino. The characters are inspirational, the…

The Demographic Crisis of Monster Musume

By Edward Lamarck Valentine’s Day is celebrated primarily by those with a romantic partner. For the lonesome few left behind this season, some comfort can be found in the genre of harem anime, a staple of modern Japanese television. From High School DxD to the more infamous School Days, the tropes are generally the same: an average-looking young Japanese male suddenly finds himself at the center of a harem with beautiful (sometimes magical) women all…