Karl Delossantos


Karl is a New Jersey native currently pursuing a degree in Marketing at The College of New Jersey. He is a massive film and TV geek, music snob, full-time hipster, and part-time geek. He is also the founder of smashcutreviews.com.

23 Classic Dating Questions You Should Ask Before Getting In A Relationship

By Karl Delossantos
Let me tell you a little secret. Once upon a time, people actually met in real life to date. Dating can be a wonderful way to date and hit it off with potential partners. Why go outside and meet people when you can just swipe left or right on a…

Why The Second Season Of 'Serial' Falls Short For Fans Of The Podcast

By Karl Delossantos
Whenever I play a new episode of "Serial" and hear that familiar and unsettling piano tune, I get a flutter in my stomach. The tune became associated with curiosity and suspense as Sarah Koenig unfolded the story of Hae Min Lee, a Baltimore teenager…

7 Classic LGBT Films You Should Watch In Celebration Of Pride Month

By Karl Delossantos
Last week, the Supreme Court made a landmark decision that legalized same-sex marriage across the country. While there are still huge steps to be made in the fight for equality, now is a time to celebrate! And what better way to do so than to pop in…

6 Reasons Why You Should Watch 'Mad Men' If You Aren't On Board

By Karl Delossantos
"Mad Men" has always been one of those shows you've heard of, knew was really good, but didn't give the time of day to watch. Even with its availability on Netflix, the show didn't always click with audiences. And, as an avid (obsessed) fan of the…

And The Award Goes To...: Who Should Actually Win This Year's Oscars

By Karl Delossantos
The Oscars change each year, with different movies and actors featured and different stars in attendance. But each year, they do guarantee one thing: disappointment. Disappointment in the shows, disappointment in the fashion and, most importantly,…

8 Resolutions You Should Be Making For Spring Semester

By Karl Delossantos
It is upon us. That's right, the dreaded spring semester is just around the corner. Whether it’s the warm weather or the prospect of two months without the weight of school, for some reason or another, this semester is most students' downfall of the…