Halloween Horror Nights: the longest nightmare I’ve ever had
BY KYLE NELSON Spoiler alert: This article contains numerous mentions of attractions in the park. Another year of fear is now upon us as Universal Studios Orlando has launched their 27th annual Halloween Horror Nights. This year did not disappoint. With nine haunted mazes, five scare zones and two... Read more
Review: Ella Cafe, a Bohemian oasis in suburbia
A student’s guide to Halloween filmography
BY ANNABELLE ROSA Halloween has come to be a holiday which is categorized by many great films that either instill fear or bring a smile to the faces of children and parents alike. With Halloween soon approaching, it seems time to pull out the never ending treasure trove of... Read more
Quiz: which club are you?
Quiz: Which Taylor Swift are you?
BY TAYLOR GOLDMAN Featured image courtesy of Eva Rinaldi, CC license  Read more
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” falls short of expectations
BY DARIAN SABLON After the commercial and critical success of the 2014 hyperrealistic spy flick “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” Matthew Vaughn returns for the highly anticipated sequel “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.” Sadly, rather than living up to the hype, “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” falls victim to poor writing, terrible... Read more
Unpopular opinions: it’s never too early to celebrate
BY NOAH CASTAGNA It’s that time of year again. Yes, that time of year when stores begin stocking their shelves with themed candy and goods, homeowners begin setting up elaborate and fanciful displays and most importantly, consumers begin bellyaching about it being ‘too early’ to celebrate. I’ve got news... Read more
Review: “It”
BY SOPHIA WENGIER Just in time to get into the Halloween spirit, Stephen King’s “It” comes to theatres, terrifying audiences and breaking box office records. The highly anticipated horror movie is an adaptation of King’s 1986 novel about a murderous clown, named Pennywise, who can turn into the worst... Read more
Review: Mother!
BY DANIEL RAKOWER AND DARIAN SABLON Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! is a work of pure metaphor. It is not a film properly surmised by trailers or marketing, only by the thoughtful and heated discussions of the audience leaving the theater right before one’s own showing. Daniel Rakower Mother! is by... Read more