“Big Little Lies” deserves its award success
BY TAMARAH WALLACE HBO’s limited television series adaptation of the best-selling novel by Liane Moriarty of the same name, “Big Little Lies,” first exploded onto the award scene at the primetime Emmys, where lead actress Nicole Kidman, supporting actor Alexander Skarsgård, supporting actress Laura Dern, diretor Jean-Marc Vallée and... Read more
The issue with modernization: The “Heathers” scandal
BY ANNABELLE ROSA In the case of modern cinema, remakes are largely prevalent with movies such as “It” and “Jumanji” recently taking over theaters nationwide. This isn’t something that is strictly rooted to the movie scene, it’s also relatively prevalent within television. It also seems apparent that cult classics... Read more
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” is a quirky treat
BY TAMARAH WALLACE As the first big win for Amazon Prime, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” made headlines last week after it won two Golden Globe Awards (Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy and Best Actress – Musical or Comedy for Rachel Brosnahan) on January 7. The premise of... Read more
The Quiver: New “Crocodile Dundee” trilogy set to hit theaters
BY DARIAN SABLON In a time filled with remakes, reboots and cinematic universes, a new franchise is now trying to join the fold, “Crocodile Dundee.” Often referred to as the Indiana Jones of the land down under, “Crocodile Dundee” was a phenomenon that swept the world during the 1980s.... Read more
“The End of the F***ing World”: The brilliance of cockney accents and raw humor
BY ANNABELLE ROSA In many television series, it can easily be said that the themes of love, loss and torment are incredibly prevalent, awarding many shows a spot in the great pantheon of televised acclaim. However, the most successful shows utilize these themes while simultaneously bringing forth a new... Read more
A second look: The most anticipated sequels of 2018
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN People aren’t going to the movies anymore. In an age of endless streaming options like Netflix and HBO Go, movie theater chains are suffering. Blame it on the expensive concessions or lackluster releases, but consumers are not as inclined to spend their time and money at... Read more
The Quiver: 2018 predictions
BY DARIAN SABLON With the new year recently upon us, it is time to look ahead and begin preparing for what the promising year of 2018 has in store. If 2017 has taught the world anything, it is that sometimes the unexpected can happen, and here at The Quiver,... Read more
The Quiver: Looking back at 2017
BY NOAH CASTAGNA 2017 was a year full of landmark events and groundbreaking revelations. To cover such a monumental year in one recap article spanning two different categories would do a major disservice to the utter significance of the year. Fortunately, we have a thorough investigative team here at... Read more
“Call Me By Your Name” is a worthwhile and artful film
BY CASEY CHAPTER At this year’s Golden Globe Awards, many films were awarded for their cinematography, editing and acting. But one film that was nominated went unrecognized among the crowd. Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name” was as beautiful as it was purposeful. Taking place in 1980s Italy,... Read more
The last Jedi and the revisiting of a whole anthology
BY ANNABELLE ROSA As a an avid viewer of the “Star Wars” franchise, it has become increasingly difficult to feel affection for movies that have come to be a bit detached and impersonal. With director and creator George Lucas forfeiting the rights to his creations and placing them in... Read more