Truth or dare: Don’t get played into viewing
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE Truth or dare is a simple game- do the truth or do the dare, that’s all there is to it. Trying to transform this game into a movie, in the horror genre at that,  has led to a film with an unimpressive plot and few jump... Read more
“A Quiet Place”: The terrifying silence
BY JULIA WENGIER A tale of horror that hits close to home for many of its viewers, “A Quiet Place” effectively grasps the emotions of those watching and keeps the stakes high at all times. It mixes sheer horror with issues that kids and parents face daily to result... Read more
“Legion” gets weirder with its Season 2 premiere
BY NOAH CASTAGNA In similar fashion to its stellar first season, one promise can be made with the second season of FX’s “Legion”: the viewer will not understand most of what’s happening. But in the case of creator Noah Hawley’s psychological dive into the superhero genre, that’s not necessarily... Read more
Be ready for “Ready Player One” to disappoint
BY DARIAN SABLON “Ready Player One,” the debut book of author Ernest Cline, was an instant hit with readers of all ages. Not only did it bring back great memories of the 80s for adults but also included references that kids could understand as well. Although some cried out... Read more
Rise of the planet of the apes: Mikey’s world
BY ANNABELLE ROSA As of late, there have been countywide reports of a wild monkey running rampant through the streets of Broward County. The monkey, commonly referred to as Mikey by his fellow primate companions, was recently ousted from his home in the colony of monkeys located in the... Read more
Songs for the benefit of Parkland: Unification through the arts
BY JULIA WENGIER “Where words fail, music speaks.” This famous quote, spoken by Hans Christian Andersen, has come as an inspiration to many who use music as a way to express themselves. Music has the power to touch the souls of those who listen. It has the power to... Read more
The Quiver: Daring new novelist introduces female character that is just like other girls
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN “She wasn’t like other girls.” This cliché is one that plagues the world of young adult books. In recent years, teen romance novels have gained infamy for an endlessly recycled and reused character that can make any book aficionado physically cringe. This undoubtedly familiar character can... Read more
The Neighbourhood: Self-titled Album Review
BY ELENA VALDEZ The Neighbourhood has finally released their full-length album, “The Neighbourhood,” on March 9, 2018. Having reached the point in their career in which they have defined themselves, the self-titled album provides a definition of the group itself. As a teaser to their upcoming full-length album, they... Read more
Review: Come out and fall in love with “Love, Simon”
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE Everyone deserves a fantastic love story and “Love, Simon” has delivered just that. Like many other romantic comedies, “Love, Simon” was full of light-hearted jokes surrounding a life-altering obstacle the main character, Simon Spier, played by Nick Robinson is attempting to overcome. Unlike most films, the... Read more
The Quiver: The most dairy crime of the century
BY DARIAN SABLON Reports from various news outlets have come in describing what many are labeling as the most daring crime of the century. According to the Quiver’s sources, a gang of dairy enthusiasts, known as the Cheddar Boys, have stolen over 300 pounds of cream cheese, 200 ounces... Read more