Review: Radiohead – The King Of Limbs
BY JACK BRADY Radiohead’s eighth album, The King of Limbs is a musical journey that defies comprehension almost as much as it does description, and is as dependent on the listener’s imagination as their hearing. The abstract, Lovecraftian creatures inhabiting the album’s cover are symbolic of the album’s inexplicable... Read more
Review:  Gnomeo and Juliet
BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY What do you get when you combine true love, a bitter family rivalry, and garden gnomes? The new Touchstone Pictures’ animated comedy Gnomeo and Juliet. Released on February 11, this movie is a spinoff of William Shakespeare’s tale of star-crossed lovers set in the world of plaster garden gnomes.  With jaunty... Read more
Review: Gucci 2 Time
BY DANIEL COWEN Radric “Gucci Mane” Davis is a successful Atlanta based rapper striving for perfection in the rap industry.  What makes Mane different from all of the other rappers is his determination to be the greatest, while pleasing his fans at the same time.  Gucci 2 Time is... Read more
Review: Country Strong
BY EMILY PERL The idea that love and fame can’t exist in the same world is the driving message in the new movie Country Strong. Between its collaboration of a star fresh out of rehab and a hunky new leading man, this movie is one good ole country time.... Read more
Review: Last Train To Paris
BY MATT LIBANOFF The newest venture of Hip-Hop mogul Diddy cannot be described in one word. It cannot even be described in 10,000 words. No, Diddy’s newest album, Last Train to Paris, can never be fully analyzed because it is one the most complex, creative, and advanced concepts to... Read more
Review: Inception DVD
BY JACK BRADY Inception aims to replicate the surreal thrill and utter impossibility of the world’s we create in our dreams, yet it is essentially a dream itself:  you’ll have trouble remembering it when it’s over. The Film follows the heists of a group of thieves called “extractors” that... Read more
Review: Rock of Ages
BY SYDNEY ALTMAN The 1980s saw a generation defined by the sex, drugs, and rock and roll mentality.  The rock music created in this infamous decade has touched the lives of many Americans and is the driving force behind Broadway’s latest hit, Rock of Ages, which came down to... Read more
Review: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part One
BY BEATRICE DUPUY The end is near for Harry Potter, and for the fans, as the beloved movie series comes to a dramatic close. In the final installment of the Harry Potter series, Harry, Ron, and Hermione have left the comforts of Hogwarts to slowly take down Lord Voldemort.... Read more
Review: Tangled
BY SYDNEY ALTMAN What do you get when you combine a classic fairy tale with a twist, beautiful musical compositions, and a touch of magic? You get a brilliantly, timeless new Disney movie. Disney’s newest hit movie Tangled tells the story of Rapunzel, the well-known Princess with endless strands... Read more
Review: My Chemical Romance – Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys
BY BROCK LANDERS My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way is quoted in a recent Spin magazine cover story as saying “ Why are we slumming it, battling it out with other guys with guitars to get a better spot on a radio format that kinda sucks and is losing... Read more