Review: The Force Awakens
Introduction BY: CHRISTINA RIVERO The concept of these stories taking place a long time ago still rattles me a bit considering how far along they are in technology and thought. Nevertheless, it has been quite a while since we last saw the obligatory famous words introducing us to a... Read more
Review: Yawn of Justice?
BY: NOAH CASTAGNA Going into Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, I was expecting a trainwreck. The critics had bashed the film with brutal precision, pinpointing its jarring editing, weak storytelling, and poor character writing as massive issues bogging down a movie brimming with potential. They were not wrong... Read more
Review: Weezer’s Pinkerton
BY: NOAH CASTAGNA When asked of what ever happened to the girl from “Across the Sea,” Weezer frontman and songwriter Rivers Cuomo responded, “Good question. I don’t know the answer.” This succinct, earnest acknowledgement reverberates the raw vulnerability of the masterpiece that is Weezer’s Pinkerton. Met with critical backlash... Read more
Review: Zootopia
By: SKYLER JONES-BOXWELL   Anthropomorphic animals have been a major part of Disney since the first animation of Mickey Mouse, so it is unsurprising Disney’s latest movie would follow that tradition. Zootopia, Disney’s most recent animal based movie, managed to break box office records with an opening night of... Read more
Review: A Movie That Will Give You Goosebumps
BY SKYLER JONES-BOXWELL   If you grew up anywhere between the 90s and early 2000s, chances are you’ve heard of Goosebumps. First released by author R.L. Stine in 1992, Goosebumps is a popular series of children’s novels that followed child characters who found themselves in various scary situations. The... Read more
When discussing some of the greatest shows to binge, it can be difficult to avoid glaringly obvious critically acclaimed masterpieces, such as Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, or Orange is the New Black, or hit cult classics like Firefly, The Walking Dead, or Buffy the Vampire Slayer. However, some... Read more
Review: Shadowhunters Premiere
BY LINDSEY HANNAH   A plethora of highly anticipated shows are set to premiere in 2016, and kicking off the list is the Shadowhunters series. The first episode played on Freeform, the new name for ABC Family, on Tuesday January 12th at 9 PM. Based on Cassandra Clare’s Mortal... Read more
Review: The Intern
BY SAMANTHA ROBERTS   Nancy Meyers’, The Intern, warmed many audience hearts in theaters. The Intern features Robert De Niro as the lovable elder, Ben Whittaker, and Anne Hathaway as the workaholic, Jules Ostin. The movie dually opens with both of their lives; first, the uninteresting life of Ben... Read more
Review: American Sniper
BY DANIELLE ONAFRAYCHUK With many amazing movies coming out these past few months, such as Unbroken and Mockingjay: Part I, American Sniper had high expectations to reach if it wanted to prosper… and that it did. After seeing all three, I can confidently say that American Sniper is one that definitely leaves an impact on each... Read more
Review: Good Witch
  BY SARAH SHARPE Last week, the Hallmark Channel premiered their brand new television series, Good Witch, based off of their successful seven-movie film franchise. The movies and TV series star Catherine Bell as good-hearted enchantress Cassandra “Cassie” Nightingale. After moving to the small town of Middleton and starting a... Read more