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“The Thing” review

Connor Bickham April 8, 2021

"The Thing", directed by John Carpenter and stars Kurt Russel, Keith David and Wilford Brimley, was released on June 25, 1982, and was widely disliked by audience members and critics. However, as the years...

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The superior director’s cut of a superhero flop

A review of "Zack Snyder's Justice League"
Peyton Berry, Staff Critic April 8, 2021

If I’m being completely honest with everyone reading, this is not a review that I ever imagined I would be writing. However, the past year has taught me that literally anything is possible, and I’m...

Despite the craziest year in decades, the Oscars will still be held on April 25.

What the Oscars got wrong

My take on the 2021 Oscar nominations
Peyton Berry, Staff Critic April 8, 2021

On March 15, the Oscar nominations were announced, and thanks to incredibly good timing, I was able to get up early and react to them as they happened. Despite the minimal amount of movies that were released...

Top 5 underrated artists

Top 5 underrated artists

Hunter Mancuso April 1, 2021

Everyone has their preferences about their own music taste. Some people love what other people hate. Some people think some people are good and others are bad. Meanwhile, some artists get overlooked and...

A thing of the past?

Why the Death of Movie Theaters Is Becoming A Reality
Peyton Berry, Staff Critic March 1, 2021

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Most anticipated movies of 2021

A look at what 2021 (possibly) has to offer
Peyton Berry, Staff Critic January 25, 2021

Now that 2020 has finally ended (thank all things holy), it’s finally time to talk about my most anticipated movies of 2021. Usually, what I do with these types of articles is talk about every movie...

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The ever-elusive perfect movie

A Review of "Synchronic"
Peyton Berry, Staff Critic December 10, 2020

In my last review, I remarked on the absence of decent-to-good movies that are being released. Thanks to the pandemic, every promising movie aside from “Tenet” and “Wonder Woman 1984” were pushed...

Fincher’s triumphant return to filmmaking

A Review of "Mank"
Peyton Berry, Staff Critic December 10, 2020

Before turning on “Mank”, several thoughts flew through my head: This is David Fincher’s first movie in six years. It has Gary Oldman. It’s black-and-white. This has to be good. Right? “Mank”...

‘A Prayer for Owen Meany’: a true masterpiece

Eshal Warsi, Co-section Editor December 8, 2020

“A Prayer for Owen Meany” by Academy Award-winning novelist John Irving is a modern take on timeless issues such as the paradox of war, religion and political corruption, and compels the reader to...

Christmas presents under a tree

Best Christmas gifts for parents

Esteban Garcia, Editor-in-Chief December 8, 2020

Buying Christmas gifts for family and friends can be one of the hardest things to decide. A lot of people like to slack on their gifts, and not buy anything till the last minute. Instead of going with...

Another average horror movie

A Review of "Come Play"
Peyton Berry, Staff Critic November 23, 2020

As lackluster as this year has been, the same question has been bouncing around my mind ever since movie theaters reopened: Would it kill Hollywood to actually get back to releasing good movies? “Come...

Old War, New Rules

"Tenet" and "Mulan" Fight For the Future of Movies
Peyton Berry, Staff Critic October 29, 2020

To say that 2020 has been one of the weirdest years in human history might be the understatement of the decade. Thanks to the likes of global pandemics, political protests, murder hornets and UFOs, the...

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