The student news site of Cypress Woods High School

The Crimson Connection

The student news site of Cypress Woods High School

The Crimson Connection

The student news site of Cypress Woods High School

The Crimson Connection

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire review

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire review

Connor Bickham, Staff Reporter May 17, 2024

Ever since its debut back in 1984, “Ghostbusters” has served itself as a pop-culture icon of a film. The movie was met with critical acclaim for its blend of comedy and horror and managed to spawn...

Hunger Games: the Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes

Hunger Games: the Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes

Holly Neighbors, Editor-in-Chief December 15, 2023

On November 17, Theaters released “Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes", the long anticipated prequel to its mid-2000s franchise. “The Hunger Games", originally a book series, is a North...

A Frazzingly Fright in the Theatre

Zackary Lewis, Cartoonist December 15, 2023

The Five Nights at Freddy’s movie did an impressive job bringing the well known animatronic nightmares to life. Freddy, Bonnie and Chica look even more creepy on the big screen, creating an atmosphere...

Sea of surprises: One Piece Review

Connor Bickham, Staff Reporter November 17, 2023

Getting your hands on the rights of famous works of fiction and being tasked with creating a new adaptation of said work is difficult. Netflix has gotten the rights to adapt live action versions of...

Theaters and covid cases

Connor Bickham April 8, 2021

As most of you know, our world has been plagued by the Coronavirus and now its difficult to enjoy things like going to big sport events like the super bowl, or an Astros games, even going to your favorite...

The first official poster for Zack Snyders Justice League. Copyright by Warner Media

The superior director’s cut of a superhero flop

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...

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The ever-elusive perfect movie

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

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”...

Another average horror movie

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...

The biggest night in Hollywood will be aired on February 9.

Who’s In, Who’s Out

PeytonB, Staff Reporter February 20, 2020

So, the Oscar nominations came out on Monday. Unfortunately, like all of us, I was stuck in school at the time of the announcements, but I was able to stay away from social media for the whole day so I...

A poster for the exceptionally bad movie, Dolittle.

101 Minutes of Absolute Torture

Peyton Berry, Staff Reporter February 20, 2020

Normally, I would say that after a month of Oscars hopefuls and massive blockbusters, it’s nice to start the year off with a sub-par movie. This is the one year that doesn’t quite fit that bill, it...

A poster of the new movie Ford v Ferrari.

A Brilliant Mesh of Entertainment and Storytelling

PeytonB, Staff Reporter January 10, 2020

Seeing as this movie is coming from the director of Logan, audience members can expect something great. I was just praying that it was better than Midway. Ford v Ferrari is directed by James Mangold...

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