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Cinematic COVID complications

April 18, 2020

Due to the spread of coronavirus shutting down public places, most movie theaters have closed their doors indefinitely. Because of this, many movie productions have decided to postpone the releases of their new movies. While many movie and TV show releases are being put off, some movies and shows have...

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A tiger king and his fallen tiger kingdom

April 3, 2020

Finding a place to begin describing “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” is difficult. Practically, the only constant in this series is the pure, unadulterated chaos that follows the individuals documented. However, this is by no means a bad thing.  Without a doubt, “Tiger King” is one of ...

Everything you can learn from watching “Love Island”

Everything you can learn from watching “Love Island”

February 12, 2020

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you put a bunch of twenty somethings looking for love in a dream house on a beautiful island with no connection to the outside world? Well, of course you haven't, but the creators of hit show “Love Island” have, and the results of their experiment have...

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Girl power to the max

February 11, 2020

“You know what a harlequin is? A harlequin’s role is to serve. It’s nothing without a master.” These are the first lines of the initial “Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” trailer. These words are said by Harley Quinn herself. And she believes them, until sh...

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Box office buzz

February 6, 2020

With the new year comes a brand new selection of movies to wait anxiously for, discuss and critique. Whether you’re the action type or prefer wholesome family movies, 2020 is sure to have something for you. In honor of the new year, here’s a short list of some movies to look forward to in the upcom...

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The Finale

December 20, 2019

In a land not so far away and around 40 years ago, “Star Wars” launched onto the big screen with a success like no other. It touched the lives of many and changed the film industry forever. After its revival in 1999, many were reintroduced to the beloved franchise. In 2015, “Star Wars” return...

Photo Illustration. People can be ashamed of their interests based on an affinity for certain show, especially if it’s intended for children. Series marketed towards kids have a reputation of having no value. However, that is not always the case.

Shows you liked as a kid that you still like now

November 13, 2019

Everyone has that one guilty pleasure show. It’s a program that, despite how entertaining it may be, you would be mortified if someone caught you checking out its latest episode. Although people can be ashamed of their interests for reasons such as its unpopularity or lack of originality, this feeli...

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It ends here

September 5, 2019

Most people have phobias ranging from big, hairy spiders that seem like they crawl faster than the speed of light to feeling like they're in a dark raging sea when in a pool. A very common phobia is the fear of clowns. However, it isn't strange to be creeped out by an extremely kid friendly entertai...

13 things you should do besides watch '13 Reasons Why'

13 things you should do besides watch ’13 Reasons Why’

August 23, 2019

“13 Reasons Why”, a critically acclaimed Netflix original series, has been working effortlessly over the past two and a half years to glorify suicide, sexual assault and teenage substance abuse. As the time comes for its third season to begin streaming, here is a quick list of 13 things you should do...

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Storytelling evolved

May 22, 2019

Headline: Storytelling evolved Subheadline: Is audience interaction on the rise? Grey Johnson, culture editor The appeal of movies is that you can relax and watch something that is out of the ordinary. Often, movies can be a doorway to allowing the audience a good look into the world of the...

Split personality

January 22, 2019

The abandoned factory’s fluorescent lights dimly flicker. The red clay that was once made into bricks stained the cheerleading uniforms of the teenage girls chained to the walls. A man roller skates through the room cheering himself on and raving about how much fun it is to be a carefree nine year o...

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Singing in the public’s eye

January 14, 2019

Movies like “Singing in the Rain,” and  “The Wizard of Oz” were the golden age of Hollywood. Movie musicals were the biggest blockbusters of the time, but they fell out of the limelight. Now with new movie musicals such as “La La Land,” “The Greatest Showman,” “Mamma Mia” and mo...

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