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TRAILER WATCH: DC looks to save struggling cinematic universe with “Wonder Woman”

TRAILER WATCH: DC looks to save struggling cinematic universe with “Wonder Woman”

ROMAN TYLER

March 13, 2017


Filed under A&E, Movies, What's New

This year DC Comics will be continuing their series of films in the DC cinematic universe with Wonder Woman, and on Saturday they released the “Origins” trailer for the movie to provide a peek into the titular hero Wonder Woman's origin story. As far as I can tell it’s just a summary of the first 30...

FOREIGN FRIDAYS: Girls Generation delivers classic K-POP charm

FOREIGN FRIDAYS: Girls Generation delivers classic K-POP charm

ADAM HAGEN

March 10, 2017


Filed under A&E, Music, What's New

I’ll tell you right now: SNSD brought it with this album. My lace-front came clean off. SNSD, known in the United States by Girls Generation, is a Korean girl group numbering eight strong, due to the loss of main singer Jessica Jung. Being that Lion Heart is their first full album after Jessica’...

DUST OFF THE VINYL: ‘Flood’ delivers a truly fun experience

DUST OFF THE VINYL: ‘Flood’ delivers a truly fun experience

ROMAN TYLER

March 9, 2017


Filed under A&E, Music, What's New

There are a lot of different ways for an album to be “fun” -- there are lots of rock and punk bands that are fun to listen to because they’re full of energy and attitude, and even slower or sadder music can be fun in a weird way, but one band that really captures the essence of what fun music i...

MOVIE OF THE WEEK: ‘Seven Psychopaths’ surprises with excellent dark comedy

MOVIE OF THE WEEK: ‘Seven Psychopaths’ surprises with excellent dark comedy

PRESTON WALTER

March 8, 2017


Filed under A&E, Movies, What's New

Seven Psychopaths is a dark comedy that crosses the dialogue of Aaron Sorkin and the violent action of Quentin Tarantino to create a movie that is very out of the box and unusual. The movie was written and directed by  Martin Mcdonagh, who gave us another great dark comedy, In Bruges. It follows th...

COOK: Diverse ‘Divide’ exemplifies Ed Sheeran’s maturing artistic talent

COOK: Diverse ‘Divide’ exemplifies Ed Sheeran’s maturing artistic talent

SOPHIA COOK

March 7, 2017


Filed under A&E, Music, What's New

Ed Sheeran continues to impress fans with his wide range of diversity and ability to make seemingly everything sound beautiful no matter the lyrics or tempo. Sheeran released his third album, Divide, on March 3 after a pretty long hiatus where he practically fell off the grid to escape and find new inspirat...

‘Logan’ explores themes outside traditional superhero narratives

‘Logan’ explores themes outside traditional superhero narratives

PRESTON WALTER

March 7, 2017


Filed under A&E, Movies, What's New

Logan sliced its way into theaters recently and it’s the final outing for the beloved actor Hugh Jackman as Wolverine and all I can say is “wow.” Logan left me speechless. The movie starts out in the year 2029, and the world is somewhat the same but mutants are going extinct. Logan, who is now an alcohol...

HUTSON: Lange, Sarandon bring big personality to roles in ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’

HUTSON: Lange, Sarandon bring big personality to roles in ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’

GABI HUTSON

March 6, 2017


Filed under A&E, TV, What's New

It appears as if Ryan Murphy has topped his ever infamous series American Horror Story with new Feud: Bette and Joan. The saga follows the ‘feud’ between two iconic actresses from the golden age of hollywood film, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. The two actors are played by two other actors who are iconic in...

FOREIGN FRIDAYS: ‘[Rec]’ competes with U.S. horror titles

FOREIGN FRIDAYS: ‘[Rec]’ competes with U.S. horror titles

ADAM HAGEN

March 3, 2017


Filed under A&E, Movies, What's New

Okay, so get this: Cloverfield….right? But in SPAIN. [Rec] is shot entirely from the perspective of an off-the-clock cameraman, as he and an accompanying television reporter deal with a contagion causing people to become zombies. Yes, you heard me, zombies. I actually hesitate to say the word b...

ENTERTAINMENT: March 3, 2017

ENTERTAINMENT: March 3, 2017

March 3, 2017


Filed under A&E, Entertainment, What's New

Senior Sophia Cook breaks down the witty satire of Jordan Peele's 'Get Out.'

‘Lego Batman’ repairs dented DC reputation

‘Lego Batman’ repairs dented DC reputation

GABI HUTSON

March 3, 2017


Filed under A&E, Movies, What's New

As a fan and advocate of DC films you can imagine my huge disappointment after the flop that was Suicide Squad. I obviously assumed I was going to have to wait until June for the release of Wonder Woman for my favorite comic empire to redeem itself, but after viewing Lego Batman yesterday night I reali...

DUST OFF THE VINYL: The Clash’s ‘London Calling’ remains celebrated rock classic

DUST OFF THE VINYL: The Clash’s ‘London Calling’ remains celebrated rock classic

ROMAN TYLER

March 2, 2017


Filed under A&E, Music, What's New

On Dec. 14, 1979, the English punk band The Clash released their third studio album, London Calling. Immediately it was recognized both commercially and critically, garnering positive reviews from nearly every music publication at the time and was certified gold in both the United States and United K...

MOVIE OF THE WEEK: A glance back at ‘The Prestige,’ a classic Jackman performance

MOVIE OF THE WEEK: A glance back at ‘The Prestige,’ a classic Jackman performance

PRESTON WALTER

March 1, 2017


Filed under A&E, Movies, What's New

In honor of the latest and final Wolverine outing in Logan, I decided this week to review a movie with one of my all time favorite actors, Hugh Jackman. “Are you watching closely?” This is the opening line to the 2006 movie The Prestige. A movie about two stage magicians in the late 1890s who e...