Eye of the Tiger

Stranger Things Season 3 trailer looks stranger than ever

Stranger Things Season 3 trailer looks stranger than ever

OWEN YOUNG

March 21, 2019


Filed under A&E, TV

One of the best Netflix original shows ever released, Stranger Things, dropped the official trailer to their upcoming third season, which looks as if it’s going to be nothing short of fantastic. The trailer gave all the waiting fans everything that they had been expecting, from beautiful action scenes all the way to com...

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

AJ WELKER

March 19, 2019


Filed under A&E, Editor's Picks, Theatre

A mean green mother from outer space is visiting Roseville High School Theatre Company this March 28-30 and April 4-6 in Little Shop of Horrors. The musical follows Seymour, a desperate, nerdy underdog with a strange knack for plants and a struggle to survive. It’s your classic romantic comedy,...

Buck & Sadie’s: Comfort food that’s sure to satisfy

Buck & Sadie’s: Comfort food that’s sure to satisfy

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

March 13, 2019


Filed under A&E, Food

Owned and operated by RHS parents, the Phillips family, Buck & Sadie’s is a stereotypical American comfort food restaurant with a side of southern twang serving burgers, dogs, wings and finger foods. Buck & Sadie’s follows an untraditional yet growing model of fast-casual-food with counter...

Captain Marvel delivers compelling story with impressive special effects

Captain Marvel delivers compelling story with impressive special effects

JACKSON YOUNG

March 8, 2019


Filed under A&E, Movies

Last night Marvel released the highly anticipated Captain Marvel, and it is possibly the best Marvel Movie yet. I didn’t come into the movie with the highest of expectations, because of a lot of hatred for the movie being all over the internet, but I was pleasantly surprised. Captain Marvel doe...

Newsies at Roseville Theatre Arts Academy

Newsies at Roseville Theatre Arts Academy

AJ WELKER

March 6, 2019


Filed under A&E, Theatre

Opening this Friday, and running March 8-17 is Newsies, the heartwarming and empowering story of the 1899 New York City paperboy strike. Filled with high energy choreography, uplifting ballads and an inspirational storyline, Newsies is a fantastic choice for Roseville High School students looking to...

Trailer drops for Game of Thrones Season 8

Trailer drops for Game of Thrones Season 8

JOEY FREID

March 5, 2019


Filed under A&E, TV

Early Tuesday morning HBO dropped a trailer for the highly anticipated Game of Thrones season 8, arguably one of the best shows of all time, and the hype is definitely felt for the final season of the show. With the final season dropping April 14, this first trailer was past due, and I absolutely fr...

ARTIST IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Hannah Shaw

ARTIST IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Hannah Shaw

CAITLIN TRAN

March 5, 2019


Filed under A&E, Artist In The Spotlight

Senior artist Hannah Shaw utilizes her experiences within her family of differing class circumstances in her series, The Evolution of Aspirations offering a unique and insightful look into the arise of different levels of success in society. Shaw captures the struggles - or lack thereof - within her subj...

2019 Oscars rebuttle; who shoud’ve won

2019 Oscars rebuttle; who shoud’ve won

AJ WELKER

February 25, 2019


Filed under A&E, Movies

Best Actor in a Leading Role Winner: Rami Malek, Bohemian Rhapsody Who should’ve won: Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born Rami Malek played a fan favorite character in a fan favorite movie, and while his embodiment of Freddie Mercury was spot on, it simply wasn’t the best performance of the year. The Academy...

OSCARS BEST PICTURE NOMINEES

OSCARS BEST PICTURE NOMINEES

February 22, 2019


Filed under A&E, Movies

Eye of the Tiger’s A&E Staff reviews this year’s Best Picture Nominees and lays out general expectations for which films deserve the ever coveted Academy Award.   Black Panther REVIEW BY OWEN YOUNG     One of the more recent movies in the Marvel cinematic universe, Black Panther...

It’s hard to read the bard

It’s hard to read the bard

AJ WELKER

February 15, 2019


Filed under A&E

Romeo and Juliet, Merchant of Venice, Hamlet, and Macbeth: the required reading every high school student is familiar with. Between read-alouds, movies, and audio books, our teachers do their best to convey the prestige and integrity of Shakespeare’s work, while still making it accessible to those who fi...

The Walking Dead slaughters fan favorites, leaves viewers disappointed

The Walking Dead slaughters fan favorites, leaves viewers disappointed

OWEN YOUNG

February 14, 2019


Filed under A&E, TV

The once highest rated television show on air, The Walking Dead has returned, but many say it has a completely different feel to it, developing a weirder, darker vibe than in the past. Since the main character Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln, was killed off, the show hasn’t been able to make a r...

Coen Brothers move their talent to Netflix

Coen Brothers move their talent to Netflix

JOEY FREID

February 13, 2019


Filed under A&E, Movies

The Coen Brothers have proven themselves in almost every genre imaginable, from possibly their most famous movie The Big Lebowski to the mystery thriller Fargo or the western drama No Country for Old Men, these directors have put out Oscar quality movies time and time again. Now they have taken their ...