Review: Kung Fu Panda 3

By: Andrew Haas When it comes to Dreamworks Animation’s franchises, the Kung Fu Panda films are among my favorites next to How To Train Your Dragon. The first film was hilarious with great action and the second film, I thought, actually managed to surpass the original. So that was putting a lot of pressure on the third installment. Thankfully, it did not disappoint. Po, voiced … Continue reading Review: Kung Fu Panda 3


Review: The Revenant

By: Andrew Haas It’s currently award season and one of the biggest titles going around is Alejandro González Iñárritu’s The Revenant. Coming off his critically acclaimed 2014 film Birdman, I was curious to see what else this director had to offer. I saw the movie earlier this month, and was not disappointed. Leonardo DiCaprio plays Hugh Glass, a fur trapper in the 1800’s who is … Continue reading Review: The Revenant


Actor Spotlight: Alan Rickman

By: Logan Sowash Severus Snape. Sheriff of Nottingham. Blue Caterpillar. Hans Gruber. These are just a few names attached to the fantastic actor known as Alan Rickman. Born on February 26, 1946 in London, Rickman got his start in stage productions across England. From Chekov’s The Seagull and Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Rickman built up a portfolio and credibility in his homeland. It wasn’t until … Continue reading Actor Spotlight: Alan Rickman


Review: David Bowie’s Blackstar

By: Brier Stucky Blackstar, David Bowie’s 28th and sadly final studio album, is a challenging one to digest, and even more difficult to critique due to the circumstances. Released on January 8th, Bowie’s 69th birthday, the album had been out for just two days before Bowie passed after an 18 month battle with cancer. The news shocked the world, as well as myself, and while … Continue reading Review: David Bowie’s Blackstar


Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

By: Patrick Doss The wait is finally over. After what has seemed like an eternity, Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been released to theaters across the globe, and for the most part, the wait was well worth it! The J.J. Abrams directed film is one-hundred thirty five minutes of nonstop action, and it will surely quench the thirst of even the most dry-mouthed Star … Continue reading Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens