Review: The Jungle Book

By: Andrew Haas Disney’s recent trend of adapting its animated classics into live action/CGI blockbusters irks me. I don’t see any reason to redo these memorable staples of our childhoods outside of marketing reasons. I guess since the home video/streaming market limits the financial potential of doing theatrical re-releases, a new coat of paint seems to be best way of making more money off existing … Continue reading Review: The Jungle Book


Artist Spotlight: Lukas Graham

By: Madyson McGill Lukas Graham Forchhammer grew up in the center of Copenhagen in a neighborhood called Christiania. They didn’t have a police force or streetlights, and only a handful of residents had personal bathrooms and running water. Graham’s friends don’t have the cleanest records and he lost his dad in 2012. These subjects are reflected in Lukas Graham’s self-titled album. Lukas Graham may be … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Lukas Graham


News: Zedd – No New Album

By: Madyson McGill Zedd had a monumental year in 2015 but that doesn’t mean fans can expect an album in 2016. Last year the DJ/ Producer dropped his sophomore album, True Colors, which featured collaborates with Selena Gomez, Echosmith, and Troye Sivan. The album soared to the top of Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums, passing his first album Clarity, which peaked at No.2. To follow the … Continue reading News: Zedd – No New Album


Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

By: Patrick Doss In 2008, J.J. Abrams produced a found footage film by the name of Cloverfield. The film had a budget of roughly twenty-five million dollars, and would become a commercial success making roughly one-hundred seventy million dollars in its box office run. The film also received fairly strong reviews, with rotten tomatoes reporting roughly 77% of critics giving it a positive review. While … Continue reading Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane


Review: Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice

By: Logan Sowash Let me give you an analogy: Imagine playing darts at a bar. Let’s pretend that the dartboard, in relation to a film, is the execution of an idea while the dart itself is the idea. If you hit the dartboard, the idea works to varying degrees of success depending on its location. If you miss the dartboard, it fails no matter what. … Continue reading Review: Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice


Review: Younger Season 2 Finale

By: Desiree Williams After Thad’s untimely death, the season two finale opened with a funeral…and a twist. Who else would say the eulogy but Thad’s twin brother, Chad? Surprise! Apparently Chad and Thad didn’t get along which is why Kelsey (Hillary Duff) never told Liza (Sutton Foster) he existed. Although Thad won’t be back, actor Dan Amboyer will get to stick around. To add to … Continue reading Review: Younger Season 2 Finale