Everest: A Beautiful, Terrifying Experience

By: Logan Sowash Everest was a film that I’ve had a mixed relationship with. When I saw the first set photos and official cast list, I immediately thought it was going to be Oscar bait that was worth the money solely for the cast involved. After the seeing the first trailer, however, diminished my anticipation. The film didn’t look horrible at all; it was just … Continue reading Everest: A Beautiful, Terrifying Experience

Review: Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

By: Daley Wilhelm                          I’ve read the books, I will snobbishly inform readers, but I found that the books don’t matter. The Maze Runner films have established themselves as an entity separate from the confusing, trying-too-hard-to-be-edgy YA novels that they’re based on.             The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials is just the right amount … Continue reading Review: Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

From the Vault: The King of Comedy Review

By: Anthony Miglieri Travis Bickle. Jake LaMotta. Max Cady. Such are only a few of the characters that have been made iconic by the legendary cinematic tandem of actor Robert De Niro and director Martin Scorsese. Despite the undeniable vitality and singularity of these widely recognized character concoctions, there are still creations of De Niro and Scorsese that have yet to gain comparable recognition. The … Continue reading From the Vault: The King of Comedy Review

Black Mass Review: Depp’s Terrifying Comeback

By: Logan Sowash Looking back these last few years, it’s hard not to notice Johnny Depp’s dip in popularity. This dip hasn’t led to him fallen into obscurity but he certainly hasn’t had a memorable film in years. Since his big hit in 2011 with Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Depp has either acted in bad films such as Dark Shadows or has … Continue reading Black Mass Review: Depp’s Terrifying Comeback