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Halloween Horrifyingly Horrid

“Halloween” Horrifyingly Horrid

Brian Guski, Contributing Writer October 30, 2018

Although the newly released “Halloween ” movie, directed by David Gordon Green, shares a name with the horror cult classic, it most definitely does not share the same great cinematic qualities of its...

The Jungle Book Review: King of the Swing

Hector Ramirez II April 20, 2016

Following the recent trend of live-action remakes of animated films, Disney’s The Jungle Book tells the tale of a boy raised by wolves and his challenge against the fierce tiger of the jungle, Shere...

Interstellar: A trip through the stars

Ben Atwater November 19, 2014

Christopher Nolan has been hailed as one of the greatest directors of our time, putting out thought provoking films such as the Batman trilogy, Inception, Memento and many more. While he has not quite...

Remakes can’t stand the heat

Scott Iwaniec September 10, 2014

So here is my review for The Amazing Spider-Man—I mean Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. My apologies, I seem to have gotten the two films confused, considering they have identical plot lines. Seriously,...

Transformers: Age of Extinction Review

Scott Iwaniec July 16, 2014

Anyone who knows me knows my love for the Transformers movies. I am the unapologetic defender of the Michael Bay Transformers films. Of course I acknowledge the flaws, but as a member of the targeted audience,...

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Fails Expectations

Dylan Rupptrecht September 11, 2013

It was like occupying a seat on Hershey Park’s the “Storm Runner”; I was propelled 70mph in two seconds from the start of this movie. The rush of excitement I exulted from the initial burst of energy,...

DC Cinematic Universe Destined to Fail?

Scott Iwaniec September 4, 2013

If you haven’t heard then here it is in a nutshell: Warner Brothers announced at Comic Con in July that Batman will be a character in the Man of Steel sequel. No title has been given to the movie yet...


Samantha Shinn December 1, 2010

The classic fairytale of Rapunzel is taken to greater lengths in the 2010 hit Disney animation, Tangled. The comedic adventure has it all: action, comedy, a little romance, narrow escapes and comedic blunders....

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