“WandaVision” Review

I would definitely recommend this show to anyone who is a fan of Marvel movies. By Katie Sell, Staff Writer If you’re looking for something new to watch, WandaVision is one of the most talked-about series that has aired so far in 2021. Available on Disney+, the MCU show just finished airing its first season … Continue reading “WandaVision” Review

“Tom and Jerry” Review

While not utterly terrible, Tom and Jerry left me feeling lukewarm. By Scott Wood, Staff Writer and Artist To be quite frank, my feelings toward the live-action Tom and Jerry reboot started off being very lukewarm. After watching it finally, I’m proud to say that I’m still lukewarm on this film.  I was relieved to … Continue reading “Tom and Jerry” Review

“Raya and the Last Dragon” Review

I have nothing but positive things to say regarding Disney’s latest release. WARNING: This review contains spoilers. By Melissa Farthing, Copy Editor It had been officially over one year since I stepped foot inside a movie theater. Until I went to see Disney’s newest animated flick, that is. Raya and the Last Dragon was released … Continue reading “Raya and the Last Dragon” Review

What To Watch on Netflix This Winter

I review some excellent shows that will keep you going in the cold months to come.  By Rebekah Karp, Staff Writer and Artist With winter break right around the corner and the need for us to stay inside to keep the world safe, you and I both are catching “cabin fever” already. What better way … Continue reading What To Watch on Netflix This Winter

“The Haunting of Bly Manor” Review

Netflix releases another spooky drama series—just in time for Halloween! By Sydni Wolpert, Staff Writer and Artist Fans of “The Haunting of Hill House” on Netflix will be excited to hear that the series’ second season, “The Haunting of Bly Manor,” is another winner. I love a good spooky series, and this one had me … Continue reading “The Haunting of Bly Manor” Review

Eurydice Review

From Feb. 28 to March 9, the Huntington University theatre department presented Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl. According to director Adam Sahli, it is a story that has been adapted in different ways. The story is usually focused on the male character. But this time, Ruhl’s uses the female as the protagonist. In the play, Orpheus … Continue reading Eurydice Review

“Captain Marvel” review: the cat was the best part

Before I watched Captain Marvel, I asked local teacher Savannah Marlow what she thought of the movie. She responded enthusiastically that the cat was the best part. When I saw the film at the Huntington 7, I made sure to keep an eye out for the cat. I was not disappointed. For those of you … Continue reading “Captain Marvel” review: the cat was the best part

“My experience working on set a senior film”

During fall break weekend, I had the pleasure to work as an assistant to wardrobe, props, and hair/makeup on one of the senior films that have been greenlit for the fall semester. This experience was not only fun and exciting but also incredibly enlightening as a glimpse into the profession of filmmaking. As someone going … Continue reading “My experience working on set a senior film”