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Series Preview: “Moon Knight” on Disney+

By Jack Impastato and Blair Hurst March 9, 2022

Moon Knight is a new Marvel Cinematic Universe show coming out on Disney plus on March 30th. It is about the origins of the character Moon Knight as well as his introduction into the Marvel Cinematic Universe,...

Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson make a connection

“Marry Me” hits romantic-comedy sweet spot

By Evans Reynolds February 25, 2022

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ebv9_rNb5Ig Each and every year the entertainment industry finds many new ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Whether it be movies, events, television series, or new...

Red (Taylors Version) shows her maturity

Red (Taylor’s Version) shows her maturity

From Issue 4
By Lily Teague and Mary Kathryn Mason November 18, 2021

The long-awaited Red(Taylor’s Version) was finally released on November 12, 2021. Fans had anticipated its arrival since its announcement on June 18, 2021. This version of Red includes 30 songs, plus...

Dune: The sandiest movie of the year

Dune: The sandiest movie of the year

From Issue 3
By Lily Teague, Entertainment Editor November 2, 2021

Based on a book supposedly impossible to convert to film, Denis Villenue’s adaption surprisingly is able to contribute to Dune’s reputation of being the greatest sci-fi novel. Dune was first published...

Sentry Scary Story Picks 2021

Sentry Scary Story Picks 2021

October 29, 2021

Sentry Scary Story Picks! Some options for things to watch (or avoid) on your Halloweekend.  

Please End, American Horror Story

Please End, American Horror Story

By Paige Case and Jane Hurst October 29, 2021

To be clear: we are not AHS haters. We love the show and the actors who star in it. However, it needs to end.    When AHS first premiered it was a revolutionary show. An anthology horror series with...

New teen slasher movie deserves recognition

New teen slasher movie deserves recognition

By Megan Tomlinson, Opinion Editor October 29, 2021

There’s Someone Inside Your House, available to watch through Netflix, is a horror/slasher movie that has a nice, comforting take on an old trope. The teen slasher genre in horror has created classics...

Candyman franchise continues to scare

“Candyman” franchise continues to scare

By Tayla Wilson, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

For 2021, Universal Studios decided to do a spinoff of the horror phenomenon Candyman. The new Candyman movie, which debuted in August,  is rated R, but it's not as gruesome as the older films.  In...

Time to revisit Haunted Mansion?

Time to revisit Haunted Mansion?

By Sara Kate Rula, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

Have you ever heard of Disney’s The Haunted Mansion, the movie? The Haunted Mansion is a Disney original movie released in 2003. Many people haven’t heard of this movie, but it is a must watch during...

Fear Street Trilogy

Fear Street Trilogy

From Issue 1
By Megan Tomlinson, Staff Writer August 10, 2021

Popular among teenage readers and horror connoisseurs alike, was Fear Street: R.L. Stine’s classic horror series of the late twentieth century. First launched in 1989, the Fear Street series comprised...

Fans are ‘Happier Than Ever’ now that Billie Eilish’s new album is out

From Issue 1
By Mary Kathryn Mason August 10, 2021

Songwriter/singer Billie Eilish released a new album, Happier Than Ever, on July 30, 2021. It consists of 16 songs, with 5 of them already being published prior to the album. Eilish posted many teasers...

REVIEW: Nomadland; a beautiful story about finding belonging after loss

From Issue 10
By Megan Tomlinson, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

After losing everything in the Great Recession, Fern (played by Frances McDormand), an independent and hardworking woman, embarks on a journey through the American frontier in her van to live as a modern...

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