By Kelly Kuhn, Columnist I was sitting in my living room playing a video game on my iPad. In the background, I heard the rumbling of the news on the television. Everything sounded like white noise until I heard the words “Brown vs. The Board of Education.” My ears perked up and I believe I did the dog head tilt. I thought to myself, “What … Continue reading What Will Your Name Stand For?
By Cara Young For a good degree of fiction, the goal of any successful novel is to make the reader wish they could hop into the page and ride the story along with the characters they loved and hated through the chapters. This, however, is not the case in the genre of murder mystery and in the wicked mind of crime fiction writers. … Continue reading JUDGING FROM THE CHEAP SEATS: “Murder on the Orient Express”
By Cara Young, Opinion Editor “You’re embarrassing me I told them we were friends.” I feel this quote is an appropriate way to begin the review of Marvels latest film Thor Ragnarok. While this was not the deepest or most accurate story attempt Marvel has produced, it was, in a way, entertaining. Banner and Odinson busted the box office at $122.7 million domestically in … Continue reading Movie Review: “Thor Ragnarok”
By Cassandra Lyles, Columnist Let the games begin. #JigsawMovie in theaters October 27. Tix: https://t.co/tWTYOGaOGg pic.twitter.com/aZhFpI2iPt — Saw (@SawMovie) October 19, 2017 Blood, torture, and crime, oh my! After seven years of lying dormant, the “Saw” series continues with their newest installment, “Jigsaw.” Eighth in the series, this movie takes the viewer to a place where they’ll be clutching their popcorn and shaking in fear. … Continue reading Jigsaw Movie Review; “Blood, torture, and crime”
By: Cassandra Lyles Once again ladies and gentlemen, we are given a trope that has been overplayed to death, the satirical horror movie. Netflix’s new original movie opens with a young boy named Cole, whose anxiety seems to control every aspect of his life. Bullied and belittled, the only person who seems to understand him is his older babysitter, Bee. One night when his parents … Continue reading Death to The Satirical Horror Film: The Babysitter Reviewed
By Cara Young, Opinion Editor Click on the link below to read The Woodcutter review The Woodcutter “And in a terrible moment, though her body chose to fight the monster that was stalking her, her soul refused such a death and leap from her body to continue its flight.”- Kate Danley Go to this Sway Continue reading JUDGING FROM THE CHEAP SEATS: “The Woodcutter”
By Cameron Purcell, Columnist As with most hurricane seasons, my family and I decided to bunker down and wait for the storm to pass. Unfortunately, Harvey was not like most hurricanes. The power had gone out a few times that day, making me quite upset as I was trying to beat a very difficult video game and Harvey would not let me finish. The third … Continue reading Adventures with Harvey