Arts & Entertainment

“Deadpool”: genre-bending delight

February 16, 2016 Matt Rooney 0

Matt Rooney “Deadpool” takes tongue-in-cheek to a whole, other-worldly level. Instead, it takes the tongue, attaches a samurai sword to it, gouges it through the cheek causing blood to spray everywhere and then laughs […]

Arts & Entertainment

Review: “Revenant” simplistic, yet stunning

January 26, 2016 Matt Rooney 0

Matt Rooney Walking out of The Revenant there is one major takeaway, wrapped around one lingering, awe-inspiring question: How the hell did he do that? “He” of course refers to director Alejandro G. Inarritu […]


Peeple: review your friends!

December 8, 2015 Spencer Hu 0

Spencer Hu If Tinder resides on this side of the not-quite-being-too-taboo line, then the Peeple app might just barely reside on the other side of that same line. Peeple most often is described as […]


Review: Spectre

November 12, 2015 Monika "Monarcha" Leininger 0

Matt Rooney We open on the Day of the Dead festival in Mexico City. A lovely tracking shot follows the celebrating, skeleton-dressed crowd, landing on a man in a suit with a girl on […]


“Goosebumps” is horrifically bad

October 22, 2015 Jeremy Rowley 0

Jeremy Rowley An original story is a hard find in the world of movies. For every “Edge of Tomorrow,” there are five “Avatars.” Yet, sometimes that is not a bad thing. Sure, “The Lion […]

Arts & Entertainment

What’s hot on Netflix this week

August 13, 2015 Jeremy Rowley 1

Wet Hot American Summer: First Day at Camp What it is about–Set before the events of the Wet Hot American Summer film, this show takes a satirical look at prequels by further exploring life at […]