Historical Film Event Gets “Reel”

By Victor Porcelli Staff Writer On Wednesday, Sept. 20, the Historical Film Series had its inaugural screening. “Reel” History commenced with Norma Rae, a film about a woman who fought for the unionization of mill workers in Alabama in the 1970s. Following the motion picture was a panel discussion which included Professor Esther Duran, Dr. Katherine Grasso and Dr. Sarah … [Read more...]

Netflix’s new movie Death Note: Nothing special

By Ellen Cicchitti Staff Writer When Netflix’s liveaction film adaptation of Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s best-selling anime and manga series Death Note was released, fans were skeptical and for good reason. Hollywood, in recent years, has been known for the awful liveaction remakes of beloved cartoons and anime. The main story of Death Note is about a high school … [Read more...]

Mother! May you chill out

By Allison McCausland A&E and Online Editor Films released over the fall season often tend to favor the thriller and horror genres, giving audiences something to become fearful about. Halloween is right around the corner, offering studios and filmmakers the perfect opportunity to release their wild and horrific stories. However, Darren Aronofsky’s latest work, … [Read more...]

Bojack Horseman season four: Hilariously depressing

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief On Sept. 8, Bojack Horseman returned to Netflix; meaning more animal puns, dark humor and existential nihilism. This is the fourth season of the animated series about a famous horse actor trying to find happiness and satisfaction in Hollywoo. Bojack Horseman is about a horse named Bojack (Will Arnett) who was once a famous sit-com … [Read more...]