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Puss in Boots mascot character posing with his arms up in a meowing pose. He is wearing a black hat with a red rim and a yellow feather in it. Park-goers in summer-type attire mill about behind the character.


I’m Going Crazy and It’s All Puss in Boots’s Fault

By Sam Burzinski Blog Content Contributor What kind of attachment do I have to Shrek? Sure, it seems every kid born from 1995 through 2013 knows Shrek like a close friend, and he was unanimous Meme MVP of 2017, but me? I didn’t see the first one until I was 13, “Shrek 2” is a film I enjoy well enough and I saw the final two sequels when they came […]

todayJanuary 31, 2023 49 4

A black background highlights a bolded white font reading “Everything Everywhere All at Once” in an elongated all caps.


‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’: a reflection with my Mexican-American mother

By Sofia Psolka KTSW Contributor *Spoiler Warning*     Earlier this year, I went to go see A24’s dadaist, multi-verse movie “Everything Everywhere All at Once." I had seen a few nondescript trailers alluding to a story centering on a Chinese-American family capable of inter-dimensional travel. (A trope that is becoming overused; nonetheless, never fails to fascinate.) The trailers had a looming black everything bagel repeatedly popping up on my […]

todayJune 13, 2022 180 4 2

From right to left and up to down: black and white clapper board, open facing right, popcorn with red and white popcorn box, Redeeming Love novel cover that says "the classic story that has captured the hearts of millions worldwide" with the title and the author's name which is Francine Rivers, at the bottom it says New York Times Bestselling Author, and there's a picture of a woman in a long red dress with shoulder sleeves, black and white film, and red and blue cinema tickets. The background and book cover are both a grey-blue color.


Redeeming Love Movie Review

By Mikayla Anding Web Content Contributor A new film called "Redeeming Love" was released to theaters on January 21 this year. An adaptation of the novel by Francine Rivers, this film was nothing short of wonderful, in my opinion. It was amazing to see it on the big screen after reading the book just last year. The novel and film can be categorized as romance, historical fiction, and biblical fiction. […]

todayFebruary 5, 2022 58 2


Good Bad Movies Ep. 20: Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan

By Adam SnydarPodcast Producer  Good Bad Movies is the podcast about films that might not be winning any love from critics but are great in their own special way. Hosts Adam Snydar and Adrian Lopez review and rave over movies that might not be traditionally ‘good’ but are still beloved and worth a watch.  In this episode, Adam and Adrian talk about a diamond in the b-movie rough, Axe Giant, a […]

todayFebruary 16, 2021 393

A shot of the cover of Robert A. Heinlein's book Starship Troopers.


Space Fascists and Arachnophobia: What and Why is Starship Troopers?

By Ashton HermanWeb Content Contributor A plethora of space-related films have been presented to the public, with each garnering a different response. From "Star Wars" to "Star Trek," most, if not all sci-fi media seems to be held in such high regard. But if this is the case, then how did the film "Starship Troopers" land flat on its face at the box office? And more importantly, why is it […]

todayApril 24, 2020 109

screenshot of Jessica in Empathy, Inc


“Empathy, Inc.”: a Review

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor Empathy, Inc., directed by Yedidya Gorsetman, is an indie sci-fi thriller with a plot that keeps you guessing. Exploring sci-fi concepts involving virtual reality (VR), striking visuals, and a dynamic cast, Empathy, Inc. is full of secrets and thrills the whole way through. The film follows Joel, played by Zach Robidas. Joel is a disgraced venture capitalist who takes a chance on a new VR […]

todayMarch 18, 2020 29

Yellow movie theater poster with Harley Quinn


Birds of Prey: The Film that Comic Book fans deserve

By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor The infamous Harley Quinn is back and better than ever in “Birds of prey” with a crew of rough, hard-core, and praiseworthy women. “Birds of Prey” had a lot to live up to due to its not-so-good predecessor “Suicide Squad” that came out in late 2016. However, despite the horrible reviews of  “Suicide Squad”, I didn’t give up hope that “Birds of Prey” would […]

todayFebruary 11, 2020 24

Jennifer Lawerence in mother!


mother!: A Review

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor Psychological horror mother! by Darren Aronofsky will make your jaw drop. Released in 2017, mother! has infamously garnered a wide range of reactions with viewers either detesting or loving the film. No matter what though, they’re certainly talking about it. I am personally in the camp of loving the film, because mother! in a world of predictableness presents its audience with a mystery from beginning […]

todayFebruary 6, 2020 16

A shark swims in a tank of blue water


A Definitive Ranking of the Best Worst Shark Movies

By Brandi Mitchell Web Content Contributor As an avid fan of sharks, shark week, and shark movies, I have found that my enjoyment of poorly made, poorly acted and poorly written SYFY channel movies and my love of anything shark related has a beautiful and entertaining marriage.  If your mind immediately goes to “Sharknado 1,2,3,4, or 5” then I hope you keep reading for your own education. There are a plethora […]

todayOctober 30, 2019 417

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