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Good Bad Movies Ep. 29: Mortal Combat

By Adam SnydarPodcast Manager 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 the newly released film reboot of the “Mortal Kombat” […]

todayJune 12, 2021 6

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Ten Classic Chick-Flicks You Must See in your Lifetime

By Allison SchroederWeb Content Contributor Chick-flicks, a widely popular film collection that contains some of our most beloved actors and actresses including Matthew McConaughey, Hilary Duff, Reese Witherspoon, Lindsay Lohan, amongst many others.   Growing up, I was introduced to this genre at an early age by my mom. We bonded over watching movies that led me to dreaming about a life unlike any other. I became a hopeless romantic and admired the […]

todayMay 11, 2021 9

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6 Movies about Powerful Women to Watch for International Women’s Day

By Rachael GerronAssistant Web Content Manager Today is International Women's Day- a holiday that celebrates women’s achievements and pursuits of gender equality. A great way to celebrate is taking time to relax from your busy Monday, and what better way to relax than by watching movies about successful women? I compiled a list of 6 documentaries and movies about a variety of women who have left their mark on the […]

todayMarch 8, 2021 4

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Let’s Rate Some Asian Dramas

By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor  I do not have a life. I spend a lot of my free time watching random Asian dramas and getting way too emotional over the character’s relationships. Since quarantine began, I think I’ve watched over 20 different dramas, and some of the ones I watch are not very common. I figure I might as well share some of the ones I’ve watched the past year […]

todayFebruary 2, 2021 2

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The 5 best new streaming film and television shows of 2021

By Diamond Marie PedrozaWeb Content Contributor Watching films and television shows is a great way to escape the many unique challenges that 2021 has already brought. Some people are discovering streaming services for the first time, while others are as obsessed as ever with the newest material these services have to offer. Here are my top picks for what has been newly released this month. Search Party and Euphoria screenshots […]

todayJanuary 29, 2021 2

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Good Bad Movies Ep.8: Terrifier

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 review Terrifier, a B-movie slasher that failed to impress. After originally […]

todayNovember 8, 2020 5 1

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“Ex Machina” vs “Her”

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor "Ex Machina" directed by Alex Garland and "Her" directed by Spike Jonze, are two of the top artificial intelligence films to date. Both are known for their explorations into the popular science fiction genre, artificial intelligence (AI), in which technology surpasses mankind. The films are often paired together while simultaneously juxtaposed. Similar to how Orwell’s "1984" and Huxley’s "Brave New World" are compared, the two […]

todaySeptember 2, 2020 16

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The Movies Aren’t Dead: Drive-In Theater

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor With the coronavirus increasing in cases every day, going to the movies seems like a long-forgotten event. However, there is still a way to go out for a night and see a movie within the safety of your car. Tuesday, August 11th, I visited the Stars and Stripes Drive-In Theater located in New Braunfels. A short twenty-minute drive away from San Marcos, the theater teleports […]

todayAugust 20, 2020

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Movies to Help it Feel Like Summer

By Stacey RamirezWeb Content Contributor Movies have always served as a form of escapism. They have a way of taking us places we can only imagine. Now more than ever, we are relying on movies to keep us distracted this summer. This might not be the summer we expected, but the next best thing to do is live through a movie about summer. Mamma Mia! If you ever had the […]

todayJuly 31, 2020

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