Entertainment

Totally Injustice League

By Ben Cogar

I am terribly sorry to the people who live by this new slew of D.C. movies, but let’s get real for a second. The new Justice League movie did a incredible injustice to this new movie series. The lackluster acting matched with poor plot development made for a

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How to Getcha Clout Up

by Jalexis Edwards
Saturday Nov. 25, 2017
Clout, 50% of you don’t know what it is, and the other 50% believe that you are clout “gods”. If you’re one of those people who haven’t quite reached God level yet, don’t worry because by following two simple rules you too can have instant

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Stranger Things 2: An Upside Down Review

By Grace Lanier
 
DISCLAIMER: I am really excited about this season, so there will most definitely be some spoilers in this review. If you have yet to watch it, I would advise against reading on—and start bingeing it on Netflix, instead!

THE ACTUAL REVIEW
 
Okay, I’m going to be honest: It took me

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Halloween and Haunted Houses

By Cheyenne Adkinson
As you all know, October is among us. And do you know what the best part of October is? HALLOWEEN.
Every year on the 31st day, people dress up as their favorite characters and go house to house in search of the best candy. However, after a certain age,

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The Best of Hollywood Horror: 14 Scary Movies to Watch Before You Die

By Grace Lanier
I added another movie to this list to avoid unlucky number 13 (and also because I’m a huge movie buff).
The Babadook
Yes, we all know that the Babadook is a gay icon, but the film from which he got his start is a definitely considered a modern cinematographic masterpiece—and

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“It” Out In Theaters

By Cheyenne Adkinson
Finally, after nearly three decades, Stephen King’s “It” has made a reappearance in theaters. For all you scary movie fanatics, “It” is a great choice. Critics are claiming it to be an amazing film and singling out Bill Skarsgard for his outstanding performance as Pennywise the evil clown.

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Movie Review: La La Land

By Sophie Sebastiani
With the aspects of Old Hollywood stirred into the present day, “La La Land” is somewhat of an anomaly in today’s box office. In tribute to other musicals such as “An American in Paris” and “Singin’ in the Rain,” “La La Land” (with acclaimed director Damien Chazelle at the

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“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” Movie Review

By Jameson Moore
It is a period of galactic turmoil. The Rebel Alliance has heard rumors of an Imperial
super weapon. Their mission is now to slow down, and, if possible, halt progress on the weapon, but this may not be as straightforward as it seems…
The first thing I have to address

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Movie Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

By Maria Echols
A new era of the Wizarding World has just been ushered in. I, like many others, was worried about the end of the franchise when I walked out of the theater at the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Author J.K. Rowling, however, has

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Movie Review: Moana

By Jameson Moore
Moana is a young woman who lives a happy life on the island of Motonui. But when life on her island is threatened by dark forces, she must journey across a monster-ridden sea to find the demigod Maui & return a magical stone to the mysterious island of

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Movie Review: Doctor Strange

By Jameson Moore

Doctor Stephen Strange is a very successful neurosurgeon at the top of his game. But when he is injured beyond repair, he must learn of strengths and abilities he never knew he had and of possibilities he never knew existed.

Doctor Strange is a fun movie, and I had

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Movie Review- Star Wars: The Force Awakens

By Maria Echols
Before we delve any further into this review, I must warn you that there are spoilers for the new film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Therefore, I recommend you either go watch the movie or find an ecstatic Star Wars fan who can tell you everything that happened.

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(Trippy) Movie Review: Time Lapse

By Amanda Peterson
I’m not normally one for scary movies. I get disgusted by blood, gore, and murderers, especially when they are all put together to make a story. However, I always enjoy a good psychological thriller (even if I have trouble sleeping for months after I see it). Over Christmas break

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Book Review: The Sword of Summer

by Lilly Bower
First off, I give the first book in the Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard trilogy a 3.5 out of 5 stars. In this new novel by Rick Riordan (yes, that Rick Riordan), we follow Magnus Chase, an orphaned, homeless sixteen-year old, as he learns about both his

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The Mysterious Benedict Society: Book Review

By Amanda Peterson
Did you ever wish you were one of those kids who went on dangerous adventures with their friends? If so, you can vicariously live through the characters of The Mysterious Benedict Society! In this tale, four friends: Sticky, Constance, Kate, and Reynie are all young children that are

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