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“Golden Time,” a cute story that will tug at your heart strings

“Golden Time,” a cute story that will tug at your heart strings

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017

Recently, while scrolling through various social media platforms, I came across an article of some of the hidden gems on Netflix. A lot of the movies and shows were hit and miss, but one of my favorites I came across was a 22-minute film called Golden Time. The story is somewhat reminiscent of Toy...

“It”‘s back – the remake of a classic Stephen King film

“It”‘s back – the remake of a classic Stephen King film

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer

September 18, 2017

It, a classic film frightening adults and children alike for generations, and as Mike Hanlon put it in 1990, "It's back." Our story floats back into Derry, where we find a band of misfit kids investigating the death of Billy's brother, Georgie, who was brutally murdered by Pennywise the Dancing Clown in...

“Eraserhead” – a surreal and psychological thriller that will keep you guessing

“Eraserhead” – a surreal and psychological thriller that will keep you guessing

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer

September 14, 2017

An intriguing, though admittedly confusing story, Eraserhead brings all of the elements of a good surrealist film. Excitement rose in the past year with the revival of David Lynch's Twin Peaks, a surrealist show likely to give you chills, however, this is Lynch's film that debatably brought him to fa...

The price of creativity: the lasting power of “The Social Network”

The price of creativity: the lasting power of “The Social Network”

Erin Bockenstedt, Staff Writer

April 24, 2017

When David Fincher's "The Social Network" came out way back in 2010, I was a mere 11 years old. As a result, I had neither the attention span necessary to watch it nor the life experience needed to understand what it was trying to say. I knew that it was about the creation of Facebook and that was pretty...

The best films of 2016

The best films of 2016

Erin Bockenstedt, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017

Moonlight, dir. Barry Jenkins Alright, I will admit that I put this film first because it is my absolute favorite of the year. Showing the coming-of-age of a gay African-American man in three parts, "Moonlight" is poetic and devastating. Most of it has to do with the cast, all of whom are phenome...

“Lights Out” renewed my fear of the dark

“Lights Out” renewed my fear of the dark

Bryce Schulte, Online Editor-in-Chief

August 2, 2016

In the past few years, I have become obsessed with horror films. "Lights Out," the first movie I've seen in theaters in quite some time, was certainly worth every penny. Pretty clear from the title, "Lights Out" is a movie that bases its story line on the fear of the dark. For most kids, being scare...