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Student cartoon showcase 2/19

Campus Life Part 12 by David Shapiro ’24@campus_life_cartoons… Read More...

Sundance Film Festival finally goes virtual

Every year, the transition week between January and February has allowed me the opportunity to do two things: live vicariously through coverage of the Sundance Film Festival and pine for the day when I will… Read More...

TikTok cooks up something special with the ‘ratatousical’

The year 2020 was full of creative ways to showcase art, but 2021 might’ve started with the most innovative yet: a virtual musical plucked straight from the trending pages of social media. “Ratatouille: The TikTok… Read More...

‘The Vigil:’ a Hasidic horror movie

A beautifully reimagined take on a person’s internal demons personified, “The Vigil” (2019), directed by Keith Thomas, manages to be touching, engaging and scary despite its low budget and well-worn premise. A Hasidic community, often… Read More...

‘Batman: Soul of the Dragon’—Bruce Lee and Bruce Wayne

Despite its title, “Batman: Soul of the Dragon” is not a typical Batman movie. In fact, it’s not a Batman movie at all—it’s a loving tribute to the Bruce Lee films of the 1970s. The… Read More...

‘The Wilds’ is for every young woman who’s felt brutalized by their teenage years

Amazon Prime’s “The Wilds” is the perfectly harrowing, heart-pounding escape that everyone needs to experience. Released in December 2020, this show tells a winding tale of how eight high school girls from different backgrounds get… Read More...

A recipe for the “perfect” mini-movie

It is not surprising that Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) would release a mini-movie considering the new food options on their menu. Buckets of grease are their specialty, both in chicken form and in Mario Lopez’s… Read More...

Surviving ‘Promising Young Woman’

Editor’s Note: This article contains spoilers. A woman is parked in an intersection. A pick-up truck pulls up next to her—inside, a man screams at her to move. She steps out calmly and takes a… Read More...

‘Devotion:’ alright Taiwanese horror game

Perhaps I had unreasonably high expectations for “Devotion.” Made by Red Candle Games, it’s a first-person, 3D horror game and the spiritual successor of “Detention,” another Taiwanese horror game I really enjoyed and reviewed for… Read More...

‘evermore’ is a gold-infused dream

Though other artists could drop two back-to-back surprise albums during a pandemic, only Taylor Swift could produce the two strongest albums of her career. Taylor welcomed December with “evermore,” the “sister album” to her summer… Read More...
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