Patrick Kenney Editor-In-Chief @PRyKenney In the world of movies, 2015 was the year of the franchise reboot (Jurassic World, Mad Max: Fury Road and Star Wars: The Force Awakens). This year looks to unfold as the year of the comic book movie, one where an old friend, Marvel, continues its reign of the book office and where an ever-growing movie franchise from DC looks to … Continue reading Predictions for the Upcoming Must-See Films
Logan Mullen Managing Editor @LoganMullen47 2015 has been a year to remember for music. From Top 40 artists such as Justin Bieber to more electronic-based musicians such as Major Lazer, and established artists like One Direction to newcomers Alessia Cara, the music scene in 2015 had it’s fair share of diversification. One group’s album stands out above the rest, however, as Iceland’s own Of Monsters … Continue reading Of Monsters and Men Releases Another Gem
John Grimaldi Staff Writer @JGrim44 Because we’re New England, this campus could see snowfall anytime now. There were some flakes earlier in October but clearly nothing substantial. Even though I’m holding out hope it stays 60 degrees and sunny all the way through November, the potential for an early winter always gets me thinking about the holidays. What better way to kick the season off … Continue reading Christmas Classic “Home Alone” Back in Theaters
John Grimaldi Staff Writer @JGrim44 Yes, I use Netflix, and I’m guessing that every single student at Springfield College has used it at least once. Legendary movie director Quentin Tarantino does not use Netflix, however. I recently read an article by Peter Sciretta on his movie blog “/Film” (slashfilm.com) about a new book released last month by author Tom Roston titled, “I Lost It at … Continue reading Top 3 Tarantino Movies on Netflix
Over break “The Interview” was released in select theaters across the country. You probably never heard or saw anything about it, nor knew anything about it’s release. But for those who did get to see it, I’m truly sorry you wasted two hours of your time that you will never get back. Continue reading “The Interview”: Worth the Wait?