“Moonlight”

Written by Kirby Davis “Moonlight” is not easy to watch. Most Best Picture Winners aren’t. “Moonlight” joined the illustrious ranks of films like “Schindler’s List,” “12 Years a Slave” and, most recently, “Spotlight” when it was bestowed the Academy Awards’ top honor on Feb. 26. It’s definitely harder to watch than the film that was first… Read More “Moonlight”

‘Fantastic Beasts’ Leaves Audience Craving More

Written by Hannah Williams *The following review contains some small spoilers about the film* “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” the latest addition to the “Harry Potter” universe, begins with a distinctly dark tone. In 1926, the political situation in the wizarding world is tense as anti-wizard sentiments run high among muggles. While kids… Read More ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Leaves Audience Craving More

Modern Requiems: The Final Albums of David Bowie and Leonard Cohen

Written by Sam Keeling David Bowie released his 25th studio album, “Blackstar,” on January 8 — his 69th birthday. Two days later, he passed away after an 18-month battle with cancer that had, up until that point, been very effectively hidden from the public. On October 21st, singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen released his fourteenth album, “You… Read More Modern Requiems: The Final Albums of David Bowie and Leonard Cohen

CW’s DC Shows are Corny, Ridiculous and Totally Worth Your Time

Written by Sam Keeling In 2012, the CW — the low-budget and lesser-known sister network of CBS — launched the first season of “Arrow,” an adaptation of the DC superhero Green Arrow. It was a low-risk effort by comic giant DC to gain some popularity in pop culture at a time when Marvel’s cinematic prowess… Read More CW’s DC Shows are Corny, Ridiculous and Totally Worth Your Time