The Lobster: Film Review

Charles Turner CONTRIBUTOR Love is an interesting thing. Biological in nature, we talk to people, we become friends with some of them; we fall in...

“Hell or High Water” is a revival in an otherwise dead genre

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR Far removed from the American westerns of the 1950s and 60s, cinemas have been void of a true western-style experience. The presence of...

Oscars diverse despite controversy

Rachael Vacanti CONTRIBUTOR The Oscars: the golden statues, designer dresses, a long red carpet and the most pristine awards show ever. Despite the uproar of #OscarsSoWhite,...

“Fantastic Beasts” falls short of hype

Jeff Turner A&E EDITOR Few people genuinely dislike Harry Potter. It’s a largely beloved franchise by all ages. Even when the idea of a spinoff seems...

Leonardo DiCaprio did not deserve Oscar win

Trevor Miller CONTRIBUTOR Leonardo DiCaprio won his first Oscar at the 2016 Academy Awards and people on the Internet collectively lost their minds. It was nice...

‘You’re stuck in a metaphor’ with Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are two of the most effortlessly funny people working today and in their new film, "The Trip," they prove why.


‘Men in Black III’ stays true to form, answers some questions

The duo is back and better than ever. After a wildly successful start in 1997 and a not-so-splendid sequel in 2002, many were wondering if "Men in Black III" would make the cut. 


Movie review: Green Room

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR It is hard to predict whether Jeremy Saulnier will, in fact, become one of the next big talents; but based...