“Raw”: graphic and brilliant

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR Julia Docournau’s feature debut “Raw” has been the subject of film festival controversy despite being received as highly regarded cinema. The horror genre...

Warcraft: Film Review

Charles Turner CONTRIBUTOR “Adapted from a video game” seems like a kiss of death for your movie. That’s because it’s usually a kiss of death for...

The Force Awakens: what’s known about the film so far…

By Derek Munyon ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR December 18 sees the first of a new Star Wars trilogy and the first film in 10 years. “The...

“Lego Batman Movie” rides predecessor’s success

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR Is the world asking for more superhero movies? The annual box office would argue audiences can’t get enough of the genre. But are...

Summer’s best and worst in movies

As the summer heat plagues Omaha, many students flock from the outdoors into the coolness of the movie theater to enjoy a bucket of popcorn, a cold drink and some classic entertainment.
 


The Soderbergh experience: an evening with Steven Soderbergh

As the Holland Performing Arts Center filled on Sunday, Feb. 20th and the clock ticked closer to 6:30 p.m., the room began buzzing with the conversations of movie buffs excited to see one of the most gifted directors in the world, Steven Soderbergh.


Indie film features comedians Segel and Helms in more dramatic roles

Comedians Jason Segal and Ed Helms tackle heavier roles in the new indie comedy, "Jeff, Who Lives at Home."


“Annihilation” does justice for the science-fiction and horror genres

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR “Annihilation,” based on the novel by the same name, is Hollywood’s latest take on science fiction horror. The genre is notorious for...