Movies to see over Thanksgiving break

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Certain Women (Reichardt, 2016) Director Kelly Reichardt has been a low-budget filmmaker from the very beginning. Few maintain more steady indie...

“Wag the Dog”: A reflection of today’s political climate

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR As the election season comes to a close, it would seem to be a perfect time to delve into the vault of political...

Now on DVD: “Swiss Army Man”

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR “Swiss Army Man” is a masterstroke. In filmmaking style, execution and character development, it represents pure, raw refusal to commit...

Israeli director Shimon Dotan comes to UNO

Danielle Meadows CONTRIBUTOR Award-winning Israeli film director Shimon Dotan visited Universty of Nebraska at Omaha last week, screening his controversial film “The Settlers.” The film covers...

“American Honey” spotlights Nebraska

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR The road trip movie has become a part of plots spanning across all different genres. Ranging from classic comedies such as “National Lampoon’s...

A retrospective view of “Scooby Doo”

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Scooby Doo, Where Are You? is an irrefutable staple of pop culture. It is also, something many children this generation...

The Exorcist: A look back at the Halloween classic

Rob Carraher  CONTRIBUTOR Over the course of the past few weeks, Fox has been airing their take on William Blatty’s1971 novel, “The Exorcist.” Though this version isn’t...

A brief history: Corey Feldman

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Former child actor Corey Feldman gave a live performance from his new album Sept. 16, and it was…weird. Like some...