Parasite is enrapturing, from start to finish

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR “Parasite,” the latest from South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho is a high point for the filmmaker. It’s an enrapturing work, wrapping the viewer...

Third annual oddity and art expo opens in Omaha

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR Fans of the oddities and curiosities had their chance to buy and sell their art at the Annual Oddities and Art Expo...

Alamo Drafthouse holds movie parties for “spooky season”

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR Alamo Drafthouse is a nationally known theater that introduces one-of-a-kind cinematic experiences for customers. This season, Alamo held their annual “Drafthouse of Horrors,”...

UNO makeup artists create realistic and spooky characters for theatre performances

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR When students, staff and family come to theatre productions at The University of Nebraska at Omaha, they are often in awe of...

Dogfight: The fight to enjoy

Natasha McCallister CONTRIBUTOR The year is 1963 and a group of young soldiers are going to make their last night one worth remembering before deploying to...

Why can’t Hollywood come up with new ideas for movies?

Elle Love CONTRIBUTOR Classic movies are largely appreciated since they hit the box offices during their time period. Filmmakers put out their movies with the hope...

Zombieland: Double Tap is pretty good (with caveats)

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR It’s probably been a while since you last watched “Zombieland,” the 2009 hit zombie film meets Judd Apatow-esque comedy. Christened a “dumb Shaun...

Emerging Voices – Ren Houston

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR Emerging Voices is a series of profiles following writers, artists and performers currently studying at UNO. The profiles cover the personalities of these...