Summer box office: a polarizing cinema season

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR This summer’s box office promised plenty and delivered an unusual mix. Reflection on this past movie season reveals what happens to cinema when...

“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...

The Omaha movie scene: A brief overview of some of the best theaters in...

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The movie scene in Omaha is underrated. I’ve always said this, especially when I was freelancing as a film critic....

Star Trek: Beyond – The best of the three

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Trek was never my bag. I was always content with my “Star Wars” and my “Lord of the Rings” growing...

“Taxi Driver”: Travis Bickle’s psychology

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Nobody ever wants to see themselves as a bad person, even when they’re doing bad things. Romanticism is the heroin...

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...

Movies to see over winter break

Jeff Turner A&E EDITOR Star Wars: Rogue One This spin-off watches Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) and her crew as they plan to steal the Death Star. Already...

‘Green Room’ review: The kind of film that gets you excited about movies

Jeff Turner ONLINE REPORTER Green Room is a masterpiece, it has the sort of rawness and vision that is meant to announce the arrival of a...