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Wizarding world remains fantastic

Ethan Ortiz
November 23, 2016
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The film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was simply that, fantastic.This film reminded me of why I continue to love this world of wizardry and it made me feel like a child again.An expansion of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter explored the 1920s in America with lead character Newt Scamand... Read more »

Metallica: Hardwired…for success

Ethan Ortiz
November 23, 2016
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For a band to last for more than 30 years is impressive, but for a band to still put out a successful number one album in the charts after all that time, well that's legendary. Metallica, one of the most influential heavy metal bands of all time, have accomplished just that with the release of the... Read more »

Movie review: Shut In

Briana Velarde
November 18, 2016
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Shut In managed to somehow defy expectations. It has a talented cast and stars Naomi Watts who plays Mary Portman, a widowed child psychologist with a disabled son. As the winter storm approaches her New England town, she needs to find one of her young patients whose gone missing. Despite a rather basic ... Read more »

McPhee’s exhibition gives students abstract visuals to art

McPhee’s exhibition gives students abstract visuals to art

Briana Hicks
November 16, 2016
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Art major Bradley Okundolor described Christina McPhee’s art work as having an abstract feel. “At the same time it’s kind of grounded in reality because I can sometimes picture shapes within the art work that I know as objects in real life,” he said. McPhee closed out the last day of her... Read more »

Returning stars add sparks heading into Roanoke finale

Ethan Ortiz
November 16, 2016
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The last two episodes of American Horror Story have been downright disgusting and gruesome, in other words it has been a darn good way to wrap up the Roanoke theme. Chapter eight and nine of the twisted horror series brought back familiar faces and it only added on to the already intense plot of the... Read more »

Netflix series review: Keepers of the Game

Bianca Martinez
November 14, 2016
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A viewing of the 2016 documentary "Keepers of the Game," a documentary, which depicted the stigma of female athletes especially those of Native American descent, was shown to give the audience a sense of the inequality and ignorance that still exists in modern society.The viewing was held on Monday, N... Read more »

Marvel creates an eccentric trip for viewers

Briana Hicks
November 10, 2016
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If I had to imagine what it would be like to go on an acid trip, it would look a lot like the abstract scenes in Doctor Strange.The movie was great from start to finish, but I couldn’t get over the fact that the effects in the movie were so greatly produced that my mind couldn’t fully grasp wha... Read more »

Roanoke kills again…literally

Ethan Ortiz
November 3, 2016
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American Horror Story didn't waste any time with killing off people in chapter seven of the season.In case you missed it, the producer of Return to Roanoke, Sidney, his cameraman and assistant were killed in a matter of minutes by Agnes, the fake butcher.A very gruesome and visual scene that added an im... Read more »

AHS Return to Roanoke brings the series to new levels

Ethan Ortiz
October 31, 2016
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Ryan Murphy has done it again, the FX television show American Horror Story: Roanoke has undergone a major transformation, probably for the better. Warning: There will be spoilers throughout this review. In chapter six of the drama the landscape was altered when the producer Sidney Aaron James,... Read more »

Top five halloween movies

Terrel Emerson
October 31, 2016
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Spider webs, creepy clowns and scary witches; yes it's that time of year again. Halloween is upon us.Almost every year film studios try and release movies around the month of October in order to get traditional movie goers and hardcore horror fans fully engulfed in the holiday spirit.In recent (and not ... Read more »

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