A different look at comedy and action’s biggest stars in ‘Spy’

By Jerome Daniel Casio

June 9, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Teaming up again to bring R-rated, raunchy comedy to the big screen are the talented duo behind 2011's "Bridesmaids," director-screenwriter Paul... Read more »

‘Insidious’ offers its most terrifying chapter yet

By Grant Hermanns

June 9, 2015

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Prequels are tough stories to accomplish properly and are an even tougher feat in the horror genre, which has seen very few prequels. Fortunately, Leigh... Read more »

June entertainment preview

By Jerome Daniel Casio, Grant Hermanns, and Phil Sidavong

June 1, 2015

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Summertime is here. With that comes Hollywood's biggest, most expensive films. From big-budget tentpole movies to horror sequels and remakes that belong in October, studios aim for summertime release dates to accumulate... Read more »

Ambition, not imagination, comes to fruition in ‘Tomorrowland’

By Jerome Daniel Casio

May 27, 2015

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Director Brad Bird and screenwriter Damon... Read more »

‘Poltergeist’ is a respectful remake

By Grant Hermanns

May 25, 2015

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In the film industry, remakes are, unfortunately, inevitable. When news breaks that a classic film is going to be remade, one can only hope that it can come close to capturing the essence of the original. This is especially... Read more »

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ pumps new, visceral life into franchise

By Jerome Daniel Casio

May 22, 2015

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In 1979, director George Miller brought the post-apocalyptic world of “Mad Max” to life with a vigorous composition... Read more »

Dance department gets ready for final show

By Trent Ledford

May 6, 2015

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As the semester comes to a close, the dance department prepares themselves for one final performance.The "Lo Tech, No Tech I & II" is a performance for all dance students to show friends, family, and other audience... Read more »

Tyler, the Creator offers new style in ‘Cherry Bomb’

By Grant Hermanns

May 6, 2015

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It's been two years since rapper, Tyler, the Creator, dropped his last album, 'Wolf.' In that time, he shows he has been able to develop a different style for his latest release,... Read more »