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“The Turning” Took It’s Own Turn With A Horrible Ending

“The Turning” Took It’s Own Turn With A Horrible Ending

EMILY MAGGARD, STAFF WRITER

April 3, 2020

Horror novella writer, Henry James, wrote 20 terrifying novels in his life. Most notably  “The Turn of the Screw” in 1898. It was a horrifying story filled with ghosts and undead people torturing a teacher. More than a century later, “The Turning” was released. Directed by Floria Sigismondi, ...

Speeding Into The Theatre: “Sonic the Hedgehog”

Speeding Into The Theatre: “Sonic the Hedgehog”

ALEC DIAZ, STAFF WRITER

April 1, 2020

   “Sonic the Hedgehog” came to theaters in the U.S. on February 14, and so far the movie has earned over $295 million. The movie had a good balance of funny and serious moments, and I highly recommend watching it if you want to have a good chuckle.        Sonic the Hedgehog, created in 1991, by...

The Battlefront Strikes Back

The Battlefront Strikes Back

EVAN HUANG, STAFF WRITER

March 29, 2020

     The dead speak! Nearly three years ago, Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment (DICE)  announced its next big release, “Star Wars Battlefront 2”. The game was promised to be the experience all fans of the Star Wars saga would enjoy. It included dogfights in space, large scale reenactme...

“Love is Blind,” My New Guilty Pleasure

“Love is Blind,” My New Guilty Pleasure

MARCOS MEMBRENO, STAFF WRITER

March 24, 2020

As the old saying goes, “love is blind,” and some couple’s swear to this. However, this show takes that phrase and turns it into reality. “Love is Blind” is one of many new reality shows that Netflix has released this year. It is a “finding your true love” type show, but there is a catch...

Justin Beiber’s “Changes”: An Album of Mixed Emotions

Justin Beiber’s “Changes”: An Album of Mixed Emotions

AMY-RUTH GYANG, STAFF WRITER

March 24, 2020

Justin Beiber’s “Changes”: An Album of Mixed Emotions “Changes,” Justin Beiber’s first pop album in four years, is definitely a big change from previous albums. When Beiber released his debut album “My World 2.0,” in 2010, he was a shy 16-year-old with a large Belieber fan base, but...

Before Watching “The Call of the Wild,” Paws and Read this Review

Before Watching “The Call of the Wild,” Paws and Read this Review

BOAZ KIM, STAFF WRITER

March 12, 2020

   Like most movies starring a dog, “The Call of the Wild,” was sad and cheesy. I would say this made the movie ruff to watch. Directed by Chris Sanders, it is a story set in the 1890s Klondike Gold Rush about a Saint Bernard named Buck and his best friend John Thornton as Harrison Ford, who t...

Forensic Files II: New Narrators and Controversy

Forensic Files II: New Narrators and Controversy

JULIAN SEALY, STAFF WRITER

March 12, 2020

If you have been eagerly waiting for new episodes and you are a fan of Forensic Files, then you’ll love Forensic Files II. Forensic Files has always been a staple in crime shows, dating back to the 1990s when it was originally made, but now there are new episodes with all-new stories and more nail-b...

From “Parasite” to “1917”: The 2019 Best Picture Nominees Ranked

From “Parasite” to “1917”: The 2019 Best Picture Nominees Ranked

JACK VERVERIS, STAFF WRITER

March 12, 2020

   Even with best-of lists long past and a year full of exciting movies coming up in 2020, it’s important to consider just how good 2019 was for film. From the blockbuster spectaculars of “Avengers: Endgame” and “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” to the seemingly out-of-nowhere successes of ...

To All the Boys: P.S. Read This First

To All the Boys: P.S. Read This First

SARAH ZEHNDER, STAFF WRITER

March 12, 2020

   The much-anticipated sequel to “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” finally came out on Netflix: “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.”    The film was released on Netflix on February 12 and was directed by Michael Fimognari. Adapted from the novel written by Jenny Han, “To All the ...

Nature Documentary Captures Earth’s Wildlife in a New Light

Nature Documentary Captures Earth’s Wildlife in a New Light

BENJAMIN MCNEILL, STAFF WRITER

March 12, 2020

   Nature is boring. The idea of making a show about nature is even worse. Let’s face it: few would watch a nature documentary. Even at midday, watching a nature documentary will usually result in heavy sleep. But wait. Hear me out: there is a nature documentary that does the exact opposite, and wh...

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