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The Walking Dead moves into its 6th Season

The Walking Dead moves into its 6th Season

Kaitlyn Wylie, Staff Reporter
February 13, 2015
Filed under Opinions, Reviews

It keeps us on our the edge of our seat, gripping the remote, and occasionally makes us gasp in either surprise or disgust it's The Walking Dead. The show, based on the comic by Kirkman, follows a group of survivors in a zombie apocalypse that are constantly on the move trying to find hope in a world...

The DUFF proves to be quirky, funny despite cliche love story

The DUFF proves to be quirky, funny despite cliche love story

Delaney Eyermann, Webmaster
February 5, 2015
Filed under Opinions, Opinions, Reviews

The Des Peres Wehrenberg theater was kind enough to allow me to see a free advanced screening of the movie The DUFF. I had seen the previews for the movie and was excited to see it. When I got to the theater I was very anxious to see if the movie would reach my expectations, and as it began I imme...

Out and About: Thai Bistro

Alaina Strollo, Assistant Webmaster and Social Media Editor
December 18, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Out and About, Reviews

The Thai Bistro in the Wildwood Town Center is a perfect installment to solve relentless foreign food cravings. Thai food is traditionally rooted from the many flavors of food--spicy, sweet, sour and more. Thai food is anything for curry to fresh veggies and sticky rice. The options for Thai food...

Walk the Moon’s new album is one to please

Walk the Moon’s new album is one to please

Alaina Strollo, Asst. Webmaster
December 12, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Opinions, Reviews

With twelve new and distinct tracks, Talking is Hard is just another addition to the spectacular band's successes as an indie pop and rock group. Walk the Moon traditionally has an 80's dance music feel and Talking is Hard furthers that vibe. The album has variety--the tracks range from slow and sof...

Far Cry 4 doesn’t mess with what isn’t broken

Far Cry 4 doesn’t mess with what isn’t broken

Garrett McBay, Reporter
December 12, 2014
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Almost two years ago I reviewed Far Cry 3 and overall thought that it was a fun to play game. Ubisoft's sequel, Far Cry 4, returns with everything that made its predecessor fun while adding new parts to make it even better. The game follows the story of Ajay, an American man who, upon the final wish...

The Theory of Everything proves worth seeing despite longevity of film

The Theory of Everything proves worth seeing despite longevity of film

Madison Kesselring, Reporter
December 9, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Reviews

The Theory of Everything features the story of Stephen Hawking played by Eddie Redmayne and the woman who stood by his side throughout his journey, Jane Wilde, played by Felicity Jones. The script is based off of Wilde’s memoir Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen Hawking. The movie ended ...

Interstellar is out of this world

Interstellar is out of this world

Grant Norfleet
December 3, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Reviews

Christopher Nolan has returned to the silver screen after the 2012 hit, The Dark Knight Rises, with a new thought-provoking blockbuster, Interstellar. Nolan takes an ambitious leap with this film, making the transition from the streets of Gotham City to wormholes, black holes and other dimensions....

Scandal’s newest season almost halfway over

Scandal’s newest season almost halfway over

Jack Rogan, Managing Editor
November 19, 2014
Filed under Reviews

It's handled. Kind of. Scandal's fourth season, which aired on Sept. 25, will begin a break following the winter finale on Thursday, Nov. 20. Scandal is a political thriller that centers on Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), a former White House Communications Director who starts "Olivia Pope and ...

Sonic Highways: putting a twist on a 20-year-old formula

Sonic Highways: putting a twist on a 20-year-old formula

Garrett McBay, reporter
November 18, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Opinions, Reviews

It's been 20 years since Dave Grohl crawled into a Seattle basement and came back up a few weeks later with a demo tape labeled Foo Fighters. Now, after a few Grammy awards and world tours, the Foo Fighters have released their eighth studio album, Sonic Highways, to commemorate their anniversary. The ...

Big Hero 6 movie is a must-see, another amazing Disney production

Big Hero 6 movie is a must-see, another amazing Disney production

Bryan Woode, Reporter
November 13, 2014
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Big Hero 6, an animated movie directed by Don Hill and Chris Williams is an exciting film that follows the adventures of Baymax, Hiro and his "hero" friends. This is a Walt Disney film, which also produced "Wreck-It Ralph" and "Frozen." The film takes place in a city called San Fransokyo: a fictional...

“Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor” proves fun despite bland story-line

“Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor” proves fun despite bland story-line

Garrett McBay, Reporter
November 3, 2014
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Since I'm not the biggest Tolkien fan, I didn't pay attention to the release of "Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor," an action game taking place in the "Lord of the Rings" universe. However, this new release genuinely surprised me and became one of my favorite new games. Set in between the events of...

American Horror Story: Freak Show offers more entertaining episodes despite complex plot line

American Horror Story: Freak Show offers more entertaining episodes despite complex plot line

Jennifer Butler, Opinions Editor
October 29, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Opinions, Reviews, Top Stories

It's back. The horror television series returns for its fourth season. American Horror Story: Freak Show (AHS), is inspired by circus-life and those who inhabit the circus: freaks. This season features conjoined twins Bette and Dot (Sarah Paulson) who, after killing their mother and one tryi...