Alice Through The Looking Glass: Nothing to see

Alice Through The Looking Glass: Nothing to see

Eddie Sheehy, Editor In Chief
May 26, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

 Back in March of 2010, Tim Burton released his live-action telling of the classic story of Alice In Wonderland. A moderate success with critics and a box-office smash, the movie raked in over one billion dollars during its release and started the now all too familiar trend of Disney turning their a... Read more »

Captain America: Civil War – The year heroes couldn’t get along

Captain America: Civil War – The year heroes couldn’t get along

Eddie Sheehy, Editor In Chief
May 5, 2016
Filed under Movies, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

 The summer movie season is quickly approaching, and while it may not technically start until June, Marvel has made it a trend over the past few years to spoil us by releasing their big “summer” movie in early May. This year of course was no different with Captain America: Civil War coming to theatres, ... Read more »

Deadpool: Justice for the Merc with a mouth

Deadpool: Justice for the Merc with a mouth

Sean Koepfinger, A&E Editor
February 18, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

Last week Deadpool hit theaters and boy did it hit hard, shattering box office records for R-rated movies, X-Men movies, and February releases. But Deadpool didn't just achieve this from its killer marketing campaign. Let's breakdown just what made Deadpool so amazing. (Possible Spoilers Ahead) First a... Read more »

5 Films to Take Your Date To

5 Films to Take Your Date To

Sean Koepfinger
February 12, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

It's almost Valentine's Day, and nothing says "I love you" like the classic date: dinner and a movie. We already covered some fresh food joints to take your special someone to this weekend, but now let's get to the good stuff! Whether you end up watching them or not, here are five films to take yo... Read more »

The Revenant, A Cinematic Masterpiece

The Revenant, A Cinematic Masterpiece

Trevor Young
January 26, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

As I walked into my local theatre to see Alajandro Iñárritu's “The Revenant” I realized that my hope for this film was extraordinarily high, so high that I began to worry the film couldn’t possibly deliver. After all, Iñárritu’s last film, “Birdman”, ha... Read more »

Turbo Kid: An instant cult classic

Turbo Kid: An instant cult classic

Sean Koepfinger
September 4, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

Its not often I see indie films during their initial release but I recently had the pleasure of seeing Turbo Kid, and it was absolutely amazing.Turbo Kid, in a nutshell, is basically a gigantic nod to the 80s and cult films from that decade. Most notably is the similarities to Mad Max. Turbo Kid tel... Read more »

No Escape: Intensely average

No Escape: Intensely average

Aj Cherup
August 25, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

If I were asked to describe the movie No Escape in a single word, I would have to say what was going through my mind the entire film: Intense. Despite the slow and somewhat comedic start, this movie is not what I expected to see when I first saw the trailer. I thought it would be like many other act... Read more »

The best and worst of summer 2015

The best and worst of summer 2015

Eddie Sheehy, Arts & Entertainment Editor
August 13, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

The summer movie season doesn't officially end until Labor Day, but I don't see much on the movie horizon until then, so I decided to jump the gun and prematurely release a list of the best and worst summer blockbusters. I would have to say this year’s crop of blockbuster films proved more enjoy... Read more »

Fantastic Four: A fantastic flub

Fantastic Four: A fantastic flub

Eddie Sheehy, Arts & Entertainment Editor
August 6, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

After a fairly successful year with Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, Marvel Entertainment finally did it. They finally made a bad movie. The not-so highly anticipated Fantastic Four opens up in theatres this weekend, with a select group of comic book fans hopeful that justice will finally be br... Read more »

Vacation: A reasonable enough getaway

Vacation: A reasonable enough getaway

Eddie Sheehy, Arts & Entertainment Editor
July 28, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

The original Vacation is a classic. The new Vacation is definitely not a classic, but it’s actually not bad either. Believe me; I’m as surprised as you are. Staring Ed Helms as grown up Rusty Griswold and Christina Applegate as his wife, Debbie, the new Vacation aims to recreate the family fun... Read more »