Avengers: Age of Ultron: Superheroes succumb to sequel slump

Avengers: Age of Ultron: Superheroes succumb to sequel slump

Eddie Sheehy
April 30, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

One of the most highly anticipated films of the year is about to hit theatres, and comic book fans everywhere are counting down the seconds to when they can see their favorite team of heroes return. Avengers: Age of Ultron opens everywhere Friday, with the re-teaming of Iron Man, Captain America, Thor,... Read more »

What’s the deal with Spider-Man?

What’s the deal with Spider-Man?

Sean Koepfinger
February 24, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

Marvel & Sony: What’s the deal with Spidey? If you haven’t heard by now, the rumors were true. Sony has struck a deal with Marvel that will allow Spider-Man to appear in future Marvel Cinematic Universe films. As an avid comic-book reader and huge Spider-Man fan, I have mixed feelings. Let’s... Read more »

Chilling Movies for Chilly Days

Chilling Movies for Chilly Days

Sean Koepfinger, Assistant A&E Editor
February 18, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

Winter is the worst. It's cold, unforgiving and depressing. But that makes the perfect setting for a horror movie. While we hopefully only have a few more weeks of winter, you can spend the remainder of it curled up inside watching some of these winter-themed horror flicks. Cold Prey (2006) Cold... Read more »

Eddie’s Oscar Picks 2015

Eddie’s Oscar Picks 2015

Eddie Sheehy, A&E Editor
February 16, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

We are less than a week away from the 2015 Oscars. We know the host. We know the nominees. We know the presenters. The only thing we don’t know is who will be leaving Sunday night as winners, and who as losers. That’s where I come in. I’ve locked myself in solidarity, spending hours of my life... Read more »

50 Shades of Grey: 50 Shades of . . . oh, no

50 Shades of Grey: 50 Shades of . . . oh, no

Eddie Sheehy, A&E Editor
February 12, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, 50 Shades of Grey starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan is perhaps the hottest movie to enter theaters in months- both figuratively and literally. Not only did the movie break records for the largest number of pre-sale tickets ever sold and the record for largest... Read more »

Guardians of the Galaxy: The Interstellar Comedy of the Summer

Guardians of the Galaxy: The Interstellar Comedy of the Summer

Tresa Rentler, Staff Reporter
August 23, 2014
Filed under Movies, Top Stories

With the buzz of Days of Future Past  and Captain America: The Winter Soldier dying down, Guardians of the Galaxy has become the next great hit in Marvel’s rapidly released line of films. Raking in a staggering $93.4 million its opening weekend, Guardians has become one... Read more »

UPDATE First “Godzilla” trailer released: The brilliance in marketing

UPDATE First “Godzilla” trailer released: The brilliance in marketing

Eddie Sheehy , Lifestyles Editor
February 27, 2014
Filed under Movies

It appears I spoke too soon. Just yesterday I had put up an article about how great the marketing for Godzilla was going. I talked about how waiting to release the complete image of the mighty monster was the smartest decision a marketing team had made in years. Way to prove me wrong, Godzilla marketing... Read more »

First “Godzilla” trailer released: The brilliance in marketing

First “Godzilla” trailer released: The brilliance in marketing

Eddie Sheehy , Lifestyles Editor
February 26, 2014
Filed under Movies

Yesterday, February 25th, the first official full-length trailer for the movie "Godzilla" was released, and the reaction to it has been nothing short of monstrous. People everywhere, including myself, are freaking out in excitement over the latest glimpse of the great tyrant, but why is the... Read more »

The Lego Movie: Everything IS awesome

The Lego Movie: Everything IS awesome

Eddie Sheehy, Lifestyles Editor
February 3, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Lifestyles, Movies, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

Who didn’t love playing with Legos as a kid? It’s pretty much a right of passage for any elementary school-aged child to pick up the iconic bricks and build whatever they please. It’s an outlet for creativity, imagination, and awesomeness, but how do you capture all of those things in a movie?... Read more »

American Hustle: Quirky and Uninspired?

American Hustle: Quirky and Uninspired?

Eddie Sheehy, Lifestyles Columnist
January 5, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Movies, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

The words “Some of this actually happened” are the very first thing you will see upon watching “American Hustle”. If you think about it, it’s a brilliant way to open a fictional biopic: it’s quirky, it’s dry and it’s very upfront. In many ways, “Some of this actually happened”, sums... Read more »