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Getting skeptical about wellness

Getting skeptical about wellness

Maura Linehan

October 13, 2017

Jaclyn Glenn is a popular YouTuber whose over 500,000 followers know her for her outspoken views on atheism. She has now moved beyond her regular video posts with an original miniseries, “The Skeptic’s Guide To Wellness,” now running on the Fullscreen platform. As a longtime skeptic about beliefs...

Riverdale returns with another mystery

Riverdale returns with another mystery

Sydney Nelson

October 10, 2017

The season two premiere of the hit show "Riverdale" is just around the corner. Based on the "Archie Comics" characters, the television adaptation darkened the original storyline to create an entrancing teen drama and murder mystery in one. For those of you who have yet to see the first season, there...

Greasepaint and gore: Clowns in cinema

Greasepaint and gore: Clowns in cinema

Sean Koepfinger

October 2, 2017

From this year's Pennywise to last year's frightening sightings, it's obvious that clowns are in. But if you've already seen "It" and are still looking for more clown-filled fun, there are plenty of other great options to meet your coulrophobic needs. Now that it's officially October, there's no better...

Kingsman: The golden sequel

Kingsman: The golden sequel

Sean Koepfinger

September 25, 2017

Comedy sequels are rarely as good as the original, and far fewer can tell an original story. But, "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" does a fantastic job of following in the footsteps of its predecessor. With all the same spy-movie hijinx, over-the-top characters and stylized action, "The Golden Circle"...

Little Evil: Big success

Little Evil: Big success

Sean Koepfinger

September 22, 2017

For those in the haunt life, it is officially Halloween season. The haunted houses are open and horror movies are starting to trickle in. But, theaters aren't the only platform showing new fright fests. A few weeks ago, Netflix premiered their new original film, "Little Evil." A lampoon of the cursed...

To the victors go the statues: 2017 Emmys recap

To the victors go the statues: 2017 Emmys recap

Amanda Ebner

September 18, 2017

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards were hosted on Sept. 17 by Stephen Colbert. In between jokes about politics and the entertainment industry, 27 awards were given out for acting, directing, writing or overall best show in each genre. The winners are listed below in their order of announcement. Outstanding Support...

Predicting the unpredictable: Emmys 2017

Predicting the unpredictable: Emmys 2017

Amanda Ebner

September 16, 2017

In just a few short hours, television stars and television viewers alike will be paying attention to the greatest awards of the small screen: the Emmys. There are a total of 25 categories for the awards to be doled out in, and this year boasts a high-level of unpredictability because award-hogging ti...

It: First scream of the season

It: First scream of the season

Sean Koepfinger

September 9, 2017

The monster awakens every 27 years, and 27 years after the release of the 1990s miniseries "It," Pennywise the Dancing Clown returns to screens to terrorize another generation of youngsters. The 2017 remake of "It" is brilliant and horrifying. Over the years, Stephen King's terrifying novels have...

Marvel’s The Defenders: Rough launch for Netflix’s newest crusaders

Marvel’s The Defenders: Rough launch for Netflix’s newest crusaders

Garret Roberts, Contributor

August 25, 2017

Marvel has received fan acclaim for their Netflix productions in equal magnitude to their theatrical releases, which started with “Daredevil” in 2015. Not surprisingly, it was only a matter of time before the Netflix heroes had their own big crossover series to rival “The Avengers.” In “Marvel’s...

TWD: All out war

TWD: All out war

Sean Koepfinger

April 3, 2017

"The Walking Dead" has consistently been one of the highest rated shows since it premiered in 2010. But since season six, the show has shown a rather steady decline in viewership with the recent seventh season hitting record lows. A lot of this can be attributed to slow, meandering plot lines and lo...