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Will Fuller House equal fuller audience?

Will Fuller House equal fuller audience?

Morgan Torcia, A&E Contributor

August 24, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & TV, Top Stories, TV

 If there’s one thing that ever brings a family together, it’s sharing a common bond. One family bond throughout the eighties and nineties was sitting together to watch another family tackle issues and life situations evident in the real world. That show was called Full House. The show spiked the...

iZombie: Warm Bodies meets Psych

iZombie: Warm Bodies meets Psych

Sean Koepfinger

March 17, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & TV, Top Stories, TV

The CW is currently dominating tv adaptations of comic books with titles like Arrow and The Flash. The newest addition to their lineup strays from the superhero stories and gives us something with a little more horrorshow flare. iZombie tells the story of Liv Moore, a former medical student infecte...

What to expect from the SNL reunion special

What to expect from the SNL reunion special

Matt Merlino, Graphic Designer

February 15, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & TV, Top Stories, TV

October 11, 1975. NBC’s Saturday Night, a live sketch comedy show produced by the legendary Lorne Michaels, debuted on televisions across the United States, sparking what would become the starting point for many great comedic careers throughout history.  Tonight Saturday Night Live will celebr...

Why AHS Freakshow was awful

Why AHS Freakshow was awful

Sean Koepfinger, Assistant A&E Editor

January 26, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & TV, TV, Uncategorized

 American Horror Story: Freakshow was building up to be the best season yet.  Unfortunately, it was the worst.  Now before anyone gets upset, allow me to explain.  Freakshow as a standalone tv series was pretty good, but as a horror anthology it just didn’t live up to the standard.  If you have...

Fear the Hunters

Fear the Hunters

Sean Koepfinger, Lifestyles Contributor

October 29, 2014


Filed under Movies & TV, TV

The Walking Dead has historically suffered from stale episodes between the premier, mid-season, and finale.  Thankfully, season five has yet to give us an uneventful episode. Last week's episode served mainly to build up for the third.  It introduced Father Gabriel - a character who comic fans h...

The butcher or the cattle?

The butcher or the cattle?

Kristen Kudla, Lifestyles Contributor

October 14, 2014


Filed under Movies & TV, TV

Last night’s episode of the Walking Dead was all that I could have hoped for and more. Going into the season five opener, we knew that this season the group was going to head down a very dark road. Fire fights, walkers, and cannibals, yes cannibals, were all things that die-hard fans were looking forward...

Freak Show: The Circus is in Town

Freak Show: The Circus is in Town

Sean Koepfinger, Lifestyles Reporter

October 13, 2014


Filed under Movies & TV, TV

­­­ The latest installment in the “American Horror Story” anthology, “Freak Show,” made its premiere this Wednesday, and it sure was freaky. Right off the bat we’re introduced to long time AHS star Sarah Paulson’s new character, or characters rather. Paulson plays two-headed conjoined...

The Strain season finale leaves us thirsty for more

The Strain season finale leaves us thirsty for more

Sean Koepfinger, Lifestyles Reporter

October 13, 2014


Filed under Movies & TV, TV

We’ve tasted blood, and we want more. FX’s “The Strain” has shown us monsters, murder, and mayhem and the season finale gave us even more. Here’s a quick glance at the season, the finale, and what lies in store. Warning: Spoilers ahead. First and foremost, this season has proven it can...

Guillermo Del Toro’s “The Strain” re-invents vampires

Guillermo Del Toro’s “The Strain” re-invents vampires

Sean Koepfinger, Staff Reporter

September 16, 2014


Filed under Movies & TV, TV

While vampires have been a movie and TV staple for a long time, the age of supernatural teen dramas may be coming to an end. FX’s new vampire thriller, “The Strain,” is reviving the undead creature’s horror roots in a series that can only be described as contagious. Created by film legend...

The Leftovers: “Cairo” Reviewed

The Leftovers: “Cairo” Reviewed

Cameron Dunn, Staff Reporter

August 22, 2014


Filed under Movies & TV, Top Stories, TV

It seems that the reason people are afraid to watch The Leftovers is the fact that it comes from LOST co-creator, Damon Lindelof. They figure no questions will be answered and no mysteries will be solved. Although the ultimate mystery of why people disappeared is unlikely to be solved, there were a lot ...