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RMU alumni crowdfunding horror film

RMU alumni crowdfunding horror film

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor

December 29, 2018

Darin DiNapoli and Amanda Williams, both a part of the graduating class of 2006, have started a crowdfunding campaign to make their short film, “The Elf in the Room,” a reality.

Review: Aquaman

Review: Aquaman

David Auth, Contributor

December 26, 2018

After brief appearances in both 2016’s "Batman vs Superman," and 2017’s "Justice League," Aquaman finally received his first full length feature film on December 21st. After keeping fans waiting for years, the movie only delivered half of what it promised. Despite winning its opening weekend in the...

RMU Sentry Media Editors share their Christmas picks

RMU Sentry Media Editors share their Christmas picks

Logan Carney, Sports Manager

December 25, 2018

RMU Sentry Media's section managers share what their favorite Christmas traditions, movies, music and foods are to celebrate the season.

Review: Spider-Man – Into the Spider-Verse

Review: Spider-Man – Into the Spider-Verse

David Auth, Contributor

December 19, 2018

Sony Animation’s "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" came to theaters this past Friday--wowing casual and hardcore fans alike. While some think that the character of Spider-Man is becoming stale, "Into the Spider-Verse" finds more ways than one to reinvent the hero and keep the story fresh. Th...

Delta Phi Epsilon hosts Deepher Dude 2018

Delta Phi Epsilon hosts Deepher Dude 2018

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor

December 10, 2018

Read all about this year's Deepher Dude event hosted by Delta Phi Epsilon!

Sewickley Light Up Night brings the holidays to the village

Sewickley Light Up Night brings the holidays to the village

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor

December 1, 2018

SEWICKLEY - With sleigh bells ringing and Christmas growing near, the town of Sewickley prepared for the Christmas season with their annual Light Up Night on November 30. Offering live music, dance performances, ice carving and more, the village came to life last night with visitors from across the Pi...

Tull Family Theater hosts screenings for kids with special needs

Tull Family Theater hosts screenings for kids with special needs

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor

November 28, 2018

SEWICKLEY - For the majority of Americans, a trip to the movies can be fairly mundane. Having been to the theater countless times, the experience is usually only as memorable as the quality of the film or the taste of the popcorn. For the group who visited the Tull Family Theater on Nov. 17; however, this t...

The Reel S2 E4: Fantastic Beast and Cannibalism

The Reel S2 E4: Fantastic Beast and Cannibalism

David Auth, Chris Micksy, and Jared Delauter

November 26, 2018

In this week's episode of "The Reel," the hosts discuss "Charlie Brown's Thanksgiving" and the disturbing reality of Woodstock's cannibalism. The hosts also talk about their thoughts on the new Fantastic Beasts movie, and movies they are ashamed they haven't seen. ...

Review: Ralph Breaks the Internet

Review: Ralph Breaks the Internet

Amanda Ebner, Contributor

November 22, 2018

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Disney has released another film for families to enjoy. This time, the November release is none other than "Ralph Breaks the Internet," a sequel to 2012’s "Wreck it Ralph." The new film follows Ralph, the good-natured “bad guy” of a retro arcade game, and his be...

Review: Fantastic Beasts – The Crimes of Grindelwald

Review: Fantastic Beasts – The Crimes of Grindelwald

David Auth

November 20, 2018

"Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald" was released on Nov. 16 and isn't doing too well in the box office. The film is the second of five in this series, a direct sequel to 2016’s "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them." While it is refreshing and nostalgic to be able to return to the world...