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The crew of the Revenge watching as Roach the Cook scales the mast of the ship. Photo by Aaron Epstien.

“Our Flag Means Death” Review

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor May 10, 2022

“Our Flag Means Death” is the newest addition to Taika Watiti’s collection of shows he has directed and starred in. The latest episode was released on March 24, and it was an immediate booming success....

Escape the heat and get in the summer groove with these four fan favorites! Photo by Harkins Theater.

Four Movies to Get You in the Summer Groove

Ashleigh Martin, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

School is almost out, which means no more massive workloads, no insanely early curfews, and no more staying up late finishing projects or studying for tests. There are plenty of activities you can do over...

Greavy shows you the new turret he designed.
Photo by PC Gamer.

“Aperture Desk Job,” Is It Worth It?

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor March 17, 2022

“Aperture Desk Job” was released for the Steam Tech-Deck and PC on March 1. The game is a playable short-set in the same universe as its preceding “Portal” games. But do not get it twisted as ‘Portal...

The completed epilogue set with all 14 endings.
Source: Not For Broadcast

“Not For Broadcast” Full Game Release

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor February 1, 2022

After less than a year, it is finally time for “Not For Broadcast’s” big release. "TinyBuild Games" released “Not For Broadcast 1.0” on Jan. 25, just five days short of the second anniversary...

Jim Hawkins sitting on the bowsprit of the RLS Legacy. Photo Source: Treasure Planet

After 19 Years, “Treasure Planet” is Still Great!

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor November 15, 2021

On Nov. 27, 2002, the movie “Treasure Planet” was released under the Walt Disney name. Directed by Ron Clements and John Musker, it was one of the more underrated animated Disney movies in comparison...

Horror movie aficionados Ice Nine Kills return with a sequel to their last album, “The Silver Scream.” “Welcome to Horrorwood” follows a fictional homicide case. Album art by Ice Nine Kills (artist unknown).

A Killer New Album: Ice Nine Kills “Welcome to Horrorwood”

Cynda Allen, Editor-in-Chief October 27, 2021

“Sit back for the sequel of your dreams,” as Ice Nine Kills frontman, Spencer Charnas, puts it. Prepare for a bigger, bolder and bloodier musical project.   On Oct. 15, the Massachusetts-based...

The aftermath of Keaton’s most iconic stunt involving the frame of a house falling as he stays safe by standing in the path of an open window. Photo by: Charles Reisner.

Buster Keaton; “The Great Stone Face”

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor October 25, 2021

In honor of his one hundred twenty-sixth birthday, Buster Keaton deserves some recognition. In the world of movies and television, we have people who have made timeless impacts. We have directors like...

10 of the best Halloween movies to watch in October (a.k.a. the Spooky Season). Photo created by: Emmelyn Harrison.

10 of the Best Halloween Movies That Will Get You in the Spooky Season Spirit

Emmelyn Harrison, Staff Writer October 25, 2021

Have you ever found yourself in the mood for a Halloween movie but do not know what to watch? This article contains 10 of the best Halloween movies that will get you in the spirit for the spooky season....

Ed Asner answered questions at the Banff World Media Festival. Photo by the Canadian Press.

Ed Asner Dies at 91

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor September 7, 2021

On Sunday, Aug. 29, Ed Asner, the voice of Carl Fredrickson from the 2009 film “Up”, died of natural causes in his home in Tarzana at the age of 91. His family via Twitter posted the news saying, “We...

The episode two loading screen. We see Alex being moved by an anonymous puppeteer as he edits the news. Source: Not For Broadcast

“Not For Broadcast” Game Review: The Calm Before the Storm

Kai Shabman, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

“Not for Broadcast” was first released in January of 2020, however, the third part or ‘episode’ of the game was released almost a year later with more to come. They update the episodes periodically...

Source: Tarsier Studios.
The cover photo with Mono and Six surrounded by various creatures and puzzles in the game. You can even see The Teacher in the background.

“Little Nightmares Two” Game Review

Kai Shabman, Staff Writer February 14, 2021

“Little Nightmares Two” came out on Feb. 10, 2021, almost four years after the first game, “Little Nightmares,” which was released in April of 2017. The second game had a lot to live up to after...

“Among Us” is a popular mobile game where four to ten players work together to try to figure out who the imposters are. Photo by: Innersloth.

How (NOT) to Play Among Us

Imogene Ragan, Staff Writer January 18, 2021

The popular mobile game “Among Us” took off in the Spring of 2020 with more than 85 million downloads. “Among Us” can also be downloaded on “Steam” for a small price. “Among Us” is a game...

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