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Revisiting John Carpenter’s Halloween

Written by Greg Wright.  Media by Paul Anderson. “There is no terror in the bang, only the anticipation of it.” -Alfred Hitchcock John Carpenter’s Halloween has continued to scare and excite viewers for over thirty years now. Halloween is a movie that is often analyzed and has been on the top ten lists of scariest and best films of the twentieth century. Halloween was produced with no big name studio (Unive ...

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Movie Review: The Salvation

Article and Media by Tyler Lamb. Recently I, along with three classes, attended the Chicago International Film Festival. We were treated with multiple film viewings of movies coming from across the world. Here is my review of one such movie, The Salvation. The Salvation is a movie from Denmark that celebrates western films of old. The film stars Mads Mikkelsen(Casino Royale, King Arthur, The Hunt), Eva Gree ...

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Dracula Untold Review

Written by George Wright, Media by Jack Wang If you are tired of Twilight and its rip offs, then this movie is for you. Dracula Untold combines historical fiction and the Dracula lore that we all love. Plot Dracula Untold opens up with a narration that tells the audience of the Turkish wars and how the young Prince Vlad Dracu was a slave to the Turkish sultan. The Turkish army took young boys to be slaves f ...

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Stigmata

Article by Greg Wright. Media by: Charley Phillips. If you liked The Exorcist, you will love Stigmata.  Director Rupert Wainwright’s Stigmata tells the story of a possessed woman and the priest that tries to help her and in turn uncovers long hidden church secrets. Patricia Arquette as Frankie Paige Gabriel Byrne as Father Andrew Kiernan Jonathan Pryce as Cardinal Daniel Houseman Nia Long as Donna Chadway ...

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Logan’s List: Media Meal #3

Written by Logan Welliver.  Media by Paul Anderson. Why do you keep coming back to this? That is if you've read the other ones. Is it because I have fantastic musical taste? I have something new to say? I'm a fascinating individual to begin with, so why wouldn't my writing be entertaining as well? Well you’re in luck because I have more suggestions and opinions for you right this moment. Let’s dive in. Albu ...

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Fright Fest: Movies to Watch in October

<br> Written by: Andrea Martin. Media by: Charley Phillips. For horror movie fans, October is the greatest time to invest some time in films that look to heighten our sense of fear. Many wonder why some even bother to watch a movie that is just out to scare them, but the feeling of anticipation is what some people feed off of. As a fan of scary movies, I’ve created a basic list of classic horror movie ...

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Fleetwood Mac New Tour

  Article by: Andrea Martin. Media by: Charley Phillips For the first time in 16 years, people will finally be able to see Fleetwood Mac fully in their prime. With the rejoining of Christine McVie, the band will be embarking on a new U.S. tour that will feature hits from their timeless albums such as, Rumours, Fleetwood Mac, and many more. Fleetwood Mac originally toured in 2013 even though McVie was h ...

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The End of Naruto

Written by Levi Jubelt.  Media by Paul Anderson. The Final Adventure of Naruto Long time running manga Naruto was recently given an end date to the series. Creator Masashi Kishimoto recently announced that the final entry in the series will be released in the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine that will be available in Japan on November 10 of this year. Kishimoto said in 2012 that the series was riding towards its ...

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The Omen Review

Written by Greg Wright. Media by Paul Anderson. All children are not born innocent; some are destined to be bad. 1976’s The Omen tells the story of the Thorn family whose only son turns out to be the Antichrist. Richard Donner, the director of Superman, The Goonies, and the Lethal Weapon franchise, directed The Omen in 1976; it was his theatrical film debut. The Omen opened to critical acclaim and fan prais ...

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“Gone with the Wind” Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Written by Andrea Martin. Media by Paul Anderson As Scarlett O’Hara might say: Fiddledeedee. On December 15, the first initial release of “Gone with the Wind,” will mark the 75th anniversary of the epic film, which stars Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Leslie Howard, and Olivia de Havilland (fun fact: de Havilland is still alive today at the graceful age of 98). Based off of the book written by Margaret Mitchell ...

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