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Forever Warped

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Joey Clinton. I remember attending 2016’s Warped Tour at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater. My friend, Kendra Delisle, and I arrived early with our canned goods for Feed Our Children NOW! Because of our donation, we entered a “skip the line” line. As we waited we interacted with other festival attendees and smaller bands advertising their stage and time slot. Eventually, ...

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“Annihilation” Movie Review

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Hengyi Chi. When an alien life form crashes into a lighthouse, it begins emitting a slowly-growing forcefield that mutates the DNA of any lifeform within it. Wishing to learn more about the situation, a secret government organization sends military forces into the area, dubbed the "Shimmer," only to see no returners. When one man sent in mysteriously returns to his wife, the ...

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Overlooking the Oscars

Written by Matt Gemmer. Media by Hengyi Chi. Warmer weather is in the air, which means that The Academy Awards are here. Oscar season reminds us of the movies that came out last year, but that was so last year. What about this year? With warm weather comes Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters, and here are arguably the eight biggest movies set to release between now and June: “A Wrinkle in Time” Set to release ...

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Bald Perspective Episode 5: Prince vs MJ

Written by Dylan Deppe. Produced by Matthew Stoddard. This week on “The Bald Perspective,” Matt and Deppe were finally joined by both super friends Ben Casey and Deryk Rumbold. Deppe began the lively conversation by talking about how pumped he was to see the new movie “Annihilation,” especially the “putting the plants in the people” parts. Following breaking news, the bald gang reacted to “Avengers: Infinit ...

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Shut Up and Dance: Walk the Moon Comes to St. Louis

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Joey Clinton. “It really felt like we were walking on the moon, mainly because the crowd hugged you like a space suit and all the oxygen was sucked out of the air.” -Sam Barnhart, student and GSGA member Walk the Moon brought their "Press Restart" tour to St. Louis on February 22. This tour is in support of the band’s third studio album, "What If Nothing." Released in Nov ...

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The Bald Perspective Ep. 4: Technical Difficulties

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Matt Stoddard. We had a lot of technical difficulties this week. Matt and Deppe were joined by Ben Casey and Deryk Rumbold to talk about the “Death Wish” remake from Eli Roth starring Bruce Willis, a Brock Hampton show Deryk saw, the Grammys, Oscars, and Razzies, "Home Alone," and "Mad Max." But we had to dump that file because of a mysterious noise creeping into the file. S ...

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Black Panther Breaks More Than Box Office Records

Written by Matt Gemmer. Media by Hengyi Chi. To say that “Black Panther” did well at the box office in its debut weekend would be an understatement. To take that understatement a step further and state that “Black Panther” crushed the box office wouldn’t be surprising either, and yet that’s exactly what happened.   But that doesn’t tell the whole story of Marvel’s latest blockbuster.   In addition ...

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Get Ready… It’s The Oscars

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Hengyi Chi. Lights. Camera. Action! Grab your popcorn and pull up a seat. On March 4, 2018, the 90th Academy Awards will be broadcast from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California. The evening will be presented by late-night talk show host, Jimmy Kimmel, and the program will air on ABC.   Here are highlights of some of the nominated films: "Call Me By Your Name," d ...

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The Bald Perspective Episode 3: Marvel Mayhem

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Matt Stoddard. With the release of “Black Panther,” Matt, Deppe, & Ben Casey talk about Marvel Studios’ slate of 2018 releases. We speculate on the rave reviews of “Black Panther,” director Ryan Coogler’s future while wondering how the movie will unravel with all the interesting footage and strong word of mouth we have noticed. After “Black Panther,” Marvel Studios will ...

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Books Coming to the Big Screen in March

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Hengyi Chi. Are you looking for a new book to read? Do you want to know some of the movies coming out this year? As March approaches, let's take a look at what movies are coming to the big screen.   One of the biggest anticipations of 2018 is "A Wrinkle in Time." Written by Madeleine L’Engle, this sci-fi fantasy is the first book in the "Time Quintet" series. The boo ...

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