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“Megan Is Missing” traumatizes viewers

Horror film
Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor | November 17, 2020

Surrounded by a world of hate and pressure, 14-year-old Megan Stewart (Rachel Quinn) disappears after meeting up with an internet friend. After a grueling three-week search, Megan’s best friend Amy Herman...

Barely earns a spot on Mount Olympus

Sophie Woodburn, Opinions Editor and Review Box Manager | November 16, 2020

Set in the world of Greek mythology, Netflix original anime series “Blood of Zeus” revolves around Heron (Derek Philips), the illegitimate son of Zeus (Jason O’Mara), as he tries to save Olympus...

Positioned for mediocrity

Released on October 30, 2020,
Gabriella Herrera | November 9, 2020

With well over a hundred awards to her name, Ariana Grande is without a doubt one of the most influential figures in pop music. Disappointingly, the release of her new album “Positions” fails to uphold...

An album to listen to forever

Luke Combs releases his new deluxe album “What You See Ain’t Always What You Get” on Oct. 23 with five great songs.
Julia Sumpter, Staff Reporter | November 8, 2020

What you see is not always what you get, but with Luke Combs, that is not the case. It was no surprise that his newest deluxe album, “What You See Ain’t Always What You Get” was fantastic.  Combs...

Easy to Holi-hate

Netflix original
Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor | November 2, 2020

After being harassed by family and friends for being single on Christmas Day, Sloane (Emma Roberts) meets playboy Jackson (Luke Bracey) while returning unappealing Christmas gifts in a small town mall....

Ruling in favor of “The Trial of the Chicago 7”

After the 1968 protests against the Vietnam War in Chicago, seven defendents were charged with conspiracy to incite a riot.
Sophie Woodburn, Opinions Editor | October 30, 2020

With a 90 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes, Netflix film “The Trial of the Chicago 7” is based on the infamous 1969 trial of seven defendants charged by the federal government on various charges for...

Frighteningly Fun

Released on Steam Sept. 18,
Gabriella Herrera | October 26, 2020

After playing your go-to game for months, leaving your comfort zone can be difficult. Still, Kinetic Games’ “Phasmophobia” is the multiplayer horror game we have been waiting for. Available for $14,...

Dangerously boring

Dangerously boring
Julia Sumpter, Staff Reporter | October 24, 2020

"Riverdale" star Camila Mendes plays Katie in a Netflix mystery-thriller "Dangerous Lies," released April 3. Katie, a caregiver, soon finds that her elderly patient left his house to her and her husband...

Spice factor

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor | October 19, 2020

Dunkin’ Donuts is known for its unconventional menu items—The Charli, frozen hot chocolate, and DIY donuts—but its newest menu item might just be the weirdest and yummiest dessert yet. Made available...

Sweet and sour wins the race

With a wide range of lollipops on the market, the Caramel Apple Pop by Tootsie Roll Industries is far superior to any and all alternatives.
Sophie Woodburn, Opinions Editor | October 16, 2020

Anywhere you go—the doctor's office, the barber shop, or the bank—there is always a little glass jar full of lollipops, usually off-brand and filled with disgusting flavors. But, when it comes down...

Never a dull moment in “Enola Holmes”

Never a dull moment in “Enola Holmes”
Julia Sumpter, Staff Reporter | October 15, 2020

"Stranger Things" actress Millie Bobby Brown stars as Enola in the new Netflix Original movie "Enola Holmes," a show-stopping film about Sherlock Holmes’ (Henry Cavill) younger sister. Dropped to Netflix...

How we like that

Gabriella Herrera | October 12, 2020

One of the most successful Korean-Pop music groups, Blackpink, released their newest album “The Album,” and it has taken the world by storm. Released on October 2, “The Album” is the all-girls...

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