New MCU Movie Lost a Stinger

When I saw that there was going to be a third installment in the Ant-Man franchise, my first question was: who asked for this? Regardless, I was still looking forward to it because I enjoy Paul Rudd’s (he/him) character and I typically appreciate any new editions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), however, Ant-Man and […]

It’s Not Just About A Dog

This past week, the BSU Theater Department brought Janie Wants A Dog, written by Jan Rosenberg and directed by BSU senior Erin Faria (she/her) to our fair stage. I went into the show only knowing that a dog was involved, but I was more than pleasantly surprised by the true meaning behind the title. Overall, […]

Bruce Willis’ Diagnosis

Bruce Willis’s family announced on social media that his prior diagnosis of aphasia had progressed into frontotemporal dementia. In their statement, the family says, “Bruce’s condition has progressed and we now have a more specific diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia (known as FTD). Unfortunately, challenges with communication are just one symptom of the disease Bruce faces. While […]

Cocaine Bear Is A Thrill Ride

There’s a bear and it’s on cocaine, a combination I honestly had no idea what to expect from. From the trailers alone, Cocaine Bear is a film that can be best described as what you’d be doing in it’s setting: camp. Campy is the best way I could possibly describe this film that’s full of […]

Top 5 Rom-Coms Since 2000

Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011) This movie tops my list for its cast, its humor, and feel-good storyline. The all-star cast is made up of Steve Carell (he/him), Ryan Gosling (he/him), Emma Stone (she/her), Julianne Moore (she/her), and Kevin Bacon (he/him). Crazy, Stupid, Love follows a newly single middle-aged father (Carell), and a player (Gosling) who learns to settle […]

Knock at the Cabin Review

M. Night Shyamalan’s (he/him) Knock at the Cabin — an adaptation of the novel The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay (he/him) — is a truly haunting psychological horror. While taking a vacation in a remote cabin, a little girl, Wen (Kristen Cui) and her dads, Eric (Jonathan Groff, he/him) and […]

Bridgewater Podcast Review

Bridgewater State University is contained within the infamous Bridgewater Triangle which, much like the Bermuda Triangle, is an area in Massachusetts claimed to be a site of paranormal phenomena. Taking inspiration from this paranormal vortex, Aaron Mahnke (he/him) —producer of the Lore, Haunted Road, and 13 Days of Halloween podcasts — has created Bridgewater, an […]

HBO’s The Last of Us Review

It appears that the curse of horrible TV/film adaptations of videogames has been breaking away. The new The Last Of Us adaptation is a show that holds much promise in its first two episodes that have come out as of the time of this review. It all starts off insanely strong with its whopping 1 hour […]