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Gidim – New Album Review

Gidim – New Album Review

Tanner Crosser, Staff

November 6, 2019

Rings of Saturn released a new album on the 25th of October of this year called Gidim, which translates to “ancient ghost” in Sumerian Cuneiform. It’s called the “ancient ghost” because the ancient ghost created the universe. This is why the album cover is the big bang. The purpose of this...

One Day at a Time – Netflix Series Review

One Day at a Time – Netflix Series Review

Mckenzie Gentry, Staff

November 6, 2019

One Day at a Time is a Netflix original that started airing on January 6th, 2017, and produced three seasons of the show, each containing 13 episodes that ran for around 30 minutes. The show is loosely based on the original One Day at a Time series, but this time the show details the modern day lives...

IT Chapter Two – Movie Review

IT Chapter Two – Movie Review

Laura Waters, Staff

October 8, 2019

IT Chapter Two is a rated R thriller/ mystery movie that is 2 hours and 50 minutes long. It is a spinoff of the 2017 movie, called IT. The movie is about an evil clown, Pennywise, that returns to the town of Derry, Maine 27 years later to terrorize the community again. Members of the Loser’s Club, n...

The Battle of Yaldabaoth – Album Review

The Battle of Yaldabaoth – Album Review

Tanner Crosser, Staff

October 8, 2019

Infant Annihilator released their brand new album, The Battle of Yaldabaoth, on September 11th, 2019, which is the drummer’s birthday. The Battle of Yaldabaoth is what you’d expect from an IA album; fast, slow, heavy, chaotic, and disgusting in every good way possible. This album is meant to repli...

The Institute – Book Review

The Institute – Book Review

Madalyn Buchanan, Staff

October 8, 2019

The Institute by Stephen King. This story is about how intruders invaded Lukes home and murdered his parents. Luke is taken and wakes up in an institute, that houses kids with special talents such as telepathy and telekinesis. Luke and the other kids are in the front half of the institute, while there ar...

Captain Marvel – Movie Review

Captain Marvel – Movie Review

Garrett Cox, Staff

April 5, 2019

Captain Marvel is an intense action movie that was released March 8th, 2019. Captain Marvel will be added to the list of movies leading up to the Avengers: End Game. This movie received a 7.1 out of 10 and I personally would give it more like a 9 to a 9.5 out of 10. The movie has made 119 million do...

Ender’s Game – Book Review

Ender’s Game – Book Review

Joey Ebert, Staff

February 11, 2019

The book, Ender’s Game, is a science fiction novel that was first published in 1985. The story is set sometime in the near future. Earth is attacked by aliens called “Formics”, nicknamed “Buggers”, due to their insect-like qualities. The humans fight off the first wave, and are waiting for the ...

Aquaman – Movie Review

Aquaman – Movie Review

Alonna Powell, Staff

February 11, 2019

Aquaman is a new super hero movie which was released on December 21, 2018. Jason Momoa, an American actor, writer, film producer, director and model portrayed Aquaman. He has portrayed Aquaman in three films. The movie starts out with a man finding a woman on the ocean bay. They later fall in love ...

The Grinch – Movie Review

The Grinch – Movie Review

Alanna Powell, Staff

December 14, 2018

The Grinch came out on November 9, 2018. The main character’s that starred in this movie are Benedict Cumberbatch as the Grinch, Cameron Seely as Cindy-Lou Who, Pharrell Williams as the Narrator, Angela Lansbury as Mayor McGerkle, Kenan Thompson as Mr. Bricklebaum. They are all really good actors. ...

Uncle Drew – Movie Review

Uncle Drew – Movie Review

Justin Sweeney, Staff

November 7, 2018

Uncle Drew is a one of a kind movie. Originally, there was just clips on YouTube of an NBA star named Kyrie Irving dressed up to look like an older man, who can play basketball pretty well. While people were wondering about these clips, the movie was being filmed and it was released on June 29th, 20...

Metro 2033 – Book Review

Metro 2033 – Book Review

Joey Ebert, Staff

November 7, 2018

Metro 2033 is a post-apocalyptic horror/science fiction novel by Dmitry Glukhovsky, which is set in the underground subway tunnels, or Metro, of post-nuclear war Moscow in the year 2033. The world had destroyed itself with nuclear weapons twenty years earlier, and now the remaining few thousand survivor...

Revival and Kamikaze – Music Review

Revival and Kamikaze – Music Review

Seth Donaldson, Staff

November 7, 2018

Since Eminem went “off the radar” he had not produced very many songs. He went very quiet to stay away from media drama and to avoid conflicts. Eminem has always been a very successful rapper and artist. He became one of the first “white rappers” to join the industry and he took off from there....

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