Category:  Editorials

By Joe Ballard, March 15, 2018 0 Editorials

One of the most anticipated anime series of 2018, Violet Evergarden began subtly yet emotionally powerful with its first two episodes. The last couple weeks, however, left some viewers a bit wanting with plot inconsistencies and a lack of real… Read More »

By Admin, January 19, 2017 1,903 Editorials

In this special guest article, Norman “Skyline” Hittle – keyboardist for Colorado Springs electronic rock outfit Hydrogen Skyline – discusses a few theories on how George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series will progress in its final two… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, December 29, 2016 279 Editorials

With two days left in in 2016, surely most of us are peaking over the smoldering rubble of the seemly endless stream of deaths and defeats. From an extreme basis, maybe we are wrapping ourselves or asking to wrap some… Read More »

By Leigh Monson, December 14, 2016 338 Editorials

La La Land is about as blatantly pandering to hipsters, cinephiles, and film critics as a film possibly could be. It’s a melding of modern setting and film techniques with the style and aesthetics of a musical from the Golden… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, December 2, 2016 40 Editorials

You’ve seen it all across your social networks. Within this election cycle – Facebook comment sections and twitter feeds have become a battle field of discord. Fake egg and animal picture accounts patrol anyone who has a difference of opinion… Read More »

By Joe Ballard, May 26, 2016 138 Editorials

Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Tar…Sta…Snow. Fire and Ice. Essos and Westeros. Conqueror and (ex-) Lord Commander. Whether you watch Game of Thrones, read A Song of Ice and Fire or both, most of us have made the pretty safe bet that… Read More »

By Andrew Auger, January 11, 2015 379 Editorials

 “Hate is a strong word, but I really really don’t like you.” The Plain White T’s said that in their 2006 song “Hate (I Really Don’t Like You)”. I can respect that sentiment, but film is a purely subject medium…. Read More »

By Andrew Auger, July 3, 2014 104 Editorials

Do you remember the first time a movie genuinely amazed you? At one point or another, we all have experienced that moment where we forget our other distractions, and where we became one with the film for a precious few… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, July 1, 2014 36 Editorials

  I already know that you don’t care, but I’m going to write this anyway. You almost got me this weekend. I actually almost bought a ticket to go see Transformers: Age of Extinction, but I immediately started having flashbacks –… Read More »

By Joe Ballard, April 29, 2014 391 Editorials

The wildly popular HBO fantasy epic Game of Thrones is a unique show for numerous reasons. Probably the biggest one is that it’s based on George R.R. Martin’s not-yet-completed book series called A Song of Ice and Fire whose first… Read More »