Category Archive: review

Bohemian Rhapsody Review

By Izzy Sutton As a lover of all things Queen, this new movie, Bohemian Rhapsody, was absolutely amazing. Born after the British Invasion of the sixties, Queen shocked audiences around the world with… Continue reading

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review (With Spoilers)

By Nola Killpack So, Fantastic Beasts and the Crimes and Grindelwald came out on November 16 and, for those of you who don’t know, it’s the second movie in a five-part series, set… Continue reading

New Movie Releases

By: Tess Hays ***Spoiler Alert*** There have been a lot of movies released recently. From Ralph Breaks the Internet to Creed II, there seems to be something for everyone. But how good are… Continue reading

Our Top 5 Favorite Movies

By Claire Adornato and Audrey Wallner   1. The Great Gatsby   Genre: Drama Nick Carraway arrives in New York to find the American dream. He moves into the house next to a… Continue reading

Parks and Recreation Characters Rated

by Violet Webster With eight Primetime Emmy’s nominations and a Golden Globe to its name, it’s no wonder that so many people, including myself, have binged the hilarious workplace comedy. This is why… Continue reading

Black Panther Review (Spoiler Free)

by Cassandra Lis The Black Panther’s involvement in the most recent Captain America movie (Civil War) suggested the eventual creation of his own movie. The creation of a black superhero was something the… Continue reading

If We Were a Movie This Would Be Your Soundtrack EP Review

by Hannah Saltz Summary: Sleeping with Sirens’ first acoustic EP is titled If You Were a Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack. It was released through Rise Records in June 2012 and sold… Continue reading

Coffee, Coffee, Coffee! A Review of the Best Coffee Shops in the Cleveland Area

By. Harleigh Markowitz Now that fall is here and school is now in full swing, you will begin to see exhausted faces and students with coffee cups roaming the halls. While Starbucks is… Continue reading

Overview of Printmaking

By: Farah Sayed  Printmaking includes a variety of processes that transfer an image from an inked surface onto another, typically through a printing press. Etching grew popular in medieval Europe while woodcut printing… Continue reading

Read Worm by Wildbow

by Alison Xin Worm is a story about superpowers that breaks the typical “superhero” mold rather violently. Wildbow (John McCrae, author) brings a torrent new concepts to the table, with some of the… Continue reading