The Secret Lives of Rock Stars and Monarchs: Upcoming Biographical Films that are Sure to Captivate Audiences

Lifestyle

By Erin Caine Lifestyle Editor The celebrity world is one we all seem to be strangely enamored with, full of the kind of excitement, visibility, and scandal we rarely, if ever, experience in our daily lives. Perhaps this fascination (occasionally crossing the line into obsession) can account for the ever-constant deluge of films that begin […]

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Reimagining Horror History: Cult Classic Film “Suspiria” Returns to the Silver Screen

Lifestyle

By Erin Caine Lifestyle Editor With all the pulp slasher films coming out lately, it seems as if it has been a while since horror cinema has made audiences feel genuinely, profoundly disturbed. In the case of the upcoming “Suspiria,” Matt Miller of Esquire described the first viewing as “traumatizing” for its audience, and that […]

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“Killing Eve” and “Sharp Objects”, Rise of the Female-Centric Psychological Thriller

Lifestyle

By Erin Caine Lifestyle Editor It’s not your imagination. Lately, there’s been a surge in mind-bending thriller stories centered on genuinely engaging female characters. Recent and popular psychological films featuring women in lead roles such as “Gone Girl,” “Room,” and “The Girl on the Train” have piqued public interest in seeing related stories, opening the […]

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Summer Sequels Triumph at Box Office, What Makes a Second Installment Worth Your Time?

Lifestyle

By Erin Caine Lifestyle Editor Lately, Hollywood has been especially attuned to the formidable selling power of a good franchise. This summer’s film landscape has been no exception, studded with much-anticipated — and in some cases long-awaited — sequels to popular films. According to IMDb, there have already been over two dozen of them shown […]

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Surviving the Holiday Hype When You Don’t Celebrate Christmas

Opinion

By Olivia Libowitz Elm Staff Writer The holiday season has gotten too political. That’s right, I said it. You can’t go two minutes during this time of year without hearing about “happy holidays,” the new Starbucks cup design, or why people can or cannot make little paper Christmas trees as a craft in school. Why has […]

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Free Fall Movie Nights at Lit House

Student Life

By Caitlyn Maltese Student Life Editor The Rose O’Neill Literary House is offering three movie nights for students throughout the semester. During these events, hand-selected movies from the staff will be screened on the enclosed porch of the Rose O’Neill Literary House. All of the movies are adaptations of books. Popcorn and snacks will be […]

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