Don’t have New Year’s plans? Well, with a lineup like this, you won’t want to miss out on one of the greatest New Year’s Eve Celebration for 2018. Decadence Arizona is about dancing, sharing, partying, loving, and celebrating all together as one to ring in the new year.Read More
Based off of an online book of the same name, “The Kissing Booth” has become so popular, that one in three Netflix users have seen the teen flick. If you’re like me and you’ve become so obsessed with the movie that you’ve seen it more than five times, then maybe you’ve picked up on some things that don’t quite make sense logically.Read More
Iron Fist is a Marvel show that hasn’t had much success compared to Marvel’s other shows like Daredevil, Punisher or Jessica Jones. I didn’t really have many expectations coming into this season, however Iron Fist season two redeems itself. Heads up SPOILERS will be discussed in this article.Read More
The show 13 Reasons Why premiered on March 31 in 2017. The show reached unprecedented levels on social media just in the first week. The show sparked over three million tweets and over one million mentions as well. The first season featured 13 different episodes.Read More
As a full-time college student, I understand that we will find anything to distract us from doing homework. Netflix is one of those things. Netflix has a wide variety of shows, movies and documentaries where one episode, ends up turning into hours upon hours of watching to the point where Netflix makes fun and judges us by asking “still watching?”Read More
There’s something just so tough about the “lasts” in life. The last time you play a sport in high school or college, the last time you see a relative before they die or even the last time we see our favorite heroes on the big screen.Read More
First of all, I think it's hilarious that I have found myself playing a math genius onstage. During my school days, no other subject would send me into a frustrated rage quite like the dreaded math. Despite all of this, Proof is a play that I have deeply treasured since I discovered it way back in college, shortly after it opened on Broadway.Read More
In the upcoming show Proof, written by David Auburn and directed by Dr. Parker, I play Catherine, who goes through quite a lot during the story. In a small family dynamic she has to deal with loss, her controlling sister, and a young man coming in the house to look through her father's mathematical papers.Read More
The old familiar sound of a turntable needle lightly skimming the top of a vinyl record is a sound that many members of Generation Z have only heard in the movies, yet that is rapidly changing as more young people start listening to their favorite songs on vinyl.Read More
Like any other year in the music industry, 2017 was filled with old and new. Big name artists dropping much anticipated albums that are followed by loads of fan fare and the occasional unknown who breaks into the industry and puts their stamp on the world of music.Read More
The lights in the arena dim as a rumble of sound waves began emitting through the hanging sound system above the blacked out stage in front of me, glaring at the anxious fans. I can feel the bass reverberate throughout my body, and cheers from audience members quickly fill Detroit’s Little Caesar’s Arena.Read More
The first three seasons of SpongeBob SquarePant were the greatest cartoon seasons in history.
In my opinion, the cartoon series started going downhill after that. But let’s reflect on the best of the best. Here are the Top 10 episodes from Seasons 1 through 3:Read More
Marshall Mathers, better known by his stage name Eminem, dropped a new single on Friday, Nov. 11, entitled “Walk on Water,” featuring Beyoncé. In this new song, Mathers seems to still be struggling with the fact that he’s a human being and that being human comes with its share of unhappiness.Read More
By Skye Donaldson
In an annual tradition of October fright, seventeen horror movies will premiere at movie theaters in October. If you love the feeling of your heart racing and a knot in your stomach--or you just love hating on poor plot lines--check out my list of the most anticipated scary movies of October 2017.
Cult of Chucky premieres on Oct. 3, giving the Child’s Play franchise its seventh installment. Cult of Chucky is projected to bring box office revenues of the franchise to more than $300 million. In the Cult of Chucky, Chucky is back again to make trouble for another human victim, but he also will be settling scores with some old enemies. Don Mancini, creator Child’s Play franchise, continues as director and sole writer. Fiona Dourif will return as Nica Pierce and Alex Vincent will return as Andy Barclay. No CGI has been confirmed for this movie, meaning the scares shown on screen are “all doll” and that much scarier.
Premiering on Oct. 6, The Crucifixion tells a true story of five members of the Roman clergy. All members were convicted for the murder of a nun, but there were extenuating circumstances of the death. From the producers of The Conjuring and Annabelle, another exorcism story challenges the audience’s beliefs. This film explores more than just exorcism, but what happens beyond that. Something the film calls “transference.” Sophie Cookson, star of the Kingsman series and the film Emperor, takes lead in thus horror flick. If for no other reason than to see a film that is produced well, it will be worth checking out.
Happy Death Day premieres on Friday, Oct. 13, which is appropriate. This movie gives us a Groundhog Day feel when a college student relives the last day she is alive before she is murdered over and over again. Trying to find a scenario where she is able to save her own life provides the audience with plenty of scares and even laughs. Jessica Rothe, who is most recognized from La La Land in her role as Alexis, stars as Tree Gelbman.
Kirsten Rivard, a senior social work major at Rochester College, says she loves watching horror movies and is anticipating Happy Death Day. “I’m such a wimp when it comes to scary movies, but I’m really excited for this one because it looks kind of funny from the trailers,” she said.
Other horror movies to be released in October and expected to do well are: Dementia 13, Amityville: The Awakening, Leatherface, and Jigsaw.
With Halloween in the air, these movies will be just the thing to darken the mood.
“Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men” Luke 2:14 (KJV). Chance the rapper won his first Grammy for best new artist. He started and ended his acceptance speech by saying “Glory be to God.” He claimed this victory in the name of Lord. Chance went on to win a Grammy for best rap album for his Coloring Book Album and best rap performance for his song No Problem.
Chance the Rapper is not your typical rapper and his success shows. He was the first artist to win a Grammy without a label deal, without any record deal and with music that was streamed online for free.Read More
A segment where RC students, faculty and friends interpret modern lyrics into daily meanings.
By Kaitlin Milligan
Assistant Magazine Editor
Change -J. Cole
“I know you desperate for a change let the pen glide
But the only real change come from inside.”Read More