Entertainment

Review: 'Venom', Gives unique take on iconic character

Robert Scott
Entertainment Editor

“Venom” is director Ruben Fleischer’s (Zombieland) theatrical adaptation of the comic book character, of the same name. It follows disgraced reporter Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) whose life is turned upside down by Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed). Eddie becomes bonded with an alien symbiote named Venom. This plunges him into the middle of an alien conflict. Venom is traditionally an adversary of Spider-Man. Due to legal reasons, Spider-Man is not in the film.

Reveling in the idea of favorite movies

Reveling in the idea of favorite movies

Summer King
Editor
Photo by Natalie Runyon

Lately I’ve been thinking about movies I might dare consider to be my favorites. I don’t know if the season of fall has drawn me to dwell on such things. Maybe it was my co-worker who caused me to think more about it when he quizzed me one night on just about my favorite anything. At one point he wanted to know what my all-time favorite movie was.

El Dia de los Muertos

Morgan Harberson
Religion Reporter

With the fall season comes a washing of orange and black. It also comes with skeletons and spooky ghosts — the darker side of people’s imaginations. Fall brings in cooler temperatures and the start of HALLOWTHANKSMAS. While some kick off the holiday season with trick-or-treating on Halloween, there are some who start off by celebrating a different holiday.

Review: 'Disenchantment', Audiences left with mixed feelings

John Alexander Nunnery
Reporter

 “Disenchantment” is a new show that premiered on Netflix on Aug. 17, 2018. It is the third animated show created by Matt Groening. His previous work includes the titles of “The Simpsons” and “Futurama.” Taking place in Medieval times, “Disenchantment” takes a drastic turn away from Groening’s other work. The show is intended to be a parody of the fantasy genre. To many fans, the show has a lot to live up to because of the quality of his previous work.

Video Game Review: 'We Happy Few' lives up to hype

Video Game Review: 'We Happy Few' lives up to hype

Elliot Hatch
Game Reporter
Screen Capture by Elliot Hatch

“We Happy Few” grabbed the attention of many people. Who wouldn’t want to be trapped in post-war-dystopian-level-1960s Britain with only a semi-effective happy pill to get you through your day? Compulsion Games had a lot going on when developing this game, and many people feared the outcome. I, on the other hand, had my hopes rather high. Surprisingly, I was not completely disappointed