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Film experience is as comfortable as “Home”

Although aliens and monsters are nothing new to animated kids’ movies, “Home” manages to stay original in its take on alien invasions. It avoids a simple good-versus-evil scenario, as the aliens are portrayed as...

Continuously standing the test of time: the legacy of ‘Minecraft’ and its resurgence of...

Video game development has never been more widespread and available to newcomers than before; in the modern age, it always seems like there is somebody with a brilliant idea and humble beginnings. Due to...

The Shins “Port of Morrow” Album Review

The Shins, known for their singles “New Slang” and “Phantom Limb,” released their fourth album, “Port of Morrow,” their first album in five years. Even with the break, the band has not sacrificed any...

Black Veil Brides “Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones” Album Review

Prior to listening to their 3rd and latest album, “Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones,” Black Veil Brides seemed to me like a band whose gimmick heavily relied on an overabundance...

“Paddington”: England and Whimsy

It was somewhere between the dream sequence about losing touch with your inner child and the “hilarious” scene involving the protagonists’ clumsy first-time attempt to use cellophane tape that I realized that “Paddington” wasn’t...

Cupcakke in Pomona: Club 340’s One Night

Pomona nightclub 340 is the kind of club you’d see in a movie. The facade of the building is  polished in a dark blue with windows covered by curtains obscuring its neon rays. This time...

“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2” Review

After five years and four movies of disco ball vampirism, lupine six packs and Kristen Stewart’s monotone delivery, “The Twilight Saga” breathes its last in “Breaking Dawn – Part 2,” and it’s well overdue....

“Mad Men: The Quality of Mercy” Review

This week’s “Mad Men” opens with a literal bang as audiences witness a Chevy executive accidently shoot Ken Cosgrove in the face. Fortunately for us, Cosgrove is fine. I am fairly confident Matthew Weiner...