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“Gone Girl” is Fincher’s masterful experience

Some things are better left unknown. When you go digging for the truth you might uncover something far more daunting. “Gone Girl,” the psychological thriller directed by film veteran David Fincher encompasses all the...

Disney proves they still have it with “Big Hero 6”

“Big Hero 6” is the latest film from Walt Disney Animation Studios and it doesn’t disappoint: It’s a fun, action-packed film with a comedic edge but also contains some surprising depth and heavy emotional...

The Cytherial Factor: Style spotlight

When I was brainstorming ideas for what to write in my first column, I thought, “What better way to start a fashion column on campus than by showcasing student style?” Borrowing the style of...

UCR orchestra brings stories to life with “Heroes and Anti-Heroes”

UCR’s music department will be putting on an orchestra concert this upcoming Saturday entitled “Heroes and Anti-Heroes.” Conducted by Ruth Charloff, the UCR orchestra will play a variety of different music that tells the...

Cannibal Ox’s new release not in the same vein

Cannibal Ox is a hip-hop duo from Harlem, N.Y., composed of emcees Vordul Mega and Vast Aire. This is the group’s second album and first album release in 14 years, but the group switched...

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “AC/DC” Review

After over a month without a new episode of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” I must have been feeling charitable because I really liked “AC/DC.” Did the episode have problems? Sure, it did, but no episode of...

“Jurassic World:” It’s a Capitalistic World After All

As a young lass plopped in front of a VHS player and mini television combo, my third bowl of sugary cereal in hand, I discovered the wonder of violence and thrill that dinosaurs can...

More than spoken word: when truth is told with emotion

The Barn at UCR held its first major event this year last Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. Students filled in by the dozens and took their seats for a night of poetry. In the...

“Krampus” Adds Unique Twist To Holiday Cheer

Courtesy of Universal Pictures “Krampus” is a horror/dark comedy set during the holidays. It follows a little boy named Max (Emjay Anthony) as he somehow fucks up Christmas by tearing up his wishlist he was...

“Hail Caesar!” Communists, Cabaret and Nontraditional Storytelling

I’ve been thinking about this film for hours and hours and I finally think I get it. “Hail, Caesar!” is a story about studio executive Eddie Mannix trying to manage his studio at the end...