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Five Movies That Would Be Better With Zombies

Five Movies That Would Be Better With Zombies

Bailey Ethier, News Editor

May 20, 2013


Filed under Arts, National art blog

There’s no denying that zombies are in. What’s not to like about undead “people” who move extremely slow and have their arms constantly fall off? In honor of the increase in the popularity of zombies, here are five movies that would be better with them. 1.) Finding Nemo: Let’s replac...

Cinemagram: Capturing Life Over… and Over… and Over

Cinemagram: Capturing Life Over… and Over… and Over

Andrea Frost, Staff Writer

December 21, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Throughout the halls, library, cafeteria and classes of Staples, it is clear that most students are more engaged in their phones than in where they are going or what they are doing. They are busy scrolling down feeds and updating themselves on what’s going on. The new phone app, “Cinemagram,” is...

The Dream I Dreamed: A Review of the New Les Misérables

The Dream I Dreamed: A Review of the New Les Misérables

Ryder Chasin, Web News Editor

December 13, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Sure, I suppose I’m a rather emotional guy. I do get worked up on occasion, perhaps raise my voice once in a while, and, yes, I’ll shed some tears every now and again. But while watching the premiere of Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables on Dec. 10 at the Ziegfield Theater in New York, my tear ducts ...

Red Dawn: A Remake Of A Classic

Red Dawn: A Remake Of A Classic

Nicole Deblasi, Staff Writer

December 7, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Remaking a classic movie is like a battlefield; you don’t know how it may turn out or what might happen. When I heard Red Dawn was being remade, I decided to go see it and compare the original with the remake. It was a disappointment. While for obvious reasons the special effects are far better i...

Top Five Storm Movies to Watch (At Least Until the Power Goes Out)

Top Five Storm Movies to Watch (At Least Until the Power Goes Out)

Ben Reiser and Ryder Chasin

October 29, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

For More Coverage on Hurricane Sandy Click HERE Though the trees sway and stray leaves swirl, the weather right now is eerily calm. Before the worst comes and the power inevitably cuts, there can’t be anything better than watching a few quality storm flicks, curled up on the couch under a blanket...

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