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“Bandersnatch” combines interactive gaming with television

“Bandersnatch” combines interactive gaming with television

Dana Perelberg ’20

January 15, 2019


Filed under Arts, National art blog

“Do you understand? Click yes or no.” The question pops up on my screen after a guided tutorial on how to watch “Bandersnatch”, the newest addition to the “Black Mirror” series on Netflix. At first the show seems like more of a game than an episode. But as an avid watcher of the series, I’ve...

“Welcome to Marwen” delivers a true comeback story

“Welcome to Marwen” delivers a true comeback story

Jake Navarro '20

January 14, 2019


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Graphic by Jake Navarro '20 After watching the preview of "Welcome to Marwen", I expected a heart warming story of a man’s recovery. However, after listening to others, I only heard negatives, but I had to see for myself. “Welcome to Marwen” animates a real life story of Mark Hogancamp who suffers tra...

‘Creed II’ sparks heated debate through Staples

Kevin Rabacs ’19 and Teddy Dienst ’20

January 9, 2019


Filed under A&E, Arts, Broadcast, National art blog

Aquaman displays a dive into the future

Aquaman displays a dive into the future

Teddy Dienst ’20

January 7, 2019


Filed under Arts, National art blog

The balance between comedy and action is what made the science-fiction film, “Aquaman,” so intriguing. Released on Dec. 21, the PG-13 movie reels the audience in right from the beginning by showing us how the main character, Aquaman (Jason Momoa), got his powers. The movie consisted of countless...

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse’ impresses with intriguing plot

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse’ impresses with intriguing plot

Jack Lev '20

January 6, 2019


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Fans of the ongoing Spider-Man series have surely heard about the film released on Dec. 14, “Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse.” The film had viewers drawn in from the start; everyone was on the edge of their chairs due to the perfect blend of action and comedy. The movie introduces seven new versions...

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