10 Cloverfield Lane: Review By: Stephanie Hoover

Holy shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit! I mean…talk about a roller coaster of emotions!!! I was on the edge of my seat, relaxed with my feet kicked up, cuddled up (in fear) with my daughter, put my hand in front of my eyes (1 ½ times), jumped once, hit my boyfriend 1-2 times in shock, and my jaw even dropped at one point. Yup. I think I covered the … Continue reading 10 Cloverfield Lane: Review By: Stephanie Hoover

Netflix Binge: Fuller House By: Stephanie Hoover

While growing up I was a beloved fan of Full House. I loved the wholesome family values and the antics the children would get into. I didn’t even mind everything “working out in the end” despite the fact that we all know that’s not how the real world typically works; always a group hug. Like many people I was in awe when I heard the … Continue reading Netflix Binge: Fuller House By: Stephanie Hoover

The Understanding: Why We Must Wake Up

“I love the poorly educated,” “I would carpet bomb them (ISIS) into oblivion,” and “The wall just got ten feet higher” are just a few quotes from a couple of the front-runners in this year’s presidential election. What can be seen as an aggressive form of rhetoric, is also the major flaw in our democratic system.                                                                                                                 The Situation   In the United States Constitution, … Continue reading The Understanding: Why We Must Wake Up

Movie Review: The Brothers Grimsby By: Sean Harrison

“The Brothers Grimsby,” directed by Louis Leterrier, is the latest comedy starting Sacha Baron Cohen. This time, he is joined by Mark Strong as his co-leading man, with Isla Fisher, Rebel Wilson and Penelope Cruz in supporting roles. Uniquely, for a Cohen film, the movie is more of an action comedy (as opposed to being straight comedy like usual). Also, the movie doesn’t opt to … Continue reading Movie Review: The Brothers Grimsby By: Sean Harrison