How to Save Original Films

May 7, 2017 Scott Waldmann 0

This article is not to say that film needs saving, but it is more of one perspective versus another within a web-of-a-battle. There are really only five types of film: fiction, nonfiction, a hybrid that […]

Persona 5 Review

May 7, 2017 Guest 0

Release Date: April 4, 2017 Developer: Atlus Platform: Playstation 3, Playstation 4 (Reviewed) Genre: Role-Playing Rating: M Score: 10 115 hours and 54 minutes. That was my final time for the end of my first […]

Sixty-Nine: Too Many Trailers?

April 29, 2017 Scott Waldmann 0

  The past few weeks have been busy, besides prepping for midterms and finals, because there have been trailers for upcoming or far, far away films. There have been superheroes teaming up (again), giant robots […]

Sixty-Eight: Logan (2017)

April 26, 2017 Scott Waldmann 0

  The difficulty with many long-running tales to astonish is giving it a proper ending that ties all loose ends, pays homage to the characters that we have spent years getting to love, and making […]

Avenue Q Review

March 19, 2017 Katrina David 0

Musicals are notorious for being overtly dramatic, severely lacking in reality, and incredibly corny; however, the NJIT & Rutgers production of Avenue Q breaks all of these stereotypes to bring a show filled with subtleties, […]

Avenue Q

March 3, 2017 Katrina David 0

The Rutgers-NJIT theater program has been gearing up for the past year for its debut of Avenue Q – a coming-of-age story featuring puppets, music, and a lot of laughs. Employing a puppet-human dynamic similar […]

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