Tuesday, September 26, 2023


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Dune Review

The anticipated adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune has finally arrived! Directed by Denis Villeneuve, Dune: Part One covers the first half of the iconic novel. Due to its international box office success, Dune: Part Two has been approved by Warner Bros. and Legendary Entertainment.

Genshin Impact’s Anniversary Debacle: A Review in Hindsight

Genshin Impact had its first anniversary on September 28th, but to say it was celebrated in the community would be a lie. Between trolling, spamming, and review-bombing, it’s honestly quite hard for the casual observer to not laugh at how petty the whole debacle became.

Happy First Anniversary, Project Sekai!

On September 20th, 2021, Project Sekai celebrated its first anniversary with a variety of special events and goodies for its fans, ranging from a special set of ingame cards to a new song campaign and more. 

Rubber (2010): A Lesson in Absurdity

With Halloween season upon us, we are all gearing up with our favorite horror movies. If you’re looking for something strange, fun, and unpredictable, the award-winning 2010 film Rubber, dir. Quentin Dupieux, is perfect for you. It follows the tale of a tire with the opportune combination of anger management issues, homicidal urges, and psychokinesis. Referenced in such great works as the “It’s 4” article (East Side News, issue 3), this satirical horror film has captured the hearts of (mostly) everyone who has dared to venture through.

Let the Sun In: A Review of Lorde’s Solar Power

Following the success of “Royals” in 2013, Lorde rose to stardom-level fame. But almost a decade later, she has just released a third album. Each of her albums has been significantly different from the others — Pure Heroine was about the complexity of the teenage years, while Melodrama examined what it is like to be a young adult. So where is she now?

Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings Review

Marvel’s long-awaited debut of its first Asian-American superhero did not disappoint. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings are even set to remain in the No. 1 spot in the box office, bringing in an estimated gross from about $20-22 million.

Review: Amateur is Great for Sports Fans

Ryan Koo captures really well what happens in modern day basketball with recruiting and social media. Michael Rainey Jr. plays his role very well as well as the coach who forms a strong bond with Terron throughout the movie.

Roblox Metaverse Champions Recap

By James Liu Last month, Roblox decided to pull out a new event to replace their long standing traditional egg hunts around Easter. The Metaverse...

Cruel Summer: A Series That’ll Leave You Wondering What to Believe

In this new, thrilling drama series, Kate Wallis (Olivia Holt), a popular highschooler, is kidnapped in the summer of 1993. Shortly after Kate went missing, Jeanette Turner (Chiara Aurelia) almost inserted herself into Kate’s place.

Shadow and Bone: A Review

This show stands out with its diverse casting and ambitious world-building. Every character goes through excellent character development throughout the show, and its storyline keeps you on your toes.

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