Sam Green was at Pollak Theatre for the visiting artists showcasing What We Need Is The Impossible, a collection of his various documentaries on Monday, April 22.
Author: NICK SEGRETO
Scary Movie 5 Lacks Laughs
Yes, someone actually made a fifth one of these movies. Like you, I also wish they would have left them alone and stopped years ago.
Thrills and Chills Abound in Dark Moon
Whoa, there is another Luigi’s Mansion game? Yup! It has been quite a while since the Gamecube launch title hit stores and won over the hearts of many gamers, myself included. Now there is a sequel on the Nintendo 3DS. Dust off your flashlight and vacuum- it is time to go ghost hunting.
Irish Peace Activist Performs on Campus
The Irish folksinger Tommy Sands paid a visit to the University on Monday, March 4. The Irish peace activist performed here as the start of a tour across America.
The Best of Both Worlds
When a popular piece of media gets remade, there’s a fine line that all design teams must be wary of. The makers of the reimagining have to create something that captures the spirit and entertaining qualities of the original, but still make it different enough that it doesn’t seem like an exact replica.
Country Star Shines at the MAC
As the holidays inch closer and closer, I’ve been in my room grinching away with my pup. In a desperate attempt to cheer myself up, I went to the Martina McBride “Joy of Christmas” Tour (which involves 16 charity performances) this past Sunday night. Did her cheerful and upbeat collection of Christmas beats make my heart grow three times its size? Realistically, no, as that would lead to a boatload of medical problems.
Wii U Launch Fails to Reach New Heights
Nintendo and I have been going to counseling lately. I want to see new people because Nintendo just isn’t delivering what they promised me. I told them that the Wii U was their last chance to win me back. Did they succeed? Uh… let’s just say I filed for separation.
No Need to Fear this Impressive Game
It’s that time of the year when fear takes over. Horror and paranoia run rampant as the supernatural rule popular culture for the month. On that note, let’s look at Resident Evil 6, the supposed return to horror that fans of the series have been waiting for.
The Summer of Superheroes
When I think of summer, I think of the awesome superhero movies that are released during the season, and this was a good summer for superhero movies. We got the crossover blockbuster The Avengers, the reboot of The Amazing Spider-Man, and the final entry in the Chris Nolan Batman movies, The Dark Knight Rises.
Zombies Aren’t the Only Lifeless Things in Operation Raccoon City
The only things evil here are Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City and Capcom for putting such a broken and unfinished game on the market. The more I played this game, the more I asked myself, “How could Capcom let such a game that tarnishes one of their flagship series loose on the streets?”