By Michael Pepin Anyone who is remotely interesting in gaming or anything technology related has probably been looking forward to E3, or the Electronic Entertainment Expo, this June. This event is ...
By Patrick Prifogle & JT Samart Hello and welcome to the last episode of “Ten Minutes Or Less” with JT. It will be hard to go, but we will be back. We will have a new host and new content to ramble about. This episode we say good-bye to JT and discuss the future. Below […]
By Jared Hinderer I thought I was going to be able to go without writing a cliché “end of my senior year” column. Turns out, I couldn’t. Throughout high school, I never really thought I would miss it. I always thought that it would be a huge relief to be done with high school. I […]
By Patrick Prifogle and Jt Samart Hello people, I love you very much, this week we have a lot to talk about and only ten minutes and thirty seconds to get it all in. So take a seat, pop in your headphones and enjoy our wondrous voices. We will weave a tale of dancing, the greatness […]
By Peter Hyle and Christian DiMartino One of the first summer releases of the year, Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, has rolled into theaters with conflicting reviews. To say that this movie has been unfairly judged is an understatement, this movie was a fresh, original take on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel. But this review […]
By Sidney Reynolds Shane Black’s Iron Man 3 is incredibly refreshing and thrilling. This time Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is back with his same arrogant, brilliant, and humorous self with a slightly more humanized effect that makes it easier to connect with the audience. Throughout the movie it shows Stark having anxiety attacks from his […]