The Biggest ‘Snubs’ Of The Oscars

The beginning of every year is a hectic few months for film fans as they try to make sense of what will be nominated or cast aside when it comes to Academy Awards nominations. Last year was very different for...

Bring Back A Sense Of Normalcy To The Movies

When it comes to movie theaters, many states have reopened cinemas to the public and added extra COVID-19 guidelines to ensure every customer feels safe and at ease while having a cinematic experience. Sure,...

Sundance Comes to a Close

The days of the Sundance Film Festival have come to a close, and I want to thank Fairfield University for allowing me to attend the festival. It has been my dream for a very long time that I would be able to...

A Second Moment at Sundance

In last week’s issue, I walked you through the first half of some of the films I was able to see as a press member at the Sundance Film Festival. In this week’s issue, I want to tell you about some more of...

A Stag Goes to the Sundance Film Festival

Ah, the new year...a time for new beginnings and new things to come for many. In the new year, the entertainment world always has new movies to check out and see. When people think of movies coming out this...

‘Hillbilly Elegy’ is a Hopeless Oscar Grab

During the fall and winter seasons, we expect to see traction from critically acclaimed films landing them some Oscar buzz. Films like “Nomadland,” “One Night in Miami,” “Trial of Chicago 7” and...

The House of Mouse is Falling Down

As a fan of all things cinema, of course we must address the elephant in the room–the big media monopoly called Disney.  Throughout the last decade, the house of mouse has only gained a bigger following,...