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Empires always fall and Disney is no exception, but where did they go wrong?

Disney is dying: TV shows are to blame.

Bree Lavine, Editor-in-Chief February 15, 2024

Is anyone excited for Disney’s next animated film “Wish”? I keep up with the Disney machine rather well, knowing about every upcoming project they have for franchises such as “Marvel,” “Star...

AJR in Raleigh, playing 100 Bad Days from their Neotheater album.

AJR returns with ‘The Maybe Man’

Bree Lavine, Editor-in-Chief December 1, 2023

One of my “Inside Out” core memories happened two years ago. when one of my best friends took me to a live concert in Raleigh to see one of our favorite bands, AJR. It was my first live concert ever...

All of Five Nights at Freddys animatronics were not CGI. The robots were puppeteered and practical effects were applied in order to create the scenes containing the murder machines.

Five Nights at Freddy’s: Eight years of waiting…was it worth it?

Bree Lavine, Editor-in-Chief November 3, 2023

Spoilers ahead! You have been warned! When I was 13-years-old I discovered something that would change my life forever. A game franchise, a book series, a community that welcomed everyone who was fascinated...

Every form of art breeds conversation and movies are no exception. The question is whose opinion is more important: the fans or the critics?

Fans scream louder than critics

Bree Lavine, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2023

You know people in the industry say nowadays “The fans are often your worst critics,” that’s true now more than ever. Never have fans had this much power over the entertainment industry than in today’s...

The Nick Jr. logo! Does anyone else remember this?

10 kid shows I’d sit through before subjecting myself to CoComelon

Bree Lavine, Editor-in-Chief October 2, 2023

If you have been around any toddler for more than 10 minutes you’ve heard of CoComelon. Over the summer I worked with 3-year-olds at a day care center and all I heard was children’s songs for hours...

Photo courtesy of Euphoric Brothers // Wacky creatures, such as Jumbo Josh in the picture above, are a common sight in Garten of Banban

Is Garten of Banban killing indie horror?

Bree Lavine, Editor-in-Chief September 25, 2023

If you, like me, still keep up with the chaos that is indie horror games like “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” “Poppy Playtime” and many many others, then you have seen, heard or watched Garten of...

Featured art from the Elemental press release

‘Elemental’: Hope for a new age of Pixar

Sabrina Lavine, Editor-in-Chief September 9, 2023

Pixar is known for making some of the most iconic characters and stories in animation history for decades. Movies like "Toy Story," "Cars," "The Incredibles," "Inside Out" and "Wall-E" are movies that...

A soaring blast from the past flies its way into the future with a surprising Hulu exclusive show, How to Train Your Dragon: The Nine Realms.

New dragons, new characters, good show? I think so

Bree Lavine, Features Editor February 24, 2023

A good story never truly ends. “How to Train Your Dragon” came out in 2010 and was followed by two sequels, along with two shows set between each film. These shows depicted how the characters grew...

A crown is a burden only a few can carry. Are you one of them?

The soldier, the poet, or the king. Which one will you be?

Bree Lavine, Features Editor February 10, 2023

Look out, Myers-Briggs! There is a new soul-reading personality test in town. “Soldier, Poet, King,” a song by The Oh Hellos, has taken social media by storm; the TikTok audio is everywhere on my “For...

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