The student news site of Guilford College

The Guilfordian

The student news site of Guilford College

The Guilfordian

The student news site of Guilford College

The Guilfordian

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...

FNAF fans bringing the world to life long before it hits the big screen can’t wait to see what happens next!

‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’: a movie built on a video game, a story, or Youtubers?

Bree Lavine, Features Editor January 20, 2023

“Hello, everybody. My name is Markiplier, and welcome to ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s.’”  On August 12, 2014 (my birthday, by the way), the indie horror game scene was changed. Markiplier was...

 Bendys Dark Revival, the long-awaited sequel to Bendy and the Ink Machine, has a familiar ending with a new twist.

“Bendy and the Dark Revival” review—Bendy’s dark return

Bree Lavine, Features Editor December 9, 2022

After a five-year wait, the sequel to the indie horror game “Bendy and the Ink Machine” arrived with a bang last month, and now that it’s been out for a couple of weeks, we can see how the full story...

Memento mori is a beautiful reminder of the inevitability of death and the importance of living life.

A fan’s reflection on ‘Unus Annus,’ two years after its deletion

Bree Lavine, Features Editor November 18, 2022

"Memento mori." ("Remember you must die.") "Unus Annus." (A single year.) These two phrases still burn in my memory three years after the death of what I still see as the best project to ever originate...

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is having a dramatic downfall as Phase Four of the franchise continues.

Marvel shows lead to chaotic downfall of Marvel Cinematic Universe

Bree Lavine, Features Editor November 11, 2022

I come from a very nerdy family. I spent the young years of my life playing Super Mario 3 on my Gameboy Advance, planning strategic Yugioh card dueling matches with my older brother as we watched old anime,...

Porchia, the demon dog, debuts with Denji the Chainsaw Man!

The debut of “Chainsaw Man” left me speechless in more than one way

Bree Lavine, Features Editor October 21, 2022

On Tuesday, Oct. 11, the long-awaited new manga from the phenomenal Mappa Studios debuted.  Written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto, “Chainsaw Man” follows the story of Denji, an intelligent but...

Wholesome Spy x Family starts off with a sweet but rushed beginning.

The anime season kickoff may have missed the mark

Bree Lavine, Features Editor October 14, 2022

On Oct. 1, the anime world was hit with two of the most anticipated returns to streaming. "Spy x Family" and "My Hero Academia" are very different stories but have big fan bases in the anime community....

Is Walt Disney Studios the biggest player in the age of nostalgia or the most guilty in making lackluster imitations?

The age of nostalgia? More like the age of poor imitations

Bree Lavine, Features Editor October 7, 2022

The age of nostalgia. That’s what I call this era of creative content. I can probably count on one hand the amount of original content that has been made recently and received my personal attention....

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