Justin Lee - Staff Writer
The Thought Lot displayed a throwback show of jazz and Dixie music Saturday with the Keating Jazz Orchestra, which showcased its skills to a packed house.
The Thought Lot once again opened its doors to the blistering, forceful sounds of hard rock and extreme metal on Saturday.
SPOILER ALERT “Doctor Strange” can be summed up as a risk. The character, mostly unknown to movie-going audiences, forced Marvel Studios to find the correct balance between familiarity and originality. With 14 films in the Marvel series, the demand for imagination was at its highest, but the risk paid off.
Shippensburg University’s Act V student performers are bringing “The Addams Family Musical” to the university and local community.
The sun is starting to shine, so what better way to spend time with your kids than taking them into a dark room to sit in front of a screen for two hours?
This may come as a surprise to those who are reading this review: I have never seen a “Fast & Furious” movie before.
The Shippensburg Orchestra will bring the spirit of Spain to southern Pennsylvania at the end of the semester.
Ever hear of McFarland, California? Probably not. If it were not for cross country coach Jim White, played exceptionally well by Kevin Costner, McFarland would have been one of those forgotten, small American towns.
Chops, beats, parallels, murder. That is what you will get with Fox’s new hit, “Empire.” In order to avoid spoilers, I will only be reviewing the pilot (first episode). To start, the Lyon family owns Empire Enterprise, a mega-profit record company in charge of producing rap and R&B artists.
I am not against any genre of film, so long as it is not stupid. A film can be any setting and premise if the characters are interesting and act like human beings.