Colin Vanden Berg Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor In The Shape of Water, director Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) imagines a Cold War era love story between a mute (Sally Hawkins) and a strange humanoid . . .
Colin Vanden Berg Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor November 2017 is packed with high-profile film releases. Every week this month includes at least one film that comes with a lot of fanfare, from comedy sequels . . .
Colin Vanden Berg Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor When Marvel Studios released the first “Thor” film in 2011, the studio had only produced three films independent of companies like Sony and Fox, and Disney had . . .
Madeline Giardina Staff Writer Lady Gaga’s new documentary, “Five-foot-Two” follows the artist in an almost year-long journey, leading up to the release of her most recent album, “Joanne,” as well as her 2017 halftime performance. . . .
Christine Illes Assoc. Photo Editor If you were to take the character of Edward Cullen and turn him into a billionaire and just change Bella Swan’s name to Anastasia Steele, you have the whole plot . . .
John Villarose VI Staff Writer From the time the first trailer premiered, it was clear that “The Book of Life” was going to do something new in animation, and in that aspect, it didn’t disappoint. . . .
Alaysia B. Smith Staff Writer The Haunted House This is practically a giveaway. The haunted house genre takes our most inner fears and turns them into reality. Films that center on a haunted house keep . . .
Zachariah Swope Staff Writer “The Amazing Spider-man 2”, “Rise of Electro” in some countries, is the sequel to the 2012 reboot by Marc Webb. This sequel might worry some fans by having 3 villains, much . . .