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Harrowing Halls of Halloween Programming

Harrowing Halls of  Halloween Programming
Jesus Chico, Staff Writer / Graphics Editor
October 6, 2020

Fall television is often the most anticipated content all year, and 2020 is no exception. While theaters may have been shut down in much of the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, streaming shows and...

‘The Social Dilemma’ review: the sins of social media

Former Google design ethicist Tristan Harris testifies before the U.S. Senate in
Josh Bahns, Staff Writer
September 11, 2020

“There are only two industries that call their customers ‘users’: illegal drugs and software.” This is one of the many haunting quotes from Netflix’s new docu-drama hybrid, “The Social Dilemma.”  Jeff...

Review of Charlie Kaufman’s ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’

Review of Charlie Kaufman's 'I'm Thinking of Ending Things'
Josh Bahns, Staff Writer
September 7, 2020
Rarely does a movie start with a character saying the title of said movie, but rarely does a Kaufman movie resemble any other.

Show review – “The Midnight Gospel”

Show review - “The Midnight Gospel”
Selena Buitrago, Staff Writer
May 2, 2020

While all the craziness in the world is still occurring, I’m sure everyone is looking for something to keep their mind off things. We’re all searching for that one show, video game or hobby to keep...

Show review – Slobby’s World

While the show was first released on the streaming platform Netflix back in 2018, it is a great show to binge while in quarantine.
Spencer Cameron, Staff Writer
April 27, 2020

During this quarantine, we’re all a little bored being stuck at home. Even if some of us still work, we all like to come home, put our feet up and relax on the couch with a nice show to watch. Luckily,...

Review Crew: “Sonic the Hedgehog”

Review Crew:
Krys Shahin and Spencer Cameron
February 27, 2020

Krys says: Growing up, I was never all that interested in the little blue alien hedgehog creature running around to collect golden rings, but I decided to see a movie based on that character for Valentine’s...

Movie Review: “Parasite”

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Spencer Batute, @batutie_
November 21, 2019

“Parasite” is a film that turns its audience into exactly what it portrays; hungry parasites, ever-starving and constantly craving the next scene. Set in South Korea, a lower class family of four...

Thoughts from #CupOfJoBruno

Jo Bruno, Guest Writer
November 14, 2019

As an alumnus, some of you may smile as you remember a time when #CupOfJoBruno was a regular LMC dose of bitter-sweet wisdom growing up in Pittsburg. I’m glad you’re still here. For those of you who...

Review Crew: “The Lighthouse”

Spencer Batute, @batutie_
November 14, 2019

“The Lighthouse” offers great cinematography, Oscar-worthy acting, and a mind-bending, gut-wrenching, horrifying, psychological thriller of a plot, all while elusively evading neat interpretation. Shot...

Review Crew: “The Lighthouse”

Nicole Loughran, Guest Writer
November 14, 2019

The Lighthouse by Robert Eggers is just okay. I’m not sure if this was the kind of movie that really elicits strong reactions from its audience members. I really can't imagine someone raving about it,...

Review Crew: “Joker”

Review Crew:
October 18, 2019

Movie Summary: “Joker,” directed by Todd Phillips, released Oct. 4. Arthur Fleck, played by Joaquin Phoenix, is a loner desperate to make connections with an oppressive world. As his traumatic past...

Moving mental health with movie

Clinical social worker Vanessa Solis explains the differences between stigmas and stereotypes of mental health at movie event.
Charles Reed, Staff Writer
October 3, 2019

The Movies for Mental Health event was held to raise awareness and offer support for students who may struggle with mental health issues. The event, put on by Disability Support Services (DSPS) and Equity...

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