July 3, 2022
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‘Deja View’ – “Shaun of the Dead” (2004)

By The Ithacan | May 11, 2022

In her last episode focusing on the genre of comedy, host Sydney Brumfield and guest Massey Williams talk about “Shaun of the Dead” (2004) as they discuss the subgenera of dark comedy.


Review: Pedro Pascal shines in new buddy film

By | Apr 28, 2022

Nicolas Cage and Pedro Pascal deliver a solid comedy that successfully creates a refreshing take on the buddy film trope.


Deja View – “Greener Grass” (2019)

By | Mar 23, 2022


In episode 3 of her series focusing on the genre of comedy host, Sydney Brumfield sits down with junior Charlie Amand to talk about the sub-genre of farce with “Greener Grass” (2019).


IC Open Mic Night finally returns to the stage

By | Sep 14, 2021

One of IC’s biggest traditions, Open Mic Night, returned to the Campus Center Pub Sept. 2 after over a year of virtual performances.


Professor creates popular TikToks with son

By The Ithacan | May 6, 2021

Professor Peter Johanns creates humorous TikToks showing him being a ‘bad parent’ to his 11-year-old son.


Review: Superhero flick has super strange comedy

By | Apr 23, 2021

Ben Falcone’s “Thunder Force” is a lighthearted superhero comedy, but some of the comedy doesn’t land well.


Students transform dorm room into a science fiction set

By | Apr 14, 2021

Seniors Joel Liss and Julia Corcoran film promotional material for their show “Wormhole” on Feb 14 at Ithaca College.


Review: Tom and Jerry brings fun for the whole family

By | Mar 11, 2021

Tom and Jerry have returned to the big screen with their famous hijinks. “Tom and Jerry,” directed by Tim Story, tells the tale of the classic cartoon cat and mouse with a modern twist.


Student passion project questions the meaning of art

By | Feb 10, 2021

Sophomore Jake Orloff introduces the student-created show “A Piece of Art” in a video recorded to tease the show and raise money for production.


Review: “Borat” sequel comes at perfect time

By | Nov 3, 2020

Sacha Baron Cohen’s sequel to his famous film “Borat,” “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” exposes the bigoted underbelly of the United States just as the first one did.


Review: Fleshed-out characters revive cult classic

By | Oct 29, 2019

Rule No. 32: Enjoy the little things.


Commentary: Comedy provides crucial relief from politics

By | Oct 3, 2019

Comedy brings light to a dark world. We’re all just trying to get through life, so why not laugh a little?