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February 23, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Singles for the week of 10/25

By | Oct 30, 2019

“Frail State of Mind”
The 1975
Released Oct.

Review: “El Camino” stands apart from famous predecessor

By | Oct 23, 2019

Six years ago, “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan left his viewers with an explosive conclusion to one of the best television series ever created.

Review: NBA 2K20 video game is a slam dunk

By | Oct 22, 2019

Returning with the 21st installment in its franchise, the NBA 2K series continues to push the envelope and redefine what a quality basketball video game is.

Review: DC offers a gritty look at the Clown Prince of Crime

By | Oct 22, 2019

In 2008, Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” changed the comic book movie genre forever.

Review: Broadway star produces mellow yet bland album

By | Oct 9, 2019

Kristin Chenoweth’s newest album, “For The Girls,” is a cover album featuring 12 songs, the majority of which were originally recorded by women.

Review: Bizarre and dynamic sequel offers engaging gameplay

By | Oct 8, 2019

“Borderlands 3,” Gearbox Software’s epic shooter-looter, is finally here.

Review: Indie-pop album embodies “All The Feels”

By | Oct 8, 2019

Fitz and The Tantrums, the six-person indie-pop and neo-soul band from Los Angeles is on a high note with its new album.

Review: Sci-fi film wanes into weariness and boredom

By | Oct 1, 2019

Director James Gray delivers a visionary look into the future with his new film, “Ad Astra,” starring Brad Pitt.

‘Deja View’- “47 Meters Down: Uncaged” vs. “Jaws”

By The Ithacan | Sep 19, 2019

In their first episode of the semester, hosts Rachael Weinberg and Diego Medina review the new release “47 Meters Down: Uncaged” and compare it to the original shark blockbuster, “Jaws.”
 
47 Meters Down: Uncaged trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvXjx8SZbv8

Review: Confusion and complexity shape third-person game

By | Sep 18, 2019

Video game developer Remedy Entertainment loves a good pastiche.

Review: Fluid and stylish animation carries biopic

By | Sep 11, 2019

The early 20th–century world of surrealism and scandal, backwoods Spanish villages and the bohemian Parisian art world are vividly illustrated in “Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles.” Directed by Salvador Simo, the animated biopic’s subject is Luis Buñuel, one of the most famous Spanish directors of the 20th century and a pioneer of surrealism and satire in film.

Review: “Pressure” is a dynamic album to remember

By | Sep 10, 2019

Florida-based band Wage War is one of the latest metalcore groups bursting into the mainstream.