September 25, 2022
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Review: New horror creation shocks audiences

By | Sep 20, 2022

In the thrillingly unpredictable new horror movie “Barbarian,” two strangers find themselves stuck in a house full of secrets together.


Column: Spider-Man re-release disrespects fans

By | Sep 14, 2022

Sony’s recent re-release of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is just one recent example of studios disrespecting fans with lazy, money-milking content.


IC chemist uses cooking to promote diversity

By | Sep 7, 2022

Honey and dried guajillo chiles was the dish that Daisy Rosas Vargas, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at Ithaca College, prepared in an episode of the “Chemists in the Kitchen.”


Review: Action-packed “Beast” falters in execution

By | Aug 29, 2022

The Idris Elba-led action movie “Beast” entertains, but fails to leave a lasting impression once the story is over.


Review: Summer 2022 movie releases

Jordan Peele, Carey Williams and Dean Fleischer-Camp are among the many directors who released new projects during the summer 2022 movie season.


Rainbow Reception Held for LGBT Students

On April 29, Ithaca College held its annual Rainbow Reception in Emerson Suites. The reception is for LGBT graduating seniors to receive their rainbow cords that are worn at graduation.


Review: Rom-com revival boasts strong leads

By | Apr 7, 2022

Despite a few minor plot-based inconsistencies, “The Lost City” delivers a fun and engaging film thanks to its stars.


Review: “The Batman” does not disappoint

By | Mar 9, 2022

With stellar performances and a riveting plotline, “The Batman” leaves viewers enthralled throughout the film’s entire length.


Review: Game turned Film has some potential

By | Feb 24, 2022

While “Uncharted” doesn’t fulfill the expectations of longtime fans, it’s a step in the right direction for video game films.


Mini movie reviews for December 2021-January 2022

Avery Alexander, Senior Writer  
“Sing 2”
5/5 Stars 
“Sing” was one of the most pleasant surprises from Illumination Studios since “Despicable Me.” Fortunately, “Sing 2” proves to be just as charming as its predecessor and preserves the franchise’s status as, perhaps, the most compelling Illumination franchise to date. 


Review: Summer 2021 movie releases

“The Suicide Squad,” “Black Widow,” “Summer of Soul” and “Jungle Cruise” were films that created noise in a summer movie season with many releases.


Review: New Disney superhero movie embodies imagination

By | Mar 11, 2021

Disney+’s “Flora & Ulysses” perfectly captures this sense of imagination in a family-friendly adventure filled with laughs, charm and plenty of heart.