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July 26, 2021
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Review: Horror film twists tropes

By | May 3, 2021

“Things Heard & Seen” is a new approach on the familiar horror-trope of a family getting more than they bargained for when spirits accompany their new home.


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.


Column: Why do viewers come back to bad shows

By | Apr 21, 2021

“Riverdale,” a teen drama fueled by little more than smut and thin mysteries, is currently airing its fifth season on The CW. How has this critically panned show managed to carry on so long? 


Review: Drama depicts the threats that gentrification poses

By | Apr 16, 2021

“Concrete Cowboy” is a successful call to action for viewers to educate themselves about the current problems with increased gentrification.


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: Dynamic trio shows off talents in latest album

By | Apr 6, 2021

AJR has mastered the ability to write heavy and moving lyrics without weighing down the tracks. It offers listeners a sense of community, allowing beauty to be found in a sea of darkness.


Buy Nothing Project comes to Ithaca

By | Mar 17, 2021

Buy Nothing Caption: The Buy Nothing Project connects members in the same community to establish a local gift-giving economy.


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.


Will Eisner Week concludes with comic writing workshop

By | Mar 3, 2021

Find a superhero cape and a pen, because it is Will Eisner Week at the Tompkins County Public Library. The library holds the week every March in honor of the late cartoonist, Will Eisner.


Review: Crime-thriller film gives power to female leads

By | Mar 2, 2021

Giving a much-needed breath of fresh air to the crime-thriller genre, “I Care a Lot” is a gratifying adrenaline rush from start to finish.


Review: Italian film paints story of love, loss and betrayal

By | Feb 19, 2021

“L’ultimo paradiso” is a melodramatic Italian film that lets intrigue take full control over the narrative with little semblance of realism.


Couples keep love alive online

By | Feb 13, 2021

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, one of the few holidays left unscathed by the COVID-19 pandemic is approaching. Love is in the air, but relationships look a little different this year.