Finding Dory

Shayna Frost The long awaited sequel to the classic Disney Pixar film Finding Nemo has finally arrived. On June 17, 2016, Finding Dory was released in theaters. The title “Finding Dory” is slightly misleading, as the plot of the movie pertains to finding...

DC: Dawn of Disaster?

DM Haight   Two years ago we watched from San Diego, CA as the Batman V Superman teaser was released. It was a huge surprise, coming right off the heels of Dark Knight Rises and Man of Steel. Everyone was excited to see the Superman logo and the...

Rashomon

DM Haight Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon is a pillar in world cinema. It is not a film unparalleled in today's vast library of films, but it was directed by a man who ensured that it would resonate with audiences for years to come. Since its 1950 release in...

Indy is Coming Back…Again!

DM Haight Earlier today we found out that Indiana Jones is returning to the big screen, yet again, in a still untitled film set to be released in July 2019. We're incredibly excited, as is the rest of the world, to hear this news and see Spielberg and Ford...

Singing a Different Tune: Suicide Squad

DM Haight A little over six months ago the world waited in anticipation for what many believe would be the hammer that started the war between the DC and Marvel cinematic universes. Some may think that Batman V Superman is the anticipation juggernaut, but...

Alan Rickman Passes Away

DM Haight   We are deeply saddened to report that Alan Rickman, star of stage and screen, passed away today at the age of 69 from cancer. His works extended far beyond what your average actor can achieve, reaching into the depths of comedy, drama,...

Metropolis: 89 Years Later

DM Haight 89 years ago today, director Fritz Lang and his wife, writer Thea von Harbou, were dressed to go to the premier of the most influential science fiction film of all time. On January 10th, 1927, at the Ufa-Palast am Zoo, film goers, critics, and film...

The Glory of Selma

DM Haight   There a few insights into the history of the Civil Rights Movement that can detail exactly how calculated some moves were. In our history classes we get a glazed over, donut-style tidbit of sugar-coated reality. What we don’t see are...