Jigsaw

By Andres Segura For 6 years, 2004-2010, the horrific and gory movie series “SAW” took us over. This year the craze is revived by the all new installment called “Jigsaw”. For those who haven’t seen a Saw movie, basically people are trapped with their lives at risk and have to find a way out. But…

How Directors Make Audiences Cry

By Alec Nunez Sadness is difficult for a director to convey and have the audience feel. Emotions such as grief cannot feel forced or it will negate the director’s original goal of making the audience cry, nor can it be lacking as a result of attempting to prevent a forceful feeling. A bad filmmaker will…

The Recent Evolution of DC and Marvel

By Jason Aquino Comic books have been on the rise in popularity in recent years. We’ve gone from having a decent comic book movie every few years to having three or more appearances from the Avengers, Iron Man, Thor, and Batman every few months. Just last year, we got six comic book movies from both…

Movies You Should Watch ASAP

By Karimar Gatica Does picking out movies to watch on Netflix overwhelm you? Perhaps reading the reviews and ratings is not exactly the right thing to do when choosing a movie, as every movie should be given a chance whatever the rating.Sometimes the ratings are accurate though, and afterwards you either sit there wondering why…

A New Generation of Jedi

By: Joshua Muller         Star Wars Episode VII has quickly become one the highest grossing movie in history. Upon its release fans were discouraged due to the bad feedback episodes one through three got. The movie release on December 18th broke multiple records at the Box office and gave fans a new hope on the…

Movie Review:One Missed Call

  (Japanese version) By Melissa Lopez Release date: January 17, 2004 (Japan) and April 22, 2005 (USA) Runtime: 1 hr. 51 min. Storyline: One Missed Call is originally a Japanese film directed by Takashi Miike. In 2008, director Eric Valette remade  Takashi’s movie. The original film, in my opinion, is better because remakes usually leave…

Exorcist Movie Review

By Maciel Bustos The Exorcist (1973) “The Exorcist” is a film about 12-year-old Regan McNeil (Linda blair) who became tragically possessed by her friend “Captain Howdy,” who she met by playing a OUIJA BOARD.  Regan’s mother (Ellen Burstyn) calls for help from Father Merrin (Max Von Sydow) and Father Karras (Jason Miller); the two work…