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That’s a Wrap for AIFF

That’s a Wrap for AIFF

Ashland wrapped up it’s 16th annual nationally ranked, independent film festival. The Ashland Independent Film Festival (AIFF) ran from Thursday, April 6 through Monday, April 10 at a variety of venues throughout the city. This ever expanding film festival which was ranked in the top 25 “coolest film festivals in the world” by Movie Maker Magazine […]

Review: Split

Review: Split

This last weekend, film director, screenwriter and producer M. Night Shyamalan debuted his film Split, a movie revolving around Kevin Wendell Crumb and his 24 personalities. The first scene shows Casey during a birthday party, completely withdrawn from her surroundings. The audience soon after finds out Casey was a pity invite, and is often in […]

Review: Rocky Horror Picture Show

Review: Rocky Horror Picture Show

Southern Oregon University’s Rocky Horror Picture Show was one for the books. Being a Rocky Horror Picture Show virgin I did not quite know what to expect walking in for yearly show hosted by EPIC. With just a brief and fairly unhelpful explanation of the show, I was unsure of what I was getting myself […]

Next in Que: Master of None

Next in Que: Master of None

“Long term relationships are tough. You can’t just expect a big, roaring fire right away, right? You know, you can’t put the big logs in first. You start with the small stuff. Kindling, all right? You add that, then you put in the big logs and then you have a roaring fire. And that’s a […]

Next in Que: Bloodline

Next in Que: Bloodline

One of the biggest shows to hit Netflix in the past year is their original show “Bloodline”.  Bloodline follows the Rayburn family who owns a hotel in the Florida Keys where they deal with a dark past and even darker future. Bloodline has one season on Netflix with the second coming on May 27th.  The family […]

Next in Que: Fresh Meat Series 1

Next in Que: Fresh Meat Series 1

“Everybody’s got a vibe Howard, yours is the whole NHS specs, chronic masterbator, Lord of the Rings fan vibe.” -Vod Fresh Meat Fresh Meat is an outrageous British comedy that underneath reflects a very real college experience. The trials and tribulations of first year university students, or “freshers” as they say in the U.K., dealing with […]

Next in Que: American Horror Story Coven

Next in Que: American Horror Story Coven

American Horror story has forced its way into households and become fairly popular, considering it’s not very good.  With many references to pop culture and strong teen roles, the series has found its niche in viewers, predominantly young women. Now AHS does check off some important criteria when examining its popularity in the country. With […]

Robin Williams Film Tribute to be Held at SOU Music Recital Hall

For all those Robin Williams fans here at SOU, there’s an event you will not want to miss. Sunday, Oct. 5, the university will be putting on a Robin Williams film tribute at the Southern Oregon University Music Recital Hall. The tribute will consist of four films: “Dead Poets Society,” “Good Will Hunting,” “Patch Adams,” […]

Review: Student Film Festival Showcases Artistic Talent

With over 34 entries, the 2014 Student Film Festival was sure to be jam-packed with all the film artistry SOU could muster. Chazlyn Lovely, the student coordinator for the event, thanked the student film contributors, saying she and the judges were “blown away by the time and effort put into each and every film…we were […]

Review: “The Amazing Spiderman 2” a Worthy Sequel

Ashland, Ore. – I’m actually very surprised at the mixed reviews for the newest Spiderman installment. I thought it was a thoroughly enjoyable film, and I like it as much as last month’s The Winter Soldier. The fact that the latter has a 35 percent higher approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes shocked me. Many viewers […]

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