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‘Dead Island’ only slightly more lively than corpse

‘Dead Island’ only slightly more lively than corpse

The best way to start this review is by describing the amount of effort it took to actually start this game in the first place. Now, when I first heard…

Has film genre finally ‘jumped the shark’?

Has film genre finally ‘jumped the shark’?

Despite combining sharks and 3D, ‘Shark Night 3-D’ proves decent Upon viewing the trailer for Incentive Filmed Entertainment’s first film, “Shark Night 3-D,” one might believe so, but after viewing…

‘Wildwood’ entertains without fantasy element

‘Wildwood’ entertains without fantasy element

Decemberists fans have known Colin Meloy to be a writer for years; after all, he is the band’s primary songwriter. But despite years of telling fans that he is a…

Augustine from ‘My Life as Liz’ performs at Monmouth

Augustine from ‘My Life as Liz’ performs at Monmouth

“We’re professionals” quips Jordan Meredith, bending to get her dropped pick. “Yeah” says Louis Johnson laughing, “Uh, now she’s going to play a song. Oh, and I’m going to play…

VMAs ceases to surprise its audience

VMAs ceases to surprise its audience

  Lil’ Wayne’s pants are falling off, Lady Gaga’s rocking a five o’clock shadow, and Chris Brown is levitating over the stage. Sounds like a typical day at the MTV…

Counting pennies and nickels

Counting pennies and nickels

Making every cent count as an every day college student Money can’t buy you a higher GPA, but spending less on school supplies can help keep you and your bank…

‘Fright Night’ just alright

‘Fright Night’ just alright

American cinema’s love affair with old ideas continues with “Fright Night,” a remake of the 1985 cornball horror flick of the same name. In a summer full of retreads like…