Arts and Culture Film

Killers of the Flower Moon Review: A Masterfully Told Tragedy

I was rather shocked to learn that 80 year old director Martin Scorsese had another movie set to release so soon after 2020’s “The Irishman.” “Irishman” was a movie filled with themes of what it’s like to see the world change around you as you grow old. Seemingly the perfect film for a director with […]

Arts and Culture Wheaton

Do Wheaton College Artists Dream of Electric Sheep?

A Conversation on A.I Art In the past few months, it has been nearly impossible to escape the A.I. conversation. Almost every American industry has had conversations on what their futures hold with the growing strength of online predictive algorithms like Open AI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard. One such group that has had especially fascinating […]


Saw X Review: Too Little and Too Late

Amongst film discourse, it’s somewhat of a running gag that successful, gory, low budget horror movies are nearly always turned into massive cash cow franchises. This is regardless of how convoluted and unnecessarily stretched out their stories become. At the end of the day, if you throw the name Halloween, Friday the 13th, or A […]


Emma Seligman’s Bottoms

With 2023 coming to an end, it’s easy to assume that a lot of the year’s heavy-hitter film releases have already come and left theaters. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth thanks to the release of Emma Seligman’s sophomore dark comedy, Bottoms. The film follows highschool students PJ (Rachel Sennott) and Josie (Ayo […]