Rihanna’s eighth studio album, ANTI, was aptly named. After releasing Unapologetic in 2012, Rihanna had only a handful of singles stretched over a span of four years. FourFiveSeconds and American Oxygen fared pretty well on U.S. charts and made sure Rihanna stayed a household name. Prior to the original release date in January, the entire… Read More A Track-by-Track Review of “ANTI”
Spoiler alert! Movies, most of them seem to have the same plot these days, but “The Forest” was certainly a standout. With a bucket of fresh popcorn and a 64-ounce drink (Waterford Cinemas now provides massive drink options), we were ready to watch this new thriller with Natalie Dormer and Taylor Kinney (in real… Read More “The Forest” Movie Review
Cult 90’s films and sitcoms made it a rite of passage to somehow be involved in a laughable high school rock band. Whether you’re the girlfriend who’s the subject of the post break-up song or the parents stuck having band practice in their garage, most high school punk rock bands fall apart just as quickly… Read More Royal Oaks Review
Ever since Jim Spinnato made his debut performance at Ledyard High School, students are still in shock. Those who witnessed his ability to hypnotize are still sharing videos from the night. From rapping to yodeling, the night was definitely full of random acts. Despite the laughter and outrageous performances, there was one individual who sat… Read More Ledyard Hypnotist Show Review
The film starts with Smaug’s attack on the Lake City, and it’s dead. The dwarves isolate into the mountain and ignore the help searching people from the lake, because the Arkenstone made Thorin sick. Elves and other dwarves arrive and they are “eye to eye” as enemies to each other. But the big battle is… Read More The Battle Has Begun
Just hearing the song on the radio, you can tell “Take Me to Church” has a deeper meaning than many of the popular songs heard today. However, the music video has instantly hit another level, from the symbolism of the chained box to the gruesome treatment of the characters. The video is focused around the… Read More More Than a Song
The success of the 2013 film The Conjuring has brought forth its creepy prequel, Annabelle. Directed by John R. Leonetti, and starring Annabelle Wallis, Ward Horton, and Alfre Woodard, the horror flick manages to scare its audience, but fails to captivate them with an interesting storyline. Set in the late 1960s, Annabelle centers on Mia… Read More A Good Scare or a Huge Disappointment?