A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Killer Inside: Netflix docuseries offers insight into American tragedy

March 2, 2020 3:50pm | Cecilia Rodriguez, '22

The 2020 docuseries Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez, has viewers feeling all types of ways. Feelings of confusion from believing whether he’s guilty or not to feeling attraction towards a suspected murder. This is a Ted Bundy situation all over again. Just like […]

“Gretel & Hansel” gives viewers mixed emotions

March 2, 2020 2:54pm | Jasmine Davis, ‘22

The movie “Gretel & Hansel” is not a “scary” film, but it sure is an interesting one. The modern retelling has changed a lot since its original telling in 1812, but the real question is, does this thriller movie live up to its original story? […]

Harley Quinn’s new film, “Birds Of Prey” deserves more recognition

February 28, 2020 3:31pm | Zenaida Vasquez, '20

The DC universe has introduced a new addition  to their family and her name is “Birds Of Prey (and the fantabulous emancipation of  One Harley Quinn)”. If you like spontaneous and colorful violence then this movie is for you. As everyone knows Harley Quinn, is […]

New Netflix doc portrays Taylor Swift’s pathway to adulthood

February 27, 2020 2:06pm | Susan Gradys-Parada, '22

Calling all Taylor Swift fans! Or as they like to call themselves, ”Swifties”. Netflix has released a new documentary about the one and only Taylor Swift and an inside of her personal life. Directed by Emmy winner Lana Wilson and produced by Academy Award winner […]

Joker redefines what it means to be a comic book movie

November 5, 2019 1:48pm | Neziah Osayi '20

The anticipation of going to see the newly released Joker movie was almost as scary as the movie itself. This year’s Joker film certainly isn’t the best movie of all time, not even the best superhero of all time. However, in the current landscape of […]

“The Curse of La Llorona”: A flop

May 7, 2019 12:46am | Gissel Jimenez, '19

Horror films are supposed to be creepy, gorey, sending chills down your spine, and give you nightmares, etc. Yes, many of them are hard to watch and are intriguing because of the trailers, but please, don’t fall for trailers, because most of the time, those […]

Audiences need to Get In with Us

April 3, 2019 1:05am | Neziah Osayi, '20

The 2019 movie Us surpasses the bar of a traditional horror flick, as the film dips its toe into numerous themes and genres that are usually unexpected from a “horror” film like this. The film serves as the sophomore feature of first-time director Jordan Peele, […]

New Dragonball film leaves fans wanting more

March 1, 2019 6:13pm | Justice John, '19

Calling all anime fans! This one’s for you. Dragon Ball Super: Broly, released on November 14, 2018,  is a fun, exciting must-watch for Dragon Ball Z and anime fans alike. While some references may go over their heads, even newcomers will enjoy the incredible fight […]

2019 movies bring action and horror to screen

February 21, 2019 5:41pm | Neziah Osayi, '20

The year 2019 is looking to be one of the biggest years for movies since the Big Bang. 2019 is the year of “The Franchise”, as it’s loaded with movies that bust every block and fill every seat in the theatre. Now, despite most of […]

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse: The most marvelous movie of the year

December 25, 2018 9:40pm | Neziah Osayi '20

“Spider-man: Into the Spider Verse” is not only the best Spider-Man movie since “Spiderman 2”, or even  one of the best movies of the year, it also proves that Hollywood movies can be creative,innovative, smart, and make bank at the box office without sacrificing quality […]