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The Bleak, Enigmatic ‘Spiderland’ Turns 25

Connor Rafferty, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2016

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This year marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the enigmatic album "Spiderland."  Louisville’s own Slint formed 30 years ago this year. They broke up in 1991, leaving us with two albums (and releasing a post-breakup EP in 1994). The original lineup consisted of bassist Ethan Buckler,...

‘Deadpool’ Emotional, Fun — and a Bit Disturbing

Jack Tompkins, Staff Reporter

March 11, 2016

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Most movies today seem to have a formula infused in the genre. Mysteries and thrillers try to keep you guessing. Comedies have jokes that are repetitive. Romances have a couple fall in love, break up, then get back together. You can usefully tell how a movie will end about halfway through. But every...

Thin Plot but Plenty of Laughs in ‘Ride Along 2’

Michael Hellinger, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2016

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Explosions, nightclub shootouts, and sports cars in Miami. Sounds like another another edition of the neverending buddy cop movie franchise. "Ride Along 2 -- Training Day is Over" is the second production of the series. Atlantic City rookie cop Ben Barber (Kevin Hart), who wants nothing more than to prov...

Fallout 4 a Mix of Good and Bad

Robert Davis, Editor

January 4, 2016

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The year 2077, the year the world unfurled. The Great War between the United States and China wages on, until ending with complete nuclear destruction. The company Vault Tec created many vaults for such an event. Many fled to these vaults. You are one of the many that fled to these vaults, where you...

You Better Watch Out. You Better Not Pout ………… Krampus is Coming to Town!

Patrick Schmitt, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2015

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The stockings are hung, the family is near, the fire is hot, and Krampus is here. A darkly funny tale of the horrors of a chilling folkloric figure’s mental onslaught on a squabbling family on Christmas Eve, "Krampus" delivers clumsy laughs, scares and important lessons to be remembered more so...

My Morning Jacket a Louisville Treasure

Axel Halvarson, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2015

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“One of the top five bands in the country right now,” said Dillon Raidt, a Trinity graduate and major fan of Louisville’s own My Morning Jacket. I agree. My Morning Jacket combines a Louisville flavor of folk and bluegrass combined with brilliant lyrics that put listeners into a new wo...

6s Camera Upgrade No Reason to Drop iPhone 6

Jacob Travelstead, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2015

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"The only thing that's changed is everything," boasts Apple's newest slogan following the release of the company's latest models, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. At first glance, the newest additions to Apple's widely popular iPhone series don't appear any different than their predecessors. External ...

‘Spectre’ Works While Paying Homage to Earlier Bond Films

Patrick Schmitt, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2015

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2015 has been a big year in the world of movies. Theaters teemed with more and more people as December's preceding months flew by, with the several highly anticipated Academy-reaching films teasing audiences every opportunity they got. But if you were to stamp each month, before the chaos Christmas...

Nothing Offensive About This O-Line!

Nick Bradford, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2015

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“Sit where you’d like,” I was told as I walked into O-Line Sports Grill. They weren't overly busy, and I wondered if this was a good option for dinner; then I realized it was a Tuesday, about 7:15 p.m. -- no big football games tonight. I looked around to see where I could get the best vi...

‘The Martian’ a Thrilling, Inspirational Journey

Robert Davis, Editor

November 10, 2015

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Stranded and alone on an empty planet with nothing but your wits and resourcefulness. This is the basis for the "The Martian," directed by Ridley Scott and adapted from the novel by Andy Weir. Astronaut Mark Watney, left on Mars after a sandstorm forces his team off the red planet, is up against impossible...

Moving ‘American Sniper’ Evokes Silence

Daniel McCarthy, Staff Reporter

February 26, 2015

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There aren’t a lot of things that irritate me, but I can tell you that applause at the end of a movie is definitely near the top. Despite my irritation, that inevitable applause has concluded every movie I’ve seen in theaters -- all except one: "American Sniper." This film, directed by Clint...

‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ — Third Version Not Equal to the First, But Tops the Second

Robert Davis, Staff Reporter

February 3, 2015

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A strange breach has opened up in the sky right after the death of the grand cleric from a blast where you stand -- at the epicenter.  You awake with a strange marking on your hand that can close the rifts that allow demons to pour through across the land. You must reinstate and lead the inquisition...

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