Month: November 2020

Quentin Tarantino’s “Fire Trilogy”

Written by Gus Torrey If you have ever had the pleasure of lending your afternoon to any sort of conversation encircling legendary director Quentin Tarantino’s nine films, it has been, without a doubt, dominated by a singular concept: violence. Whether it be Uma Thurman’s quick katana work in 2003’s Kill Bill or the unfortunate fate of Officer Marvin Nash’s ear… Read more →

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Game Review (from someone who doesn’t know anything about video games)

Written by Chloe Creed As much as I’ve tried, I’ve never really enjoyed video games. Besides the occasional Mario Kart race or Guitar Hero performance, I’ve kept my distance from the video game world, partially because I’m terrible at anything that doesn’t use a Wii remote. However, with the onset of quarantine last summer, I found myself looking for an… Read more →