Category: Film and Television

Man-Thing, Elsa, and Werewolves! Oh My!

A Review of Marvel’s First “Special Presentation,” Werewolf by Night ’Tis the season to be spooky (even if this is published after Halloween). Marvel has truly put out a visual masterpiece with Werewolf by Night, which eloquently meets the demands of monster movie mayhem. Werewolf by Night is a black and white special presentation film […]

Nina Miscioscia '24

Happily “Never” After

A beloved book series comes to life In May of 2013, the first book in the School for Good and Evil series by Soman Chainani was released. After nine years, it has become one of the most popular young adult novels, has had five additional installments to the series, and most recently, has been turned […]

Madelyn Young '25

Passing the Medallion

Liam Hemsworth set to replace Henry Cavill in Season 4 of Netflix’s hit show, The Witcher This past Saturday, Netflix announced that a new actor will play Geralt of Rivia in the fourth season of The Witcher, stating that Liam Hemsworth will take the place of Henry Cavill in the fantasy series after three seasons. […]

Liz Keating '24

Film Review: Prey 

A Thoughtful Reinvention of a Cult Classic Despite being a cult classic in the genre of slightly campy, ’80s sci-fi action Predator (1987) has always had its challenges with sequels. You would think that making a movie based largely on a handful of very intense people fighting an invisible crab man in an exotic locale […]

Patrick Smith '26

A New Era of Horror

A Clash of Bold Innovation and Time-Honored Tradition Throughout its history as a genre of film media, horror-related cinema has long been defined by the tropes and stylistic flourishes of its era. There has often been a film, or a small collection of films, that would go on to inspire countless successors, imitators, and more. […]

Patrick Smith '26

Are You Green With Envy?

Reviewing She-Hulk Without the Review-Bombing Extreme battle lines have been drawn between those who love the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 4 releases and those who, to put it lightly, don’t. However controversial this may be, Phase 4 has some of the best projects the MCU has released to date and one of them is 100 percent […]

Nina Miscioscia '24

They’re Back!

Hocus Pocus 2 Filmed in Providence  After 29 years, Disney’s beloved Halloween classic has finally gotten its sequel—and it was filmed right here in Providence. Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker reprised their iconic roles as Sarah, Mary, and Winifred Sanderson and give a performance just as amazing as they did in 1993.  […]

Madelyn Young '25