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AHS ‘Cult’ Touches on Political Climate

AHS ‘Cult’ Touches on Political Climate By Annabel Rocha | September 10, 2017 Familiar voices boom from the television as the opening scenes of ‘American Horror Story: Cult’ shows flashbacks from a true American tragedy: The 2016 presidential election.  

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Diana, The People’s Princess, Not Forgotten 20 Years Later

Diana, The People’s Princess, Not Forgotten 20 Years Later By Yvan Sanchez | August 27, 2017 The film started with footage of paparazzi turning into Olympic athletes to get that one picture of her, the princess, simply to make a

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Audiences will go wild for “The Jungle Book”

Audiences will go wild for “The Jungle Book”By: Ariana DeCastro | April 25th, 2016 Photo Courtesy of Eva Rinaldi/ Flickr When the trailer of “The Jungle Book” released, many movie­goers were excited to see another Disney animation come to life.

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Four major things you missed at the 2016 CinemaCon

The largest and most significant gathering of movie theater owners from around the world took place here in Las Vegas this past week from April 11 to 14. CinemaCon, the official convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO),

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Batman v Superman: A Dismal Beginning to a New Series

  **The following review doesn’t reveal any spoilers except a brief synopsis and some details revealed in the trailers. **   Ever since “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” was announced at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con, the world

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What’s New This Week?

The A & E Calendar   What’s On Campus   REMixed Awareness Week   March 28-April 1, various locations on campus   This week, also known as Racially and Ethnically Mixed week, focuses on celebrating and raising better awareness of

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Confessions of a Former Rocky Horror Virgin

  By Olivia Enriquez Contreras   I lost my “Rocky Horror virginity” when I unleashed the sensual goddess in me Thursday night at The Rebel Horror Picture Show.   A “Rocky Horror Virgin” is someone who has never attended a showing

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Oscars So White

By now most of you have heard of the trending hashtag #OscarSoWhite, or a boycott taking place on Feb. 28 — the day of The Oscars — or about the controversy around the lack of diversity in this year’s list

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Students take annual Sundance Film Festival in Utah

The Sundance Film Festival might conjure up connotations of bundled up hipsters sipping mocha lattes and uttering cultural buzz words like “auteur” and “milieu,” but it is so much more than the cliché.   The festival is held every year

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Student Org Spotlight: Reb Carpet Films

Reb Carpet Films starts its second semester at UNLV and hopes to foster collaborations between different departments in the College of Fine Arts and others.   Meetings for the organization are held every Monday at 5:30 p.m. in room 219

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