As a fan of theater, improv, and weddings, I was elated to have an all-in-one experience while attending Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding on Saturday night. I’ve heard tell of this show over the years and knew that it was an immersive/interactive play about a young couple getting married and the crazy family and friends that are part … More Review: “Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding” is a blast
Anyone who knows me, knows that I love Alan Thicke. For years, he has been one of my favorite actors. This dates back to when I was around 6 or 7 and discovered “Growing Pains” reruns on ABC Family. Since then, I’ve become enamored with his career; mainly his comedic impact on the entertainment industry. … More Alan Thicke, 1947-2016
This past summer, I was at my cousin’s apartment one morning shooting the breeze. While hanging out, he threw on an episode of “Seinfeld” for background noise. Though I was familiar with the show and had seen a decent number of episodes over the years, I became completely engrossed at that particular moment as if it were … More The Great “Seinfeld” Watch of 2016
With snow and merriment just around the corner, Illinois State University students talked about what their favorite holiday movies are and why.
The world of film and television is something that I have adored since before I can remember. During my childhood, I would spend hours in the video store and would watch my favorite movies over and over until I knew every line (if there is ever a career that involves quoting Grease in its entirety, I have … More My Ode to Film and Television
Rarely does a film come along that captures the hearts of audience members of all ages. Even more rare is when said captivation lasts for decades. This is what happened with the Back to the Future trilogy, and yesterday the present caught up with future. In the 1989 sequel, Back to the Future Part II, … More How I Spent My “Back to the Future” Day
On Aug. 30, the cinematic world lost a key player with the death of horror director, Wes Craven. Craven, best known for directing A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) and the Scream franchise, died at the age of 76 after a battle with brain cancer. The Internet was flooded was outpourings of sadness over Craven’s … More Remembering Wes Craven