Sunshine glitters through the trees as the navy blue PT cruiser careens through the gravel roads of Zaleski State Forest in Vinton County, Ohio. The old car rumbles along, balancing precariously on the edge of valleys that shoot down into the abyss of the forest. It’s a drive that leaves the nerves a little frayed, but it gets 21-year-old Taylor Mead to where she needs to go: the abandoned Moonville tunnel.
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Love locks adorn the bridge that serves as an entrance to the abandoned Moonville railroad tunnel. After having driven along the gravel roads that only continued to narrow as the valleys grew deeper in Zaleski State Forest, I observe the faded golds and pristine silvers of padlocks old and new. The bridge leads me toward the tunnel, looming in the distance. Graffiti already begins to appear on the trees swaying in the wind. Bushes filled with bright yellow flowers buzz from the droves of bees within them.
Unus Annus, the YouTube channel run by Mark Fischbach and Ethan Nestor, is officially less than two weeks out from its inevitable deletion. If you haven’t been keeping up, it’s about that time now where it’ll be nearly impossible to see every video. Luckily for those who fell behind, or maybe even those looking for a way to look back, I’ve gone ahead and picked the best video of each month to have come from the death-obsessed dynamic duo.
Back in 2013, The Conjuring absolutely blew me away. It was smart, it was well-produced and well-written, it had fantastic actors and, most importantly, it was terrifying. James Wan delivered on all the pure elements audiences have come to love about good horror films while simultaneously leaving his trademark touch on the overall story and feel of the film. Little did anyone know, though, was that The Conjuring would soon spawn an entire MCU-esque universe of films filled to the brim with killer dolls and demonic nuns.
If there’s anything that 2020 has taught the world so far, it’s that real life can often be more frightening than any old ghost or monster lurking around the corner. And Mike Flanagan, the mastermind behind Netflix’s latest hit The Haunting of Bly Manor, has used this terrifying realization to his extreme advantage.
October 2010 seems like yesterday when looking back on The Walking Dead. And I don’t think fans, or even Robert Kirkman himself, would’ve been able to predict the cultural phenomenon it would become in the span of a decade; let alone the fact that a second spin-off would be premiering after the tenth season’s finale this past weekend.
2020 seems to be an absolute unending stream of anguish and disappointment. To make matters even worse, one disaster after the next has been combined with a global pandemic that put a halt to essentially the entire entertainment industry. Which, quite frankly, has left a lot to be desired in terms of distractions.
Ohio has officially decided it’s time to start getting cold and with that comes the realization that fall is upon us. September is coming to an end, October is just around the corner and before we know it, Christmas will be all over everything. But, in an effort to try to get time to slow down a little bit and enjoy the start to the fall season, I’ve put together some movie recommendations to keep this time of year going strong -- maybe with a little help from my girlfriend who isn’t as much of a winter fanatic as I am. And to my surprise, there’s actually a fair amount to keep the TV going over the coming months.
The news has broken that the gory, zombie-filled series based on the comic book by Robert Kirkman is coming to an end.
Superheroes are seemingly everywhere these days. They’re in TV shows, movies, video games, you name it. Whether it be originals or adaptations, these various forms of entertainment all have their own unique approaches to the genre. Some go realistic, some aim for extreme comic book accuracy, and others take the more satirical or comedic angle.
Football is back, with kickoff scheduled for next Thursday between the defending Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans. It’s exciting for a lot of players, fans and fantasy fanatics everywhere after so many had questioned if the 2020 NFL season would even happen with a global pandemic going on and all. Now, however, an even more imposing question remains: will it stay?
Back in my freshman year of college, I found out about a superhero show on Netflix that was based on a comic book by the lead of My Chemical Romance and pillar of so many adolescent emo phases, Gerard Way. Both I, and the world, quickly fell in love with the stylistic, humor-filled series and the troubled super family it followed. So much so that I decided to write a column in which I ranked the members of The Umbrella Academy.
I’ve never actually browsed through Netflix for a TV show. Searching for a movie to throw on is one thing, but usually, I’ve had my sights set on something when I’ve booted up Netflix to binge-watch a series in the past. Lately, though, with the quarantine running my list of shows to watch dry, I’ve started to let my eyes wander toward the recommendations showcased on the streaming platform.
I’ve never been a huge fan of anime. With the mass number of fans the genre has, I’m usually afraid to admit that. It’s never been a problem with the stories or the characters; the style of the series and the animation itself has always made me a little uncomfortable. I don’t know why. Yes, it’s honestly unreasonable, and, of course, I still have the utmost respect for what the shows do and the entertainment they provide to millions of people.
It seems like in the blink of an eye the world changed in ways we never thought it would. As coronavirus continues to spread in areas of the world, daily life is shutting down and more and more people are being ordered to stay at home for the safety of the general population. This shut down, of course, also includes universities, leaving many college students stuck with the stressful reality of online school while a global pandemic constantly goes on in the background.
YouTube, perhaps more than any other platform, is extremely easy to get lost in. From the shorter format of most videos to the sheer number of content creators out there, hours can slip by in the blink of an eye while watching. It all but encourages unproductive binge-watching in which you lose chunks of your life without meaning. A newer channel that likes to focus on that idea is Unus Annus.
The debate of who is the best on-screen portrayal of the Joker has been long, back and forth and only gotten more complicated with the addition of Joaquin Phoenix to the list. Perhaps the even more passionate argument, who is the worst Joker, has been a little more simple and agreed upon after Jared Leto’s take in Suicide Squad.
Yes, I’ve written about Sex Education before. But if any television series deserves to be written about twice, it’s this one. The Netflix series came back louder, larger and with a lot left to say for its sophomore season.
The week after the Oscars usually has a lot of people talking, whether they watched the show or not. Amid the chaos of reactions to awkward moments on Twitter and cries of anguish from fans of films that didn't do so well, there is always a batch of key moments to remember when looking forward to next year's awards. And while this year was a bit calmer, there are certainly a number of significant takeaways from the 92nd Academy Awards.
It’s officially about time for the Oscars, which means it’s also officially about time for everybody to start voicing all their film opinions, whether they know anything about movies or not. And on that note, let’s get to some predictions for this year’s Academy Awards.