Spectacle: Killer Music

Henry Han, Contributing Writer
December 12, 2013
Filed under Blog, Spectacle

Killer Music: A Heavier Censorship Law is Needed Almost everyone has listened to a song where they didn’t know what the lyrics were saying. Or, many people are guilty of singing along too. Hip-hop music has been the center of controversy ever since its birth. Some of the lyrics can have a negative... Read more »

Spectacle: The Best Man Holiday

Spectacle: The Best Man Holiday

Tracy Wash II , Contributing Writer
December 11, 2013
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The Best Man Holiday is a film about a reunion of old friends that feels like going to an actual reunion. A reunion, you see, is only fun if you went to the school and recognize your friends. It’s certainly not fun if you didn’t, but were dragged along anyway. In that case, you’ll likely end... Read more »

Spectacle: 12 Years a Slave

Spectacle: 12 Years a Slave

Tracy Wash II, Contributing Writer
December 11, 2013
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Let me start off by saying I am in no way a big film critic. However, I have seen enough to know when a film is good or bad, and oh boy is 12 Years a Slave good. It is so good that I honestly have no problem with saying that if you have not seen it, you need to fix that as soon as you possibly can.... Read more »

Spectacle: “Delta Machine” Album Review

Spectacle: “Delta Machine” Album Review

Brandi Johnson, Contributing Writer
December 10, 2013
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Fans should get a kick out of listening to the latest Depeche Mode record Delta Machine. The multi-platinum selling synth-rock kings released their 13th record back in March, which was produced by Ben Hiller. Delta Machine is the third Depeche Mode album Ben Hiller has produced. With... Read more »

Spectacle: “The Walking Dead” Season 4, Episode 6 Recap

Spectacle: “The Walking Dead” Season 4, Episode 6 Recap

Alex Sack, Contributing Writer
November 24, 2013
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We open on the Governor sitting by a campfire. A walker approaches and falls on the fire. The Governor is undaunted and Martinez comes and shoots the walker in the head. The next morning, the Governor wakes up and sees that Martinez and his other associate, Shumpert, have left him. The Governor takes... Read more »

Spectacle: Oh My Darlin

Spectacle: Oh My Darlin

Bridget Bowhay, Contributing Writer
November 13, 2013
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If there is one thing that no one can ignore, it is nudity. Knowingly, Those Darlins stripped down for the cover of their third album and the music video that followed it. Shock appeal is nothing new to Those Darlins, whose sophomore album featured a woman who was, depending on the interpretation,... Read more »

Spectacle: “The Walking Dead” Season 4, Episode 4 & 5 Recap

Spectacle: “The Walking Dead” Season 4, Episode 4 & 5 Recap

Alex Sack, Contributing Writer
November 13, 2013
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Carol and Rick head out to search for supplies. The tension is thick between the two of them, and with Rick knowing of Carol’s murder of Karen and David, we are left wondering what Rick is going to do about it. Daryl, Tyreese, Michonne, and Bob are still searching for medical supplies. Tyreese is... Read more »

Spectacle: “The Walking Dead” Season 4, Episode 3 Recap

Spectacle: “The Walking Dead” Season 4, Episode 3 Recap

Alex Sack, Contributing Writer
October 29, 2013
Filed under Blog, Spectacle

We start with Glenn and Maggie digging graves in the yard. The flu is starting to take more lives. We move back to Tyreese and the two burnt bodies, one of which is Karen. Rick, Daryl, and Carol try to console Tyreese, but he begins to lose it. He punches Rick in the face several times and Rick fights... Read more »