The Master Review

Jason Madanjian ‘15 / Emertainment Monthly Staff After a five year absence, writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson returns to the big screen with The Master, a polarizing film that tackles religion, war…

Chasing Mavericks Review [Spoilers]

Amanda Doughty ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff If there is one thing this movie taught me, it is that real life is not scripted like a movie. There were several moments when I was like “why is …

Seven Psychopaths Review

Daniel Kendi ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff In his second feature film, Academy Award winning director Martin McDonagh creates a strange story with compelling characters, over the top action, …

Assassin's Creed III Preview

Michael Moccio ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff For those of you who have never heard about Assassin’s Creed, get to the nearest Gamestop and buy a copy of the first installment. But, for now, h…

Hotel Transylvania Review

Viktoriya Berezovskaya ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff The weather’s getting colder, the leaves are changing, and there are big bags of candy at CVS. That can only mean one thing, it̵…

Mumford & Sons "Babel" Review

Laura Martin ’14 / Emertainment Monthly Editor Mumford and Sons released their new album Babel in the US on September 24 and one thing is for sure: it could not have come any sooner. Pre-orders …