Doooooooom: A Review [St. Jane Archives]

BY PATRICK TEDDER In such turbulent times where society is divided, along comes a quaint video game that allows you to “feel the burn” as you make the universe great again by mowing down demons from hell. Playing as Man Dude Bro (not his actual name) — Space Marine “Doom Guy,” (actually a name for the…

Film Reviews: The Witch [St. Jane Archives]

MARY BETH MCANDREWS Witch movies are a mixed bag.  Not since a film like Suspiria have witches felt scary in a film. But finally, with the help of a new director by the name of Robert Eggers, witches aren’t just old hags in pointy hats anymore. They’re evil, gross, and scary and Eggers has put them back…

Saul and Rebecca: A Tale of Two Lawyers [St. Jane Archives]

BY KEVIN KOESER t’s beautiful, divine coincidence that the two best shows currently on TV are both about West Coast lawyers struggling to find happiness and instead wind up burying themselves under a mountain of lies that will completely undo them. Even more surprising is they couldn’t be any more different in tone and presentation….

He Said/She Said At the Movies: “Pinky” [St. Jane Archives]

BY CRAIG LITTLE & TRACY LITTLE HE SAID: “It’s a movie from 1949 about race relations,” isn’t typically a phrase that will generate a lot of excitement. This would be a mistake as Pinky is a hidden gem of its era. Jeanne Crain stars as the titular Pinky, a woman who is at least 25% African-American but…

A Guide to Musician Apps [St. Jane Archives]

BY JUSTIN PACK Artists today are releasing their own apps, but are they anything more than an easy way to promote themselves? I went ahead and downloaded all of the ones I could fit on my 16 gig iPhone and started my research to figure out if any of these were actually worth downloading. Apps…

Show Stealer: Galavant’s King Richard [St. Jane Archives]

BY KEVIN KOESER To inaugurate this column I want to memorialize on of TV’s strangest shows, the winning and probably soon to be canceled fantasy musical Galavant. The key to Galavant’s charm was the contrast between the archetypical roles the characters were slotted into and how they acted within those roles. No one represented this contrast more than…

Deadpool: Reynolds Gets It Right [St. Jane Archives]

BY CODY CRAIG I’ll admit, going into Deadpool I had some pretty high hopes.  Growing up a comic book fan, I was well aware of the character and he has always been a personal favorite of mine.  Fast forward to the release of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and I watched in shock as my favorite anti-hero was absolutely butchered…

Binge Reviews: Netflix’s “Love” [St. Jane Archives]

BY TRACY LITTLE Not to be confused with its Netflix bedfellow Gaspar Noe’s Love (which is not safe to watch at work, in public, or any time before midnight and DEFINITELY not around children under 21 if you ask me), I binged watched this Netflix series and was incredibly disappointed… …that there weren’t more episodes….

Tuesday Tunesday: Car Seat Headrest

BY JADE ARTHERHULTS There are few things that feel as great as finding a band that makes you forget about the two feet of snow at your doorstep. Car Seat Headrest does just that. Formed by Will Toledo in 2010, this lo-fi psychedelic group has put out over ten albums on their Bandcamp. Teens of Style is a…

Supergirl: A Cheesy Pilot with Some Future Potential

BY RYAN FREEMAN As soon as I found out that Supergirl was airing on CBS, I knew what I was getting into, yet I forgot to temper my expectations while watching — so naturally I was left disappointed. But not without hope. The main issue is the dialogue. For the most part, it felt quite…