New “Till” movie avoids exploitation of horrifying hate crime

By Mikayla Silcox Elm Staff Writer “Till,” a film about the 1955 torture and lynching of…

Billy Eichner’s “Bros” fails to deliver the groundbreaking take on romantic comedies its marketing promised

By Liv Barry Lifestyle Editor Billy Eichner’s new film “Bros” is the embodiment of a mid-life…

Movie review: “Sonic the Hedgehog”

By Percy Mohn Elm Staff Writer Since its announcement in 2014, the “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie…

Why “Love, Simon” is a Must-Watch for People of All Sexual Orientations

By Brian Brecker  Elm Staff Writer “Love, Simon” does not merely tug at your heartstrings, for an LGBTQ…

For Better or Worse, the Best Stories Are True; Reviewing the Recent War Film, “Thank You for Your Service”

By Jason Yon Senior Writer Miles Teller is rapidly becoming, in my opinion, one of the best actors…

Reviewing “Only the Brave,” A Movie Based on a True Story

By Jason Yon Senior Writer “Only the Brave” is the true story of a group of Arizona…

Is “Desierto” as Dry as it Sounds? An Honest Review of a Recent Movie Thriller

By Jason Yon Senior Writer In continuation of the theme of last week’s article, I chose to…

Kong Gone Wrong: Reviewing “Kong: Skull Island”

By Jason Yon Elm Staff Writer Once again, the arrival of the summer movie season is…