As the fifth film in the series, it's safe to say that this franchise should quit before it's too late.
Does this series reach the heights of Olympus? Or does it fall into the depths of Hades?
Does Alien: Covenant breath new life to one of the greatest movie monsters of all time in the Xenomorph, or is it simply another in a long line of disappointments?
Coleton takes a look at Marvel’s latest entry with “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” for his 30th and final review for the Campus Citizen.
The Fate of the Last Jedi - Rangorak with Coleton and Stephen.
The film adaptation of Lion tells the true story of Saroo Brierley and his long, complicated journey home from Australia to India.
Local Indianapolis band, Sarah Grain & the Billions of Stars, performed last Saturday at Record Store Day. Lead singer Sarah Grain kindly gave us some input on the band’s chemistry.
Not even Tom Hanks can help shape “The Circle” into a good movie.
With a comedy career that spans nearly three decades, Lewis Black is bringing his unique brand of comedy to the Old National Center on April 29.
Indy jazz musician Charlie Ballantine is gearing up to perform a Record Store Day set at Fountain Square's Square Cat Vinyl, as well as pick up some exclusives.
Special Guest Josie, who will be the new Campus Editor for The Campus Citizen.
David takes you into the life of two of the members of the Stringer Combo. Find The Stringer Combo on Facebook!
Check out our review to find out if Vin Diesel is still bald. Spoiler alert: he is.
More naughtical nonsense with Coleton and Stephen in their movie podcast!
The customer is not always right.
In this next Installment of Tuning In, David compares and analyzes about the soundtracks of Disney's famous Beauty And The Beast.
Shared post with IndianapolisMonthly.com: The former front man for Margot & the Nuclear So And So’s—one of the most successful bands to come out of Indy in the 2000s—releases his first solo album this week. The album confronts the disease, lost love, and growing up Edwards has experienced since the group broke up.
Shared Post with Indianapolis Monthly: Ahead of its March 31 Jazz Kitchen gig, a guitarist and songwriter for the soul-meets-pop septet talks Chicago, Quincy Jones, and Black Lives Matter.
Did you want another King Kong reboot? No? Well you’re getting one anyway. Check out our review.
Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band returns with all the flash, grit, and truth that can only be found in a handmade cigar box guitar.
Logan gives Hugh Jackman a perfect final outing as The Wolverine in this violent yet sincere superhero film.
The Campus Citizen reviews the Lafayette stop for Randy and Mr. Lahey's No Pants Unpissed Tour.
Alternative rock is known for being introspective, heavy in metaphor, and quirky. The breakout Los Angeles-based group Bad Suns fits that model to a T.
The Oscars are less than 10 days away, and the Campus Citizen has compiled a list of predictions for this year’s award show.
“Night School” will be screened on Monday, February 20th at 7:00 PM at the Schrott Center for the Arts at Butler University. Producer Zachary Sheilds spoke with The Campus Citizen about the film and it's importance in today's society.
Does “The Lego Batman Movie” stand triumphantly on the shoulders of every other Batman film, or is it another letdown from DC Comics?
John Wick’s got a wick to pick in John Wick: Chapter 2.
Do Spider-Man and Kylo Ren find Oskar Schindler in feudal Japan in Martin Scorsese's "Silence"?
Director Peter Berg started out in a rough spot with some of his first films not being well-received, including 2012’s “Battleship” and 2008’s “Hancock.” However, he’s finally found his footing in directing biopics about recent events when he directed 2013’s “Lone Survivor.” With his release of 2016’s “Deepwater Horizon,” he is starting to become one of the finest directors working today. His latest release, “Patriots Day,” just further shows the amount of talent he has.
Does this McDonald’s biopic starring Michael Keaton deliver the goods, or did it get the order entirely wrong?