Female Slashers! Yes, they exist.

By Arturo Sanchez The slasher sub-genre is riddled with classic male killers terrorizing poor victims on the big screen, but for some odd reason everyone tends to forget about the female killers who don’t get the same reputation for terror created. And yes, if you’re new or are quite new with the slasher genre, there […]

How the Esports World is Handling COVID-19

By Lucas Peltier. From the NBA to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the COVID-19 pandemic has put mainstream sports to a standstill.  Stadiums, ballparks and arenas across the globe (which would be crowded around this time with eager spectators) are shut down because of the coronavirus. But aside from all of the doom and gloom the […]

Do Cheaters Really Prosper?

By: Rosa Lilly Melendez Esports, what is it? Well, esports means electronic sports and it is a form of sports competition that involves video games. Esports doesn’t have to include a game with an actual sport in it though, any video game (adventure, first person shooter AKA FPS and of course sports games) can be […]

One Year Post-ESPN Check-In

By Tawny Cox It’s been a year and some change since the UFC signed a lucrative five year 1.5 billion dollar contract with ESPN. The first event was held on January 19, 2019, at the Barclay’s Center in New York. UFC Fight Night 143 became ESPN+ 1 and thus the new partnership began. There have […]

COVID-19 And Its Impact On Coachella Music Festival

COVID-19, a disease that is caused by the novel SARS-CoV-19, has significantly affected the world. The disease whose first cases were reported in a Chinese city called Wuhan in December 2019 with scientists postulating that it originated from pangolins and bats and spilled to humans, has since spread to different parts of the world. The […]

Not Just Another Face

By: Kelsey Olsen *Disclaimer- the names have been changed to protect those that came forward to tell their stories* The earliest memory I have is being four years old and watching my big sister do cartwheels around my twin sister and I, in our living room of our comfortable Seattle home. My mom was yelling […]

The Fly: A Good Horror Remake

By: Nick Vita When it comes to horror film remakes, they usually aren’t that good. Just going on google and typing in “horror film remakes” will bring up a list of a bunch of different movies that have tried to recreate the magic of the original. Somehow, they always seem to fail. Clicking on the […]

Roddy Richh: From Street Life to Star Life

By David Becerra If you’re a fan of any type of music, you’re probably well aware and have seen many artists in the music industry come and go. Some are able to make great careers for themselves and last for what seems forever. On the other hand there are some artists that instantly climb to […]

What Is Carnage

by Nestor Sanchez With the COVID-19 pandemic, many different industries are being put on hold. One of the industries it has had a definite impact on is  comic book movies. In 2020 so far, the only movie that was released in theaters was DC’s Birds of Prey. New Mutants and Black Widow all of which […]

Letter to My Father

By: Parshae Robateau Here I am having the time of my life at yet another quarantine party in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. I’m calling friends and relatives to check in on them, hoping I could bring them a bit of happiness and positive light. The night was going great– but of course all […]