Category: Entertainment

A Cynic’s Movie Review: 47 Meters Down

  By Sydney Pearson As a self-proclaimed realist/cynic, I enjoy criticizing everything pop culture holds dear. Although I try to go into books and movies with an open mind, I just couldn’t while watching 47 Meters Down. The trailer itself looked...

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Review: Blade Runner 2049

by Charlotte Leane Set 30 years after the cult sci-fi classic film Blade Runner, a sequel, Blade Runner 2049, revisits the wildly original, imaginative dystopian world which in 1982 quietly took the world by storm. Although (in the humble opinion...

The Dickens Fair

Christmas, 1851. London. Emerging from the fog, a woman in a green satin gown ducks into the doorway of a shop. Pausing among the holly-bedecked shelves, she pulls out her iPhone. “Siri, where is Pickwick Place?” Welcome to the Dickens...

Enter the Tissue Ninja

It’s cold season, and intrepid ninja Anne Overton must once again don her ninja gear to embark on a quest across the classroom. This stunningly profound short film makes us ask such questions as: Why are we here? What is...

Monthly Music Reviews: Night Sweats and 1989

Beginning with this article, The Blazer will publish a monthly music review covering new indie and alternative music. September and August have been big months for the genres, with a hot release from an up-and-coming artist, and a new album...