Western Courier

‘Persepolis’ director brings sincerity to animation

Sandra Sepaniak

September 14, 2011

Filed under The Edge

Oftentimes by today's standards, animated films are seen as either cutesy little flicks with doe-eyed princesses and talking chipmunks, or vulgar comedies where the plot is centered on drugs and violence. While I can't say th...

Movie quotes stuck in history

Kathryn Brostowitz

September 14, 2011

Filed under The Edge

One gift I've never possessed is the power to memorize movie quotes. We all have those weirdo friends who speak only in movie script, and everything they say is a line from a movie.Unfortunately, many of the most famous lines i...

Late Night Talk Shows provide a little for all

Elana Katz Courier Staff

September 14, 2011

Filed under The Edge

Guide to Late NightAs children, we tend to have a misconception of late night television that it is boring or for the elderly. This misconception may have even carried into young adulthood, but it is time to let go of this theor...

Album review: The Horrible Crowes

Pat Haynes

September 7, 2011

Filed under The Edge

There isn't much hope for rock music these days.The radio is plagued by the likes of Justin Bieber, Maroon 5 and Lil Wayne. However, there is a small collective of musicians who refuse to simply die away as the mainstream world o...

Comedies you can’t miss

Elana Katz

September 7, 2011

Filed under The Edge

Like most students, I love summer and the three months off from class that come with it.If there is one thing I hate about it, it's the lack of good television that leaves a hole in my usual schedule.I am someone who watches far...

Debuts showing promise

Kathryn Brostowitz

September 7, 2011

Filed under The Edge

I don't typically watch television.When I do, it's in the form of a DVD due to the fact that all of my favorite shows are no longer on the air.It's a rare occasion when I look forward to a new television show, since I don't norm...

Don’t miss your favorite shows

Pat Haynes

September 7, 2011

Filed under The Edge

There are a handful of reasons why I enjoy the beginning of fall. Football, hoodie weather and not sweating profusely are just a couple of these reasons.One big reason is the return of prime-time television to cable. Starting...

‘Dragon’ author died too soon

Sandra Sepaniak

September 6, 2011

Filed under The Edge

Murders at every twist and turn, women mysteriously disappearing or being attacked, corporate deceit and blackmail; if this sounds interesting, you might want to consider picking up a copy of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."After y...

‘Fright Night’ disappoints

Kathryn Brostowitz

September 6, 2011

Filed under The Edge

Due to the overwhelming amount of remakes Hollywood has been spewing out the past few years, it was only a matter of time before "Fright Night," the popular 1985 vampire flick starring Chris Sarandon and William Ragsdale, was ...

‘Planet of the Apes’ delivers with plot and CGI

Mark Csernus

September 6, 2011

Filed under The Edge

"The Rise of the Planet of the Apes" is a big budget, CGI-jammed action flick. The plot revolves around developing a cure for Alzheimer's in humans. When tested on apes, it is discovered it heightens their intelligence, yet sho...

The independent student newspaper of Western Illinois University. Serving Macomb since 1905.
The Edge