“Need” Versus Want: Charbonneau’s Book Will Have Teens Rethinking Social Media Use

  |  Topic: Books, Culture, Reviews
Joelle Charbonneau's book has teens doing things they may regret all for the sake of "Need."

Imagine a world where all you had to do was type what you need on your social media site and suddenly it appears on your doorstep. Oh, but there’s a catch! In order to have your need fulfilled you have to do something in return. In the case of Joelle Charbonneau’s “Need,” a new social […]

“Papers, Please” Offers Gamers Intrigue, Intellectual Challenge

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Gaming, Reviews

“Approved Stamp – Slightly used. Like new. Denied Stamp – Heavy wear. Still functional,” reads one of the eight Steam Trading Cards for “Papers, Please.” This sentence alone perfectly encompasses the theme and story of the game. “Papers, Please” is a video game available on the Steam content distribution app. The game takes place in […]

The Top 5 Best Quentin Tarantino Films

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Movies, Reviews, VOX Greatest Hits

With the release of his new film, “The Hateful Eight,” it is time to look upon the illustrious career of one of the world’s most beloved and unconventional film directors, Quentin Tarantino. Since the 1990s, Tarantino has taken what most of us think of traditional cinema and flipped it on its head, using his unique […]

“The Force Awakens” Is A Wild Ride Well Worth The Wait!

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Movies, Reviews

“Force Awakens” took me back to that galaxy far, far away, where the films in this series could invoke awe, emotion, imagination, and pure excitement by cleverly blending together what made the original series so memorable with new ideas in the way the film is directed, written, and shot while also adding in some outstanding new characters as well as the old ones we know and love.

Go See “Creed.” Period.

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Movies, Reviews

Blood, sweat, determination, ambition and pain are all encompassed in the fighting spirit that is Adonis Johnson (played brilliantly by Michael B. Jordan), the long lost son of the legendary boxing champion Apollo Creed and the title character of the new film “Creed.” Having never met his legendary father, however, Adonis shares the same passion […]