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‘Kill the Messenger’: A fantastic, slow-burning political thriller

'Kill the Messenger': A fantastic, slow-burning political thriller

Mike Horky

September 28, 2014

Political thrillers have been something of a staple in Hollywood. From “All The President’s Men”, to “The Insider”, and “Shattered Glass”, they take scandals or true events in politics and make them exciting for the viewers. That’s exactly what Michael Cuesta’s new film “Kill The M...

Picture-perfect partnership: DePaul film students, pros connect at Cinespace Chicago

Picture-perfect partnership: DePaul film students, pros connect at Cinespace Chicago

Eric Domingo

September 21, 2014

DePaul students sometimes forget that some programs once took place in small buildings and used outdated equipment. The DePaul School of Cinema in the College of Computing and Digital Media started in a 20-foot-15-inch room in SAC (room 266), and students produced their work with half-inch VHS ...

Head for the hills: Latest ‘Godzilla’ reviewed

Bryan Cranston, left, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the most recent film adaptation of

Kyle Tyrrell

May 27, 2014

After seeing the new “Godzilla” film, I feel like someone thinks they pulled a fast one on me, but they didn’t. Naming the movie “Godzilla” was misleading. “Godzilla” isn’t really about monsters; it’s more about the American military complex — and I didn’t appreciate that be...

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