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10 Cloverfield Lane: Movie Review

IN THE March 14 ISSUE

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by Jessica Ham



Don’t miss our video review of the movie 10 Cloverfield Lane and get a coupon for Dinuba Platinum Theatres.

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Forever TV Review

IN THE October 11 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato



Immortality has been a dream shared by many, and realized by no one. Well, almost no one. Tales throughout history whisper of ways to cheat death, but often, those rumored to live forever don’t want to. Such is the case of Henry Morgan, the protagonist of ABC and creator Matt Miller’s new venture: Forever.

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Resurection: TV Review

IN THE May 3 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato




Although people differ in their beliefs on what happens after we die, there’s a common thread that unites quite a few lines of thinking: resurrection. The idea of people coming back from the grave has persisted for centuries, but what if it happened in this day and age? That’s the question Aaron Zellman and ABC are trying to answer with a new series for the spring premiere season, Resurrection.

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Star-Crossed: TV Review

IN THE April 5 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato



All in all, Star-Crossed is a valiant effort on The CW’s part to give its viewers something good to watch while Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, and The Originals draw to a close for the season; however, it remains to be seen whether this series will make it past Season 1. If love stories between human women and non-human males is your thing, then definitely check it out!

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by Barbara Eliasson



I feel like a fool, but wherever I go now, I glance over my shoulder and check: Is anyone–or anything–following me? It’s irrational, I know, but the whole thing was irrational. And what I find hardest is that I can’t decide whether I imagined it all…but then my body remembers and chills, my chest tightens, and once again, panicked, I’m struggling for breath–and I know I imagined nothing.

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by Terrance Mc Arthur



Cass Jones is a British police detective and he has dealt with the otherworldly Mr. Bright’s economy-controlling associates in the past. Now, he must deal with disasters on an international terrorism scale– and something unusual.

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by Lauryn Crum



School is starting and what better way to prepare than by reading about the end of the world, as you know it? The “Collapse” series by Summer Lane will have you rooting, crying, gasping, laughing and needing to know what happens next. Although I know you won’t pick it up just because I’ve told you to, here are some reasons to read the series!

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Elysium: Movie Review

IN THE August 26 ISSUE

FROM THE 2013 Articles,
andFantasy & Fangs,
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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Elysium takes place in a future where we have pretty much destroyed Earth and the rich have moved to a space station called Elysium above the planet where they have recreated their perfect lives with fancy homes and pretty much a replication of the world they once knew. They also have the technology to heal any injury or disease so they live long, happy lives.

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by Larry Ham



What do you get when you combine a completely ridiculous script idea, incompetent actors, and a director who would rather wear his girlfriend’s clothes than his own? Well, you get Plan Nine From Outer Space.

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Skyline: Movie Review

IN THE December 4 ISSUE

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by Allison Mackie



If you’re looking for an interesting, yet far-fetched movie to watch, Skyline might be the one for you. I’ve never been one for science fiction, and this movie did nothing to change my feelings about that. However, if you like Sci-Fi this may be for you.

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